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Remediation

Question: Bolter, Jay David and Richard Grusin talk about many examples of remediation and quotes from Marshall McLuhan, “the ‘content’ of any medium is always another medium. The content of writing is speech, just as the written word is the content of print, and print … Continue reading

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Remixing Questions

1. How do we judge the similarity between two works? In the video, we look at different kinds of works, like music, movies and technologies. But it is obvious that the similarity of two music is different from that of … Continue reading

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Barry Hampe’s Video Advice

1. Realize that whet you see is not what you shoot. You need to have a clear mind of what to present and captures it with the camera (50 – 51). However, these ideas should be expressible in videos or not too … Continue reading

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Sound Analysis

McKee provides a framework for sound analysis: vocal delivery, sound effect, music and silence. McKee also talks about the modal relation, but the three pieces are merely audio, so we only focus on the four aspects of the audio. In Own … Continue reading

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Graffiti Project Sketch

This is the background I will use. My graffito title will be “save arts”, to call attention to arts vandalism problem. My idea would be making the lady talk as in a comic “save me”. And draw a doctor to … Continue reading

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Graffiti activity and Architecture

The original picture was taken outside the Kranner art museum. We imagine that the green stain like the melting of the statue. The big statue is like an unknown species and the small statue is like the kid cuddling the big … Continue reading

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Graffiti

Q1: As a student from natural science and engineering discipline, I feel that the Drucker, the author of “Language in the Landscape.”, makes many claims that are exaggerated. For example, the author states that “FIRE PROOF” reminds people that the management of the … Continue reading

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