IxD and Assistive Technology

Month: April 2010

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 06

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 06

As I’ve often a tendency to do, I tried to be overly clever with my (very) short essay on interaction this week. Basing my paper on Robert Morris’ Plywood Show (1964), I had to express in just 300 words why I thought his work was […]

Digital Studio – Week 06

Digital Studio – Week 06

I think my girlfriend secretly hates me. She’s currently head-down in books, doing her final/postgrad/super-diploma/masters/accreditation/thing to be a psychologist. Meanwhile, I’m playing with toys. Literally. And this is what I get to pass off as my final year of study. I’m so glad I didn’t […]

Digital Studio – Week 05

Digital Studio – Week 05

I finally made it along to the Olafur Eliasson exhibit at Sydney’s MCA this week. If you haven’t… well, it’s probably finished by the time you read this. It was good. Actually, it was pretty great, but tempered by the fact that everyone had been […]

Gentleforce – Sacred Spaces

Gentleforce – Sacred Spaces

Just a brief bit of news/promo for fellow angryPixellier, Gentleforce… Eli’s debut album gets its official release today, through independent Sydney label, Feral Media. I’ve had the pleasure of hearing most of it already, but now it’s had the mastering treatment, the subtle sounds really […]

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 04

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 04

Just a brief post, this one. Something like a ‘statement of intention’. For this subject, we need to select a work that we consider fits with the topic we’ve been asked to research. For myself, this is interactivity. I spend a lot of my time […]