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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Brandon Bliesner

I chose to read the chapter titled Augmented Reality in which the author talks about what augmented reality is, which basically boils down to being able to have things in your own reality that shouldn’t actually be there. These things … Continue reading

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Blog Post Art Museum Jan Rac

Going to the Art museum was super interesting a lot of different form of arts in a different types of medium we saw videos, sculptures, and art work. I think that all the different medium and arts have a message … Continue reading

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Ward-Blog Post 7

      The work I chose to evaluate from the WSU museum was the art titled, “I Beseech You” by Carrie Mae Weems. The work was published in 1996 but the photograph Weems used was originally from a French … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Rumnik Cheema

The piece I ended up choosing was the Tong Zhi/Comrade : Out of Asia America. There was many different reasons I went with this piece, one of the most prominent is related to the modern society issue in the Asian … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Mikaela Thomas

The art from the museum I have chosen is called “I Beseech You” by Carrie Mae Weems in 1996. The photograph is in black and white and appears to be very dated as it was actually taken by a 19th … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit – Hannah Talarico

 When we visited the Art Museum on Washington State University’s campus, I felt that this particular graphic was the one that reached out to me, and related to me the most. The photo on the far left explains the man’s … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Callie McCluskey

I choose the work And Babies by the Art Workers Coalition to analyze the text and image relationship. The poster was created as an anti-vietnam war protesting 1969. It approapriates combat photographer Ronald L. Haeberle’s photo documenting the My Lai Massacre. The … Continue reading

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Art Museum Visit: Julia Midkiff

When viewing the artwork at the museum, Carrie Weems’ piece “I Beseech You” immediately caught my eye as it was different from the bolder and more graphic pieces surrounding it. A sharp let light font faintly overlays a 19th century … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Tori Bredy

In the book, “Soonish,” written by Kelly and Zach Weinersmith, I chose to focus on the second section and the chapter on Augmented Reality (also referred to as AR). When browsing through the different sections and chapters, I was really … 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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