Subject (Final subject work presented in formative assessment)
Final Piece 1:
‘Your love is fading’ video series
Final piece 2:
Key supporting subject works presented in formative assessment:
Final field piece, project group:
Final Field Piece, Alternative:
Field Supporting Work:
The feedback for my assessment went very well. One of the points that was brought up was how my work could look like an online game. This point stuck with me so I decided that I am going to try to work on some pixel art, hopefully creating a pixalised version of my website.
Here is a video of what it looks like to go through the site.
I have finished the website. I used tumblr as it was the easiest and cheapest way to make the website. The URL is the title of the piece. The website works via clicking on the page and being taken to the next picture in order to make it fully interactive. I continued with the theme of the colour red, as well as the images of the city and the text. Here is what the website looks like in full screen:
The text was chosen as it reflects the feelings of intimacy as well as claustrophobia felt whilst living in a city. The theme I used for the site can be located here: http://quitebig.tumblr.com/. I had some trouble with themes as many of them would not enable click-through links. I am very happy with the outcome of this project. My next step is to film myself using a screencapturer going through the site, as I like the meta aspect.
Here are the 3 final videos:
Here are the 3 videos together:
Although as a group we were unable to finish the project and put it all together, here is the video portion of the work.
This is the second final piece I have created. The colours are a visual representation of the passage of time. The shapes represent the peaches, the blue and white being the shape of the peach, the black being the censor bar and the yellow to show the nectar. The abstract look of the painting reflects the glitch work I have been creating prior to this. The text is a homage to Cy Twombly’s use of text in art as well as using the ‘Your love is fading’ phrase, tying the work together.
Here are some close ups of the work: