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Final Reflection: Angela Basinger

My final reflection includes a collection of three reviews from the Oral History blog post for DTC 201. The first student interview I listened to was Melissa Urueta’s. In this oral history, she interviews a friend’s older brother about technological … Continue reading

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Oral History: Angela Basinger

For my oral history project, I interviewed my grandmother Donita Basinger, a retired nurse and medical case worker. I was lucky enough to have a very articulate and open interview subject. Over the course of the interview, we covered not … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Angela Basinger

I read chapter 9, Precision Medicine, from Kelly and Zach Weinersmith’s Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything. This chapter discussed recent developments in the medical field pertaining to the ways in which modern medicine has rapidly improved … Continue reading

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Comics: Angela Basinger

The comic I created in illustrator is intended for a print medium, as it was designed for an 8.5×11 page and has no elements that are exclusively digital. My comic was based on a drawing I scanned into the computer, … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Angela Basinger

Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics, defines comics loosely as an adaptive genre and medium. McCloud brings many conventions of traditional and modern comics to the forefront in his book, yet he acknowledges that comics cannot be confined to these styles as the … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Angela Basinger

This collage is my first work created in Adobe Photoshop. Though challenging at times, it was certainly a relief when it finally came together. I titled my collage “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Followers”, a parody of the United … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Angela Basinger

Eugenia Loli worked as a computer programmer and technical journalist before she left the field to pursue art. Her collages combine cutouts from science fiction books and vintage magazines. The artist leaves her collages to the viewer’s interpretation but attempts … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Angela Basinger

The technological artifact I selected, my Polaroid One Step, not only characterizes myself as a part of the vintage obsessed “hipster” culture I find myself immersed in as part of Generation Z, but also connects to my identity as an … Continue reading

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