Professor: Perry Kulper
This representation exercise explores world making by using kitbashing to establish complex relationships through found material, work on scalar functions, move between the graphic and material, and to establish a sense of indeterminacy through construction logics.
My scene, inspired by Mark Foster Gage, represents dependence on media. Held up by an iPhone, there are minarets created by digital content through kitbashing. The animals represent the current dependence on forms of entertainment being worshiped as media minarets. Behind the animals are creatures preying upon the distracted population representing malicious actions that occur due to lack of knowledge due to the focus being media. As an ode to surrealism, hints of Magritte and M.C. Escher can be found before reaching the background, which illustrates a glitch and the battle of realities.