Having had a concept of my MFA project since the first semester of the program and experimented with it some this past school year, I entered the summer feeling a need for space from it. A breath, to return to it with who I have become as well as who of myself I might rediscover coming […]Read More Field Review
In approaching our final project, I found myself with what seemed like a straightforward idea for interactive performance wherein folks with flashlights could shine their lights towards a sheet with a projection of a night sky and make stars appear. This idea came from a lab during humane tech week with Norah Zuñiga Shaw’s Interdisciplinary […]Read More Stars end of semester reflection on learning MAX MSP/Jitter
an interstitial home for the unknown or less seen or too seen parts of ourselvesRead More public&private/boundaries&openings/darkness&light
Every few hours, or minutes, depending, I am reminded that for all the experiences I come into this program with, in so many ways I am a novice.
I have to remind myself that it is the best way that I can be right now, surrounded by people who have thought things I’ve never thought, accomplished things I’ve never even tried, and developed strategies for navigating a world I’m just now entering. It means that I have places to go and things to do that I haven’t realized exist…