One-a-day Challenge to Create Generative Art with Processing

Over the holiday break, I was introduced to a new form of digital making called generative art. Also referred to as algorithmic art or computer art, this type of work produces visual art in a digital format through a programming language called Processing and can be interactive, animated, or static. Generative art is a practice where the artist…

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A Catalyst for Change: An Examination of Citizen-driven Placemaking (CDP)

This project explores the phenomenon of placemaking and how a design systems approach can enable community members to participate in this process.

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Mapping Moments with Design Inquiry: An exhibition of experimental mapping opens January 10

About the Show Maps are representations of a place in time. They are often subjective of the cartographer. In many ways, mapping is a format for discovery and documentation. My work attempts to explore the relationships between the map, the process of mapping, and the cartographer. This show maps points of intersections of the small…

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Gallery Exhibition, There isn’t much we can do, review

The MFA gallery reception on Thursday, April 19 featured work from artist Cat Normoyle whose work resembles techniques similar to Jenny Holzer, Barbara Cruzer, and Candy Chang.

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