You are asked to create and present an artwork or performance in public exhibition. Your project should explore a creative use of technology, be it digital, mechanical, biological or not yet invented. It should be a response to work and ideas which you have encountered during the module either in the presentation sessions, on the field trip, or in your own research. Continue reading “DAT501 – t3X: 3D Interactive Twitter Visualisation”
Artists often start work without a clear idea of where they are going to end up. They react to what they have already made to expand their work, and they continue until it is finished. This methodology has a focus on the process.
The opposite, where you define where you want to be and then figure out how to get there, has a focus on the goal. This approach is more common in engineering. Continue reading “DAT501 – Creative Strategies: Process”
Creative Strategies: Manifesto
A manifesto is a statement of intent that defines the beliefs and aspirations of an individual or a group. Some of them spend more time defining what the author rejects than what they accept, as if to break free from an established order – the Futurist Manifesto is the original example. Continue reading “DAT501 – Creative Strategies: Personal Manifesto”