[Readymades] MEMORI

MEMOIR from AVA I-WEN HUANG on Vimeo. We’re overwhelmed by the large amount of information nowadays and there’s no way to process it. This product is actually the realization of my dream machine. A magic machine that helps me to remember

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[Readymades] MEMORI

MEMOIR from AVA I-WEN HUANG on Vimeo. We’re overwhelmed by the large amount of information nowadays and there’s no way to process it. This product is actually the realization of my dream machine. A magic machine that helps me to remember

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Betsy Blue

Betsy Blue by Ava I-Wen Huang 3:04  120×10′ wide screen A girl’s (Betsy Blue) longing for love becomes a dreamlike urban journey into the night world of New York City. Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock “Rear Window” and Pina Bausch “Vollmond”. A glimpse of modern

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Betsy Blue

Betsy Blue by Ava I-Wen Huang 3:04  120×10′ wide screen A girl’s (Betsy Blue) longing for love becomes a dreamlike urban journey into the night world of New York City. Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock “Rear Window” and Pina Bausch “Vollmond”. A glimpse of modern

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Computational Portraiture: Final

Computational Portraiture: Invisible from AVA I-WEN HUANG on Vimeo. Concept: The story we tried to describe in this piece is about a girl’s dream between the fantasy and the reality world . During the interview we found the different interpretation of “Dream”,

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Computational Portraiture: Final

Computational Portraiture: Invisible from AVA I-WEN HUANG on Vimeo. Concept: The story we tried to describe in this piece is about a girl’s dream between the fantasy and the reality world . During the interview we found the different interpretation of “Dream”,

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[Performing Participation] Final: Breaking the distance

Concept: I want to explore the social distance between people and how the different relationship can change the distance. We keep our distance from each others in different situations for comfort. This social distance is also known as body space

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[Performing Participation] Final: Breaking the distance

Concept: I want to explore the social distance between people and how the different relationship can change the distance. We keep our distance from each others in different situations for comfort. This social distance is also known as body space

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[Performing Participation] Re-enactment

I was inspired by Lygia Clark’s work. She often talks about relationship between people and using different kinds of restrictions and objects in her pieces. Take “Hand Dialog” for example. A elastic band wraps couples together, it could be interpret as the

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[Performing Participation] Re-enactment

I was inspired by Lygia Clark’s work. She often talks about relationship between people and using different kinds of restrictions and objects in her pieces. Take “Hand Dialog” for example. A elastic band wraps couples together, it could be interpret as the

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[Computational Portraiture] Idea for final project

Brief: Create a computational portrait. The portrait must portray a person, in an environment conveying something about them that is not visible to the eye. It must be of a person who is not an ITP or NYU student. Concept: We’re

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[Computational Portraiture] Idea for final project

Brief: Create a computational portrait. The portrait must portray a person, in an environment conveying something about them that is not visible to the eye. It must be of a person who is not an ITP or NYU student. Concept: We’re

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Create Utopia:

Our concept: Our utopia is a place where it’s always caring and protective. Even though the world outside is cruel, the people inside are all being supportive to each other. [Plan A] The Massive Raincoat We were thinking about doing

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Create Utopia:

Our concept: Our utopia is a place where it’s always caring and protective. Even though the world outside is cruel, the people inside are all being supportive to each other. [Plan A] The Massive Raincoat We were thinking about doing

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Response to “The Completeness” by Itamar Moses

Fuch’s questions for The Completeness I. THE WORLD OF THE PLAY: FIRST THINGS FIRST. Space It’s interior and it’s build. The space is quite constrained,  I could picture it with all the equipments and computer screen, even it’s bedroom it’s

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Response to “The Completeness” by Itamar Moses

Fuch’s questions for The Completeness I. THE WORLD OF THE PLAY: FIRST THINGS FIRST. Space It’s interior and it’s build. The space is quite constrained,  I could picture it with all the equipments and computer screen, even it’s bedroom it’s

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Is Art somehow being exclusive?

Sometimes I have these kind of questions in my mind: If I move the Art piece from the museum/gallery/exhibition to the street, laying it in the corner, will its value and the way people perceiving it still remain the same?

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Is Art somehow being exclusive?

Sometimes I have these kind of questions in my mind: If I move the Art piece from the museum/gallery/exhibition to the street, laying it in the corner, will its value and the way people perceiving it still remain the same?

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How the Arts Impact Community

Based on all the readings, I found it interesting how these artists engage the people/viewers in the community by different manners. It’s very important that, as an artist, to provoke some issues such as racism, sexism and violence. The way that

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How the Arts Impact Community

Based on all the readings, I found it interesting how these artists engage the people/viewers in the community by different manners. It’s very important that, as an artist, to provoke some issues such as racism, sexism and violence. The way that

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