Tuesday, June 9, 2009
This is my final blog before the big presentation in just over an hour. Exciting stuff. I presented my project for project drawing on Monday, above is my original project and I have played around on photo shop to create some fun images from my original project.
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
Their work combines two contemporary phenomena - severe weather and polarized nature of debate.
This is one of their images:-
another electronic artist is 0100101110101101.org
restless european con-artists who go outside the square to create havoc with the largest visibility with minimal effect.
One piece of work is An ordinary building - where an unusal sign appeared overnight causing controversy.
For interesting conversations and discussions.
For funny tricks and pranks
For dance video clips
Where Kiwi's can have a voice about different topics
For the latest news in New Zealand
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
- marketing - images of my work
- having an image of me
- my philosophies on art
- links to web sites or artists that I like
- links to other blogs
- video clips
I like the idea of portraying my images. I will set up a web site (my first one) and put my images on this site.
The link to my new web site is:-
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Today we have been learning about free software. I learnt that free software does not only mean that it is free financially but that it is also free for anyone to access the information and change or alter it as they see fit.
Some software programmes include:- Gimp - similar to photoshop, Open Office - powerpoint etc., Ubuntu - computer operating system, Blender - 3D Animation, Inkscape - graphics.
Here is a video that demonstrates the use of free software:-
Stephen Fry on free software from DragonWeb on Vimeo.
I think the simplicity in which Stephen Fry discusses free software is very down to earth.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Today we learnt about Copyright. I copied a favourite image of Rita Angus and then looked into her copyright. Which read:-
New Zealand Fine Prints Ltd Copyright NoticeThe images of artworks on www.prints.co.nz are made viewable for the sole purpose of promoting and selling the original copyrighted prints/posters from their authorised source.
All suppliers to New Zealand Fine Prints Ltd supply prints/posters on the understanding that we may make artworks viewable in electronic or other means for the purpose of promoting and selling these artworks.
Images, graphics and other information from www.prints.co.nz may not be sold, reproduced or distributed for any other purpose than that given above.
I then listened to Case Study 1 - George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord" song and The Cliffons "He's so Fine" and came to the conclusion that George Harrison maybe had unconsciously copied the Cliffons song. Listen yourself: http://www.benedict.com/Audio/harrison/harrison.aspx
Next for Case Study 2 - I observed Bruce Willis in the movie 12 monkeys and noticed that the chair used in the movie was very similar to the chair that Lebbeus Woods created by pencil in Germany in 1987. Have a look yourself and make a comment as to what you think?
For my Case Study 3 - I watched http://keirdotnet.net/music/KeirSmith_OhSoCriminal.mp4
video clip which was a response to the Australian Governments's new Fair Use act. I think most of his work is copied but in an artistic way which makes the viewer think that maybe everything is copied from some orginal source. What do you think?
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
This is my first blog. I have just began a Bachelor of Visual Arts and I am going to post my art work on my blog page for comments. Have a good day.
Here are 5 images I have uploaded to my digital literacy file. The first image is one of my daughters which I scanned.
Hi this is my display for printmaking - March 2009.
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