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Week Thirteen

In this final week before the end of semester and before the presentations, our group gouged the reaction of people towards the necessity of eating bugs in the future. The range of samples of food we had, despite mostly all … Continue reading

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Week Twelve

This week involved two main things: bringing in some samples for the final food we will present to the class for speculation and giving our project a name which would bring out its core concept. The name for our project … Continue reading

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Week Eleven

At this point in time our group had a few rough and vague ideas of where we wanted to head with our design; including trees that grew meat, designer food and machines that could rapidly print a meal with a … Continue reading

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Week Ten

Reading Loosely based on the novel ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’ by Phillip K. Dick, Bladerunner [1] by director Ridley Scott has been a huge source of speculation and analysis. One of the themes I found most relevant here … Continue reading

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Week Nine

Reading “Although we cannot change reality, we can change people’s perceptions of it.” [1] This quote from Dunne and Raby is a great summation of speculation: it is how we make people feel and importantly think about things. Their project … Continue reading

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Week Eight

This week involved thinking on and developing ideas for my final poster presentation for task two. I looked through my analysed notes and came up with the following themes and ideas that I would like to base my poster on. … Continue reading

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Week Seven

Readings In these readings, Paul discusses the medium of digital art – “Activist projects in the realm of digital art frequently use digital technologies as ‘tactical media’ for interventions that reflect on the very impact of the new technologies on … Continue reading

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