Final: The Quantum Carnival

(Images from pixabay.com, photo manipulation by me) The Great Heisenberg’s Quantum Carnival I don’t know if it’s always been there. I’ve always remembered the red and white tents on boardwalk every summer, pennants waving with the sea breeze.  But when I mentioned it to people, I get mixed responses. That it used to be there,…

Week Four: The Postcards

Postcards: Karen Arnold @ publicdomainpictures.net   I had purchased this old antique jewelry box I purchased for practically pennies at a rummage sale. One of those rosewood ones with red velvet lining and shell floral inlays this wasn’t some mass produced one you’ll find in Chinese flea markets, or at least from my investigations it…

Week Three: Leaving Earth– The Pale Blue Dot

Here is my audio narrative. Chopped from pieces of the Apollo 11 Launch that landed us on the moon, Carl Sagan’s Cosmos and Pale Blue Dot, some recordings from Voyager’s Golden Record (Then UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim and a young American child), sounds of Earth from Space, and the audio from 2015′s N7 Day video hyping Mass Effect: Andromeda with…

Week Two: Her Long Black Hair / Pandora’s Box

So I first experienced this in Sharon’s Video and Sound class back in the start of my time here at ITP. I also had the luxury of it being a warm September day and not a freezing day in February. So I opted to throw it on and listen while I made dinner. More or…

Week One: American Folk Art Museum / Day Journal

Due to scheduling conflicts and the fact I can’t take the scanner off the floor, I had to do it a little backwards, I made first then saw the museum. At any case, it is indeed very small, which is a little misleading since it’s in this huge building. This is not usually my scene,…