“Circle” by Caitlin Fisher

“Circle” by Caitlin Fisher

This augmented reality (AR) work tells the story of three generations of women through a series of short poetic videos organized spatially on a table top installation. In the version documented in the video, the work used a printed out marker system and a webcam connected to a computer to move from one marker to another. As the camera is able to identify the markers, the software replaces them with a short video with a voice recording of Fisher reading a poetic text. Beautifully produced, the videos visually engage the theme of memory by focusing on old photographs, photo albums and family heirlooms, and reinforcing this aurally through vignettes that breathe life into these objects.

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“CityFish” by J. R. Carpenter

"CityFish" by J. R. Carpenter
“CityFish” by J. R. Carpenter

“In Absentia” by J. R. Carpenter

Screen capture from "In Absentia" by J. R. Carpenter. Marks and a dialogue bubble on a satellite image of a large neighborhood with other depictions on maps to each side. Text: "(too small to read)"
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“The ELO 2012 Media Arts Show: A Retrospect”

Screen shot from “The ELO 2012 Media Arts Show: A Retrospect”. White background with the title “The ELO 2012 Media Arts Show” at the top, below it a text that is too far to read , below the text a bar with these options: “Artists, Venues, Exhibit Events, Credits, Conferences”. And finally, below this bar there are eight pictures of what appear to be art works.
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“i made this. you play this. we are enemies.” by Jason Nelson

“i made this. you play this. we are enemies.” by Jason Nelson
“i made this. you play this. we are enemies.” by Jason Nelson

“Birds Still Warm from Flying” by Jason Nelson

"Birds Still Warm from Flying" by Jason Nelson
“Birds Still Warm from Flying” by Jason Nelson

“Superstitious Appliances” by Jason Nelson

Screen shot from “Superstitious Appliances” by Jason Nelson. Gray Background with blue words scrambled together and hardly viewable, except for some: “Snapping at the reflection/ Misfortune’s an consumed, Bagless/ pushed to the test, and fiver/ a glass to the smallest moon”. A device is below this words in gray, red and black colors.
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“Spine Sonnet” by Jody Zellen

“Spine Sonnet” by Jody Zellen
“Spine Sonnet” by Jody Zellen

“Rememori” by Christine Wilks

"Rememori" by Christine Wilks
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“Takei, George” by Mark Sample

Screen shot from “Takei, George” by Mark Sample. Yellow background. It is a poem and the verses are written in red.
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