Project inspired by Delauney trianulation algorithm. The script uses Delauney Triangulation algorithm and Voronoi diagram to analyze photographs and convert them into triangulated images. Newly created images are then edited in Adobe Photoshop.
Code written in Processing language using open source toxiclibs and mesh libraries.
Memories - Behind Photographs
Today we upload millions of photographs a day, and each time we snap a picture we outsource to it a part of our memory. This project is an examination of memories hidden behind my personal photographs, and how they alter and augment over time.
I created a series of photo collages using images from my Instagram, treating each image as an instance of a memory. I looked behind the purely visual information of the image and, by inserting the actual written memories into the text based data of the photographs, I created more aggregated representations of these memories.
The project was inspired by the self-categorization theory, which focuses on a basic distinction between personal and social identity. It elucidates how self-categorization varies with the social context and argues that self-categorizing is inherently variable, fluid, and context dependent.
Life - collage
A series of collages portraying busy and colorful home interiors full of discordant fabrics and wallpapers and kitschy accessories.
The furniture and food items, taken from magazine photographs, food journals and other printed sources, are in a mix of scale, styles and mediums. They are collaged onto the room renditions; then the whole is photographed.
Project inspired by Laurie Simmons' collage series The Instant Decorator (2001-2004) and food and furniture advertisements from original LIFE magazines.
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#nofilter, or how to find magical in the mundane is a video and photography installation that examines the differences between using filters as an image embellishments and as a function of narrative storytelling.
Unlike memory, photographs are simply a record of an event that has occurred at a certain time in a certain place. Instead of altering the picture after taking it using Instagram's digital filter I looked at reality trough a lens of my camera and a layer of a colorful Plexiglas thus changing the way I see the reality in front of me while taking my picture.
#nofilter, or how to find magical in the mundane is part of my B.F.A thesis at SUNY College at Purchase.
A series of photographs inspired by the works of Cindy Sherman, taken with the 4x5 view camera.