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Final Reflection: Emily Bruckner

The first oral history I listened to was Zachary Larson’s. In his interview, Larson interviewed Blake Gurney, who I believe was a young father judging by some of the responses he gave. Larson’s main subject had to do with the … Continue reading

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Oral History: Emily Bruckner

 The process of this interview went very well, I was able to use an audio recorder of decent quality to record my dad and fortunately we set up the interview in an extremely silent space, I therefore, because of the … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Emily Bruckner

I chose chapter 11, which discusses the concept of future brain computer interfacing, as it relates almost directly to the progression of oral history. In this chapter, the writers relate that we all collectively have the sense that we would … Continue reading

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Comics: Emily Bruckner

My comic “Death’s Plight”, I believe fits well into the criteria of a comic. The comic as a whole, is made up of a series of depictions that make up a cohesive story line. While I was trying to decide … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Emily Bruckner

Scott McCloud’s book really helped me to better understand what a comic really is; that it is essentially a sequential narrative of images with or without actual text. In this context, some ancient Egyptian stories carved into stone can be … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Emily Bruckner

The images I chose for my collage were exclusively sourced from NASA’s photo database, the New York Public Library, and Google Images. All of the space related objects, or the planets, background, space shuttle, and the astronauts all came from … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Emily Bruckner

I chose an artist based in Kenya, Sophie Standing as my artist to write about. Standing is a contemporary collage artist who specializes in portraits of animals. She uses a variety of fabrics and threads to create her masterpieces; she … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Emily Bruckner

For my technological artifact I chose my tablet, or more specifically a particular application on my tablet, Artecture. Artecture, and other applications like it, allow for artists and architects to create works of art that can easily be saved and … Continue reading

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