Pipilotti Rist

Sleeping Pollen, 2014 Elizabeth Charlotte “Pipilotti” Rist is is a digital media artist who works mostly with video, which is often showcased through a projector or multiple projectors. Rist’s work is often a “psychedelic” or “out of body” experience that is displayed over video, sound effects accompanying, and is often portrayed in a room with […]
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Jason Salavon

Wheel, 2012 Jason Salavon is an artist that focuses on the use of technology in his artwork, and creates his art through software programs that he designs. Salavon was born in 1970 in Indiana but raised in Texas, receiving his bachelors from University of Texas at Austin and receiving his masters in fine arts at […]
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Know Thy Selfie

Since I found the #selfie module to be so interesting, I thought I would do one of the prompts that was in an article we were prompted to read. This is called “Know Thy Selfie” where a person analyzes their 5 different selfies they have taken. Here, I am looking at clothing, pose, facial expression, … Continue reading Know Thy Selfie
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#Selfie

Recently in DGST 101, we have been working on modules, and my group chose to take a further look into the #selfie module. I was interested in this module because I myself have a ton of experience with selfies, but I don’t really know much about them. I think it’s going to be a cool experience … Continue reading #Selfie
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Rashaad Newsome

Rasahaad Newsome was born in New Orleans in 1979, but now lives in New York where he is inspired to create his art. In 2001, the artist got his BFA in Art History at Tulane University. Newsome is a fairly new artist compared to the other artists we’ve looked at so far, with his first solo […]
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