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MAD: Out of Hand_Interactive Art and student photos

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  • 1. Do Now:  Write two questions that you have about the Museum of Arts and Design or the field trip that we’re going on today.
  • 2. Interactive!
  • 3. Iterations  iPhones ( 1 5s)  Teaching styles (???  Writing utensils ( feather and inkpenfluffy penkeyboard)  Science (basic observationsresearch/reasoning methods)  NYC Subway system (C train L train)  Medicine (witchcraft herbs/potionshome remedies  pharmacies)  Computers (room sized computerpocket sized)  Bikes (old school big wheel in front SchwinnSolo citibikes
  • 4. “hands” on art for Out of Hand
  • 5. Ki Light 2011 Multi-media
  • 6. Ki Light 2011 Multi-media
  • 7. Ki Light 2011 Multi-media
  • 8. Ki Light 2011 Frittage de poudre polyamide
  • 9. Ki Light 2011 Frittage de poudre polyamide Then they Become lampshades!
  • 10. Ki Light 2011 Frittage de poudre polyamide Then they Become lampshades!
  • 11. Ki Light 2011 Frittage de poudre polyamide Then they Become lampshades!
  • 12. Difficult to find a quote…cause they’re all in FRENCH!
  • 13. What do you see?
  • 14. Vase #44 2009 Polyamide, microphone, computer, projector
  • 15. Vase #44 2009 Polyamide, microphone, computer, projector Trough a sound-to- volume algorithm, Vase #44 allows the user to determine the shape of a vase with her or his voice. The shaping rules are easy: the louder one speaks, the wider the vase will be. The longer one speaks, the taller it will be. Modulating one’s voice frequency will fold or undulate the form.
  • 16. quote Video??
  • 17. Title Date Director of Souther California University’s Manufacturing Engineering graduate program Director of Southern California University’s Manufacturing Engineering graduate program
  • 18. Portrait Me 2011-13 Mixed Media 3D scanning, digital modeling, 3d printing, laser sintering, hand finishing, photography
  • 19. Portrait Me 2011-13 Mixed Media 3D scanning, digital modeling, 3d printing, laser sintering, hand finishing, photography
  • 20. Portrait Me 2011-13 Mixed Media 3D scanning, digital modeling, 3d printing, laser sintering, hand finishing, photography
  • 21. Student photos from the museum visit….!
  • 22. “Seeing it in person is totally different from seeing it on Kozak’s projector….each piece sets it’s own vibe….” -Jackie Tellooooo “Seeing those details and being able to move around it changes everything.” -Kate Flores DA FLOWER! DA POWER!
  • 23. “The more we are dehumanized by the tyrnny of technology, the more artists are returning to the visceral.” -Richard Dupont
  • 24. “…it’s all here. Now. The present is too fascinating to stop and worry too much about the future. If you look at the present deeply enough, the future will become discernable.” -Ron Arad