Though the internet has its merits, there is grave danger in assuming social media is inherently a force for democracy. Its broader context is too often overlooked in favour of its everyday value; we mistake social media as an objective … Continue readingDIGITIZED DEMOCRACY: Social Media Is A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing
Mini Assignment #3
What can an image-lover learn from, and suggest to, a word-lover? Featuring book review blog Torin In Time! As you may know, I also utilize this website to write about what I am learning in my publication classes at university. … Continue readingPEER REVIEW No.1
Mini Assignment #2 Listen up, you brown-nosing art kids! That’s right. It’s your friendly neighborhood nightmare, Deadpool, here to offer up some warm and fuzzy suggestions as to HOW TO GET THE FUCK OFF YOUR HIGH HORSE and STOP EMBARRASSING … Continue reading“ArtSnobs, You Ain’t Sh*t!” PLUS: Three Deadpool-Approved Artists
O’ friends. This WordPress journey has been long and arduous thus far. T’would seem there are surprises at every turn, and I grow weary. Things are trying––at best. Dare I say it… I’m smarting to quit this place forthwith! Aye, … Continue readingTHEMATIC HELLSCAPES: Process Post No.2
There is such a thing as too many photos. (Online Development No. 2) With our digital cameras in hand, it is easier than ever to generate new photographic imagery at a quick pace, not to mention swiftly editing and sharing … Continue readingWhy Digital Photography Can Feel Like A Curse
This is pretty much my constant state of mind! Why do I always find it so much easier to write about photography rather than post my own creations? Alas, this is why I’m enrolled in this course: Over the coming … Continue readingDo You Meme Me?
When it comes to digital life, we are often too suspicious of impending conflict to bother interacting with strangers. Could the field of performance art offer up some unexpectedly useful insight? (Process Post No. 1 + Online Development No. 1) … Continue readingNo Danger From Stranger