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Oral History: Chandhni Jayakanth

For this assignment, I had chosen to focus on creating a soundscape audio output. The original plan was to solely focus on New York City and the sounds pertaining to that. But after getting to New York City, I realized … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Chandhni Jayakanth

For this assignment, I have decided to work on the Soundscape project instead of the Interview project, to give me a challenging task by working on multiple sounds without a specific transcript, dialogue, or monologue. After the reading, these are … Continue reading

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Comics: Chandhni Jayakanth

  With comparison to the book ‘Understanding Comics’ by Scott McCloud, my comic is definitely a high juxtaposition of pictures and other images in a deliberate sequence. My sequence is that of a usual comic, from top to bottom, left … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Chandhni Jayakanth

For this blogpost, we had to read both a print comic and a digital comic – “Understanding Comics” by Scott McCloud and “Long Term Relationship” by Eroyn Franklin, respectively. Reading both of these made me look at a drastic difference … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Chandhni Jayakanth

The imagery for this assignment used in this collage is to represent the countries I have lived in and the countries I value deeply in my heart because of that reason. The images I have used for this assignment shows … Continue reading

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History of Collage and Photomontage: Chandhni Jayakanth

For this blog post, I decided to focus on ‘The Flying Houses’ series created by Laurent Chehere. Laurent Chehere is a photographer who also works on creating surrealistic images of emotions and feelings he is inspired by. He is from … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Chandhni Jayakanth

I chose the Gameboy Advance SP and it’s cartridge cards as my technological artifact. The influence of this piece of technology in my life is huge since I’ve owned it since the release of the product and still own it … Continue reading

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