For this piece, I wanted to take a simple clip and bring it to life. I chose to use the scribble effect because I felt it fit with the clip the most. I Wanted it to have a playful feel to it as the brush came down to get the paint. Since the video is on the darker side, I used brighter colors to make it pop. There is some subtle glitching in the beginning and end. I added this to let the viewer know that there is more to come leading up to the animated part. The glitching in the end is more to close the piece. I wanted the glitch to be more subtle so that the viewer has to pay more attention to what might happen.
For this piece, I bleached a flannel shirt. I dripped and rubbed in the bleach to give it a messy look. to connect this piece to the blue windbreaker, “CREATE” is painted in the front, and “DREW” is painted on the other sleeve. I screen printed the back. The print on the back is of a work I made in virtual reality.
This is a windbreaker that I bought from the thrift store. I painted triangles throughout the jacket and added some red patches as well. There are sleeves that are detachable which makes this jacket more flexible to certain needs.
Layered Time Personal
Katie Spensieri is currently a fourth year student at Alfred State College studying graphic design, with an associates in architecture. She has a general diverse knowledge of different kinds of art such as photography, film making mixed mediums with paint, pencil, and pen, digital art, and print making. She often includes geometric shapes to either frame pieces or to add dimensions in a unique way. They can also give the piece a surreal feel to them. In her photography work, she brings out perspectives and colors while still having the photo look as natural as possible.
Layered time Final Project
For my final project I will be up cycling clothes bought from the thrift store. I will have a projection of some video clips and pictures of the clothing of what they looked like before, and after.
The way I will be showing layer time is through the projections, by showing before and after clips.
I will make this piece interactive by either having the projections project through and onto the clothes somehow, or have some people actually wear them while the projection is playing.
For this kinetic typography project, I chose to use a short poem. The concept for this piece was to make it like a story. Having each frame flow into the other. I also wanted the words to actually do and represent what they said. For example, “shoot” literally shoots into the universe. I used a limited color palette but at the same time, wanted it to be colorful and playful, with both cool and arm tones. I also wanted the colors to represent what the poem was saying as well.