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Final Reflection: Jessica Harja

Jenna Walker: This was a very interesting interview. Learning about how someone started with a typewriter and moving to a computer is pretty interesting. Coming from an art degree myself, writing wasn’t that common unless it was for a different … Continue reading

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Oral History/Soundscape: Jessica Harja

Due to the fact that I did a different project than everyone else, my post and audio will be different than everyone else’s. It took me a while to figure out what I wanted to do exactly. At first, I … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Jessica Harja

In all honesty, it is hard to draw a connection between the chapter I chose from Soonish and notions about oral history from the story corps. The chapter I chose to read was chapter two and it was talking about the ways … Continue reading

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Comics: Jessica Harja

For my project, I wanted to focus on a common project I’ve been working with for a while in my art degree. This project basically has to deal with the meanings of trees in a basic sense of what I’m … Continue reading

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Print versus Digital: Jessica Harja

Honestly, I’m not really sure what the future of comics will be. As it has always been, print remains a very expensive form of work. There are times where it is cost-effective. But if you are an up and coming … Continue reading

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Digital Collage: Jessica Harja

For my project, most of the images i used were from a website called Pixabay. This website described itself as a collective of creators that share their content for freedom of use. I chose these images because they helped to … Continue reading

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History of Collage and Photomontage: Jessica Harja

Out of the readings that we had this week, the artwork Le Cirque by artist Laurent Chehere caught my attention. This piece of artwork is a portrait-oriented collage that features a circus tent floating in the middle of the image frame … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Jessica Harja

For my technological artifact, I chose to go with books as a defining object for my generation, and more realistically myself. In all honesty, I don’t really remember much technology from when I was a kid. Cassettes were on the … Continue reading

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