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Final Reflection: Emmalina Krist

The first audio story that I listened to was one by Jenna Walker, who interviewed her grandmother about her experiences transitioning from writing by hand and using a typewriter to using more modern technology, such as computer keyboards. Her grandmother … Continue reading

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Oral History: Emmalina Krist

For this project, I interviewed my mother, Veronica Krist, who was born in 1968 in Tucson, Arizona. Instead of immediately addressing the theme that I had prepared to discuss, I wanted to begin the interview by providing a brief background … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Emmalina Krist

A chapter of the book, Soonish, that I found interesting focuses on possible future advancements in “Bioprinting,” or the ability to create human organs available for transplant in a lab, as opposed to transplanting them from donors, thus eliminating the need for … Continue reading

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Comics: Emmalina Krist

This project was intended to fit Scott McCloud’s definition of comics as “juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence.” I feel that it accomplishes this goal because the panels and images within are juxtaposed, or placed beside one another in … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Emmalina Krist

  Scott McCloud seemed a bit reluctant to predict definitively where the future of comics would be as a medium, as their definition is fairly broad and their potential great. However, I did read and consider two different forms of … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Emmalina Krist

The imagery used in this collage comes from photos that I have personally taken. I intended to show contrast of the false world, or imagination represented by the painting, and realism, which was represented by the photos. One element I … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Emmalina Krist

Clover Robin is an English artist that uses elements and principles of design to replicate her surroundings while traveling into small collages. On her road trips, Robin presumably does not have access to methods for altering photos digitally, so she … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Emmalina Krist

A technological artifact that I feel would help define me is the Nintendo DS system from my childhood. It was a gift from my mother when I was about seven years old, to replace the Gameboy Advance that I’d owned … Continue reading

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