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Department
TransMedia
Course
TRM 151
Professor
Susannah Sayler
Semester
Fall

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Transmedia 151 Susannah Sayler November 19, 2013 Rebecca Ruige Xu ElectronicArts andAnimation Mfa in Computer graphics from SU Ba in industrial design from Beijing Showcased in China, US, and abroad - Currently teaching animation - graduated 13 years ago - sneak in her student’s work • My work - I am a digital artist - computer graphics started 1970s - continually changing - new changes - “generative art” I set instructions and run my program - I control the rules and timing - I hate “software art” - artisic digitalization, 3D images, etc. • Rain - Aproject I did as a student - code-based • Engraving - memoryinspired byAmerican West - national park landscapes - photoshop images then computer generated • Generating freehand style drawings using SVG House of Herbs • - Childhood memory for China - importance of herb pot, boiling smells - the family unit, cultivation - galley contains the smell, the models and the projections • Out of statistics - images of each state Transmedia 151 Susannah Sayler - profiles of crime statistics–top seven committed crimes - work with a data system - Why present data this way? - concept trumps information - we process so much info we become blind - data isn’t just numbers • Violence - 3 parts 1. interplay of lights and dancer; generated in real- time 2. perfo
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