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Images that denote shared and externalized memory and cognition

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  • m u l t i - ta s k i n g +SKETCHh a i r dy e =this project Binaebi Akah » PROJECT 3.B I590 Spring 2010 Images that denote shared and externalized memory and cognition
  • FINAL CONCEPT Documenting versus Participating We are all busy. So when our roommates want their hair dyed, and we need to complete an assignment, our minds relate the two. This project is an example. Due to the nature of hair dyeing, I split my attention between dyeing Lynn’s hair and operating the camera. I utilized a Gorilla tripod to hang the camera from the shower rod, allowing easy access, but not ease of use. These images represent the difficulty a photographer has when attempting to document an event while also taking part in said event. It’s nigh impossible with a point-and-shoot camera, the typical camera to be used in such occasions. Binaebi Akah » PROJECT 3.B I590 Spring 2010 Images that denote shared and externalized memory and cognition
  • ATTRIBUTIONSPrimaryBinaebi AkahMulti-tasking is the only way to liveas a graduate student.“Phenomenologically Pink”February 21, 2010 @ Bloomington, INLynn DombrowskiPink hair is definitely the way to go. Binaebi Akah » PROJECT 3.B I590 Spring 2010 Images that denote shared and externalized memory and cognition