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Final Reflection: Deyanira Tovar-Moreno

For my final reflection I listened to five different audio stories and reviewed each one. The first person whose audio story i listened to was Emily Burns. Emily interviewed her old house mom whom used to work at a telephone … Continue reading

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Oral History: Deyanira Tovar-Moreno

For my oral history project, I wanted to interview someone from a different generation about a technology in which they are passionate about and would have a lot of information on. Furthermore, I decided to interview a close friend named … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Deyanira Tovar-Moreno

For the reading of the book. Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything, I decided to read the chapter, BIOPRINTING: Why Stop at Seven Margaritas When You Can Just Print a New Liver? I was intrigued by the … Continue reading

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Comics: Deyanira Tovar-Moreno

For my comic project, I wanted to portray an issue which has swept America by storm, which is, homelessness. I wanted to depict the concept of homelessness from the perspective of a homeless person because I wanted my viewers to … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Deyanira Tovar-Moreno

As an art aficionado, I resonated with Scott McCloud’s book, Understanding Comics. More specifically, I resonated with the idea he presented regarding the fact that as soon as our society creates a clear definition of what comics are, we will … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Deyanira Tovar-Moreno

The imagery used in my collage comes from a variety of different sources. My goal when creating my digital collage was to depict the idea of leaving my families’ hometown of Seattle to pursue my dream of relocating to California. … Continue reading

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The Digital Culture SHIFT: Moving From Scale to Power to Achieve Racial Justice

AREA 1: There were various Speakers present at the Netroots Nation 2016 Keynote plenary “The Digital CultureSHIFT: Moving from Scale to Power to Achieve Racial Justice”. Several speakers had differentiating stances on the issue at bay which regarding who was … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Deyanira Tovar-Moreno

Randy Grskovic was an artist from Vancouver who released a set of geometric collages. More specifically, Grskovic released a set of geometric collages in which he would use pieces of photographs as his main feature. The photos used in his … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Deyanira Tovar

The technological artifact I chose for this project is a heart rate tracker. I was born 5 months premature and as a result, suffered life-long heart complications. Because of this, throughout my childhood and adolescence, I would meet periodically with … Continue reading

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