Rollins College

Omead Tabrizi

Omead Tabrizi
ART 370 Introduction to Video Art

We experience music every second of our lives. Whether we are listening to our favorite songs, hearing cars drive by on our way to school, or simply silence, we are living in a world surrounded by noise. We hear through our ears yet it’s fascinating how we can create music in our minds; the imagined becomes reality. We can hear every pitch, note, dynamic, and chord; even sounds we have never actually heard. How can our mind produce sound? My work explores this phenomenon. Music that I visualize in my mind becomes reality for everyone to see and hear.

Mississippi State University

Lucia Arellano

Lucia Arellano
ART 3873 Digital Photography
Digital Print 16in x 12in
5 Diptychs- 10 images total

I got the inspiration for this project while walking around campus one day. I was trying to figure out how to start on the assignment and I realized that every time I turned to look at something in nature, I thought of something man made. I wanted to show how, even though the natural world is diminishing because of man, we as humans/designers try to bring nature back by taking inspiration from it and use it to make everyday objects.

Rollins College

Wayne Benitez

Wayne Benitez
ART 370: Introduction to Video Art

I just a thought these critters deserve a little space and a lot less poison. The construction site may help to control urban sprawl by condensing where we live. This video should lead the viewer into thinking about how we are impacting animals by the choices we make as we change the environment.

U of Wisconsin, Green Bay

Jessica Schmidt

Jessica Schmidt
COMM 498 : Independent Study : Digital Compositing and Editing

The song used for the video is taken by an Uruguayan artist, named Guarco who in Spanish sings a song about a monster that is in his head. This monster burns in him and ‘walks the streets of his mind’. His mental state is questioned and it starts to eat away at him causing him negative and uneasy feelings. The artist is unsure if the monster will leave or not, and fears that he will be destroyed if it doesn’t.

Western Michigan University

Xandra Duelge

Xandra Duelge
ART 3470: Digital Photography I
digital prints; 10.5″ x 7″

These photos are a part of an ongoing series to photograph my cat. Years ago I saw a pamphlet at the vet’s office about adoption and there was a blurb about how black cats are difficult to photograph making it harder to show them in a positive light. In my own way I’m trying to help show black cats in a better light to help dispel some of the negative connotations associated with black cats.