This semester, I had the opportunity to work on a group project for an SJSU exhibition to be featured at the ZERO1 Garage in San Jose. The result was a fun and interesting and collaborative work about USBs and the alternative forms of data exchange in a social and interactive environment. It was a lot of fun showcasing our project to a large and friendly audience on First Friday!
My particular assigned group made a sushi boat-inspired waterway to deliver our USBs. On the night of our opening, we acted as sushi chef and hostesses to the audience as a performance for our piece. It was really silly, and a lot fun.
Two short clips showing our project in action:
It was my first time exhibiting a work in this way, and it was a great experience!
Another project that I worked on in a class over the semester for a gallery was this, titled Mobile Eye View:
It was a collaborative work with other students in my class to photograph showcase their final pieces in a “virtual gallery,” but with an interesting and/or unexpected perspective. The online part of the project can be found here: http://digital-dust.net/photo120/6.html
Welp, it’s kind of hard to believe, but I’ll be graduating with a BFA in Digital Media Art next week! It’s been a crazy and wonderful 5 years of growing, learning, and creating at state. I look forward to continue working on new art, new processes, and new projects as more exciting opportunities come up!