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A Teenie Studio, Final Project (prior: Hill District)

For my final project, I expanded the scope of interest from imagery of the Hill District to the Teenie Harris archive as a whole. Specifically, my focus became Teenie’s studio practice, which included a large set of photos in front

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A Teenie Studio, Final Project (prior: Hill District)

For my final project, I expanded the scope of interest from imagery of the Hill District to the Teenie Harris archive as a whole. Specifically, my focus became Teenie’s studio practice, which included a large set of photos in front

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Teenie Harris Recreations

These are all of the recreations of Teenie Harris photographs of existing structures to date. Within each diptych is first my recreation from his point of view, then the original photograph from over half a century ago. The single images are

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Teenie Harris Recreations

These are all of the recreations of Teenie Harris photographs of existing structures to date. Within each diptych is first my recreation from his point of view, then the original photograph from over half a century ago. The single images are

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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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“Accessible Icon Project” by Sara Hendren and Brian Glenny (2010)

ISO 7001 Dot Pictograms are the stick figure icons that pervade signs of public space. They’re extremely communicative, but one in particular has received a lot of attention recently as being particularly demoting—the universal symbol for accessibility, more commonly known

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“Accessible Icon Project” by Sara Hendren and Brian Glenny (2010)

ISO 7001 Dot Pictograms are the stick figure icons that pervade signs of public space. They’re extremely communicative, but one in particular has received a lot of attention recently as being particularly demoting—the universal symbol for accessibility, more commonly known

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Theater of the Oppressed

Started in the 1980’s by Augusto Boal in Brazil, Theater of the Oppressed is now a worldwide movement that empowers communities to understand and respond to challenging social, economic, and political conditions through the catalyst of theater. The model of

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Theater of the Oppressed

Started in the 1980’s by Augusto Boal in Brazil, Theater of the Oppressed is now a worldwide movement that empowers communities to understand and respond to challenging social, economic, and political conditions through the catalyst of theater. The model of

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“Time Blocks” by Laurie Frick (2014-2015)

  Artist Laurie Frick uses the daily time tracking gathered by Ben Lipkowitz, who had been logging his time since 2005. She downloaded all of his data and combed thru it for patterns and uses wood blocks of different thicknesses and sizes

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“Time Blocks” by Laurie Frick (2014-2015)

  Artist Laurie Frick uses the daily time tracking gathered by Ben Lipkowitz, who had been logging his time since 2005. She downloaded all of his data and combed thru it for patterns and uses wood blocks of different thicknesses and sizes

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The Gangster Gardener of South Central: Ron Finley

In Los Angeles, South Central is infamous for gang violence and poverty. Though no longer as dangerous as its reputation, South Central is still impoverished in terms of access to recreational parks and healthy foods. mediad.publicbroadcasting.net – via Iframely Because of

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The Gangster Gardener of South Central: Ron Finley

In Los Angeles, South Central is infamous for gang violence and poverty. Though no longer as dangerous as its reputation, South Central is still impoverished in terms of access to recreational parks and healthy foods. mediad.publicbroadcasting.net – via Iframely Because of

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