An archive of visual dialogue.

Designologue

Theme
Reflect
Initiator
stephopreston
Conspirator
enikolaeva
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stephopreston

reflect1

10 years ago, October 8, 2009
enikolaeva

#2

10 years ago, October 8, 2009
stephopreston

reflect2

10 years ago, October 8, 2009
enikolaeva

elena’s turn 2

10 years ago, October 8, 2009
stephopreston

I chose to add this interesting green/robotic face because it has a lot of visually appealing lights, shadows and reflective qualities to it. i am focusing on objects that reflect light, shadow, etc. my co-conspirator elena seems to be focusing on health related issues. (bacteria, cells) i chose to add my refelective face to her faceless figure. i contrasted to the whole image to be green to tie into the figure who appears to be sitting on a hospital bed. for me, green is associated with sickness. i’m interested to see what others will think of the head added with the sick patient.

10 years ago, October 13, 2009
enikolaeva

The face in Stephanie’s design reminded me of cyborgs and/or artificial intelligence beings. I chose to add an image that includes cables and other metal parts. I wanted it to relate to the technological theme of the face.

I added the text, because it expands on the concept of information technology and artificial intelligence.

10 years ago, October 13, 2009
stephopreston

elena chose to turn to electronics. i still am focusing on reflection. one of the first elements that i think of when it comes to reflection is water. from what i hear in the news, soon our water supply will run out. true or not, that’s a scary thought to reflect on. so i ask the question.. who needs electronics (like ipods, laptops, etc) when we are running out of a vital source of life?

10 years ago, October 13, 2009
enikolaeva

stephanie talked about the loss of water on this planet. I think it is mainly caused by pollution and how wasteful we are.

I chose the sink image with the bubbles running down the drain, to show the wasteful and polluting habits we have developed.

10 years ago, October 13, 2009