Foundation/Journal Week 3

September 8 Gallery Piece

This piece is by artist Adam Patch. It is titled Two Chips and ran for one minute and thirty eight seconds.

I like the comedic aspects of the animation. I think the simplicity works well for the story. However, I did not see the need for the artist to take it in such a dark direction by one of the chips killing the other.

September 9 Gallery Piece

This artwork was done by Constantinos Chaidalis. Its name is Sophomore and it ran for forty two seconds.

This work is very weird. the faces coming apart and showing emptiness inside is very creepy. Honestly, I did not understand the message that the artist is trying to convey to the viewers. To me, this image cam from the darker places in Chaidalis’s mind.

September 10 Gallery Piece

The animation displayed was created by Kate Jessop. It is called On Miles Platting Station and ran for two minutes and thirty five seconds.

I think it was a nice choice to add the moving flowers and train to the static background. It was interesting how she both created and took down buildings within a single moment in the animation. I also thought that her rendition of the activity at a train station only through little moving pixels was creative.

September 11 Gallery Piece

This piece is by Alastair Cook. It is called Ocean and ran for three minutes and nine seconds.

This artist brings a sense of mystery to the poem with how he portrays people vaguely and without specific detail. The blurred-out details leave the actual form of the people and some of the images open to interpretation, so two people could be seeing different things while watching this film.

September 12 Gallery Piece

This video is by artist Ellie Irons. It is titled Phytoplastic and ran for three minutes and thirty nine seconds.

Ot was interesting how she created the images simply by moving the container that the objects were in. Due to the objects being in water, the way in which they were moved was almost uncontrollable, unlike most artwork which is more controlled. This piece has a very abstract feel from all of the differently proportioned shapes, as well.

An Artist who Influences Me: Sylvia Ji

Sylvia influences me with her capture of subtle shading. to me it looks very realistic, and realistic shading when drawing people is something I aspire to do successfully. I like seeing her use of vibrant color and the Dios los Muertos face designs. The lines she uses in her work all seem very precise to my eyes and create a smooth image. Even the spaces around the figures she is portraying in her images are filled with color, creating  enjoyably high contrast.

Time Management

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