Assignment 2: Alanna’s Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 2 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following:

  1. Your code (which should be formatted in ‘Preformatted’ paragraph font, or similar).
    1. Ensure that your code has adequate comments.
    2. Include all code so that we can test executing it.
  2. A screenshot of the work.
  3. A 150 word statement explaining your aesthetic exploration.

Assignment 2: Mat’s Thur Aft Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 2 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following:

  1. Your code (which should be formatted in ‘Preformatted’ paragraph font, or similar).
    1. Ensure that your code has adequate comments.
    2. Include all code so that we can test executing it.
  2. A screenshot of the work.
  3. A 150 word statement explaining your aesthetic exploration.

Assignment 2: Mat’s Thur Morn Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 2 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following:

  1. Your code (which should be formatted in ‘Preformatted’ paragraph font, or similar).
    1. Ensure that your code has adequate comments.
    2. Include all code so that we can test executing it.
  2. A screenshot of the work.
  3. A 150 word statement explaining your aesthetic exploration.

Assignment 2: Etienne’s Thur Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 2 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following:

  1. Your code (which should be formatted in ‘Preformatted’ paragraph font, or similar).
    1. Ensure that your code has adequate comments.
    2. Include all code so that we can test executing it.
  2. A screenshot of the work.
  3. A 150 word statement explaining your aesthetic exploration.

Assignment 2: Etienne’s Wed Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 2 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following:

  1. Your code (which should be formatted in ‘Preformatted’ paragraph font, or similar).
    1. Ensure that your code has adequate comments.
    2. Include all code so that we can test executing it.
  2. A screenshot of the work.
  3. A 150 word statement explaining your aesthetic exploration.

Assignment 1: Alanna’s Thur Afternoon Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 1 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following (in about 400 words):

  1. One or more original works / designs that you used as your starting point
  2. The instructions (not included in the 400 words)
  3. Quality photographic documentation of 3 ‘executions’ of your instructions by 3 different people (in class or outside of class)
  4. An analysis of your process, including:
    1. articulating the form/idea that you were abstracting,
    2. how you think that form might be changed / affected by being translated into instructions,
    3. how you think that the form might be changed / affected by the physical medium (paper / glue / pen etc.) the executions are targeted towards,
    4. the identification of what worked and why, and what failed and why.

Assignment 1: Mat’s Thur Afternoon Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 1 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following (in about 400 words):

  1. One or more original works / designs that you used as your starting point
  2. The instructions (not included in the 400 words)
  3. Quality photographic documentation of 3 ‘executions’ of your instructions by 3 different people (in class or outside of class)
  4. An analysis of your process, including:
    1. articulating the form/idea that you were abstracting,
    2. how you think that form might be changed / affected by being translated into instructions,
    3. how you think that the form might be changed / affected by the physical medium (paper / glue / pen etc.) the executions are targeted towards,
    4. the identification of what worked and why, and what failed and why.

Assignment 1: Mat’s Thur Morning Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 1 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following (in about 400 words):

  1. One or more original works / designs that you used as your starting point
  2. The instructions (not included in the 400 words)
  3. Quality photographic documentation of 3 ‘executions’ of your instructions by 3 different people (in class or outside of class)
  4. An analysis of your process, including:
    1. articulating the form/idea that you were abstracting,
    2. how you think that form might be changed / affected by being translated into instructions,
    3. how you think that the form might be changed / affected by the physical medium (paper / glue / pen etc.) the executions are targeted towards,
    4. the identification of what worked and why, and what failed and why.

Assignment 1: Etienne’s Thur Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 1 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following (in about 400 words):

  1. One or more original works / designs that you used as your starting point
  2. The instructions (not included in the 400 words)
  3. Quality photographic documentation of 3 ‘executions’ of your instructions by 3 different people (in class or outside of class)
  4. An analysis of your process, including:
    1. articulating the form/idea that you were abstracting,
    2. how you think that form might be changed / affected by being translated into instructions,
    3. how you think that the form might be changed / affected by the physical medium (paper / glue / pen etc.) the executions are targeted towards,
    4. the identification of what worked and why, and what failed and why.

Assignment 1: Etienne’s Wed Class

Please submit a link to your Assignment 1 blog entry in the comments below.

Check that your blog entry contains the following (in about 400 words):

  1. One or more original works / designs that you used as your starting point
  2. The instructions (not included in the 400 words)
  3. Quality photographic documentation of 3 ‘executions’ of your instructions by 3 different people (in class or outside of class)
  4. An analysis of your process, including:
    1. articulating the form/idea that you were abstracting,
    2. how you think that form might be changed / affected by being translated into instructions,
    3. how you think that the form might be changed / affected by the physical medium (paper / glue / pen etc.) the executions are targeted towards,
    4. the identification of what worked and why, and what failed and why.