[NetBehaviour] Digital Art and Design at Writtle School of Art.
dave.miller.uk at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 13:40:38 CET 2010
some of these links you're posing are brilliant! Thanks for doing this
On 15 February 2010 12:19, marc garrett <marc.garrett at furtherfield.org> wrote:
> Hi Liz & Writtle Students,
> Hi AshleighS,
> A short sequence taken from a full film walking through a 3D environment
> exploring the boundaries between reality and fantasy.
> This is a good start. I might be worth exploring deeper what these
> themes mean to yourself as well finding out what the world outside is
> saying about your theme. Research some of it on the Internet, and other
> sources books etc...
> I like it that you are there typing on the computer, it kind of proposes
> a deconstructive perspective to it all, which is a great idea. It seems
> like you are exploring narrative in your work.
> Here are some examples I have which may help in some way, especially in
> respct of 3D contemporary creativity, not the film 'Avatar', but more
> art stuff, although some of it might be games art or similar, some of it
> Jean Finlay
> Homemaker. Interview with Jean Finlay.
> SwanQuake by igloo
> SwanQuake is a series of interactive 3D virtual environments with
> motion-capture driven characters, using a game controller, the viewer
> navigates freely throughout each of the pieces.
> Ripon by Troy Richards and Knut Hybinette.
> jules et jim by by maya kalogera, Jimpunk and Clement Thomas
> Grafik Dynamo by Kate Armstrong and Michael Tippett
> Views from the ground floor by Jess Loseby
> There are plenty more to mention, but this'll do for now :-)
> wishing you well.
>> I’m studying Digital Art and Design at Writtle School of Art.
>> We have been keeping a blog of our work and would be really appreciate
>> it you could take a moment to have a look and share your thoughts
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