Blog posts tagged with: Animation

Posted Mar 16, 2021
By
Moya Lawson
Xi Li, Brain Island (2019 - ongoing)

In this podcast Moya Lawson speaks to Xi Li and Connor Fitzgerald, two emerging artists working in digital space via avatars, text and interactivity. The artists discuss the capability of the avatar to move beyond the constraints of physical embodiment towards a range of intentions and new possibilities.

Posted Mar 16, 2021
By
Moya Lawson
Xi Li, Brain Island (2019 - ongoing)

In this podcast Moya Lawson speaks to Xi Li and Connor Fitzgerald, two emerging artists working in digital space via avatars, text and interactivity. The artists discuss the capability of the avatar to move beyond the constraints of physical embodiment towards a range of intentions and new possibilities.

Posted Mar 16, 2021
By
Moya Lawson
Xi Li, Brain Island (2019 - ongoing)

In this podcast Moya Lawson speaks to Xi Li and Connor Fitzgerald, two emerging artists working in digital space via avatars, text and interactivity. The artists discuss the capability of the avatar to move beyond the constraints of physical embodiment towards a range of intentions and new possibilities.

Posted Mar 16, 2021
By
Moya Lawson
Xi Li, Brain Island (2019 - ongoing)

In this podcast Moya Lawson speaks to Xi Li and Connor Fitzgerald, two emerging artists working in digital space via avatars, text and interactivity. The artists discuss the capability of the avatar to move beyond the constraints of physical embodiment towards a range of intentions and new possibilities.

Posted Mar 16, 2021
By
Moya Lawson
Xi Li, Brain Island (2019 - ongoing)

In this podcast Moya Lawson speaks to Xi Li and Connor Fitzgerald, two emerging artists working in digital space via avatars, text and interactivity. The artists discuss the capability of the avatar to move beyond the constraints of physical embodiment towards a range of intentions and new possibilities.

Posted Mar 16, 2021
By
Moya Lawson
Xi Li, Brain Island (2019 - ongoing)

In this podcast Moya Lawson speaks to Xi Li and Connor Fitzgerald, two emerging artists working in digital space via avatars, text and interactivity. The artists discuss the capability of the avatar to move beyond the constraints of physical embodiment towards a range of intentions and new possibilities.

Posted Mar 16, 2021
By
Moya Lawson
Xi Li, Brain Island (2019 - ongoing)

In this podcast Moya Lawson speaks to Xi Li and Connor Fitzgerald, two emerging artists working in digital space via avatars, text and interactivity. The artists discuss the capability of the avatar to move beyond the constraints of physical embodiment towards a range of intentions and new possibilities.

Posted Nov 11, 2020
By
Israel Randell
Still (detail), Kahurangiariki Smith, MāoriGrl (video game demo) (2017)

"Making video games about our old stories, especially if the mahi is also a bit cheeky, I always wonder “Am I gonna get in trouble for this?" - Kahurangiariki Smith

(ex)CLAIM is an interview series by Israel Randell, in which she meets practitioners from Aotearoa whose work seeks to correct imbalances in our bi-cultural histories. In this interview she meets Kahurangiariki Smith.

Posted Nov 11, 2020
By
Israel Randell
Still (detail), Kahurangiariki Smith, MāoriGrl (video game demo) (2017)

"Making video games about our old stories, especially if the mahi is also a bit cheeky, I always wonder “Am I gonna get in trouble for this?" - Kahurangiariki Smith

(ex)CLAIM is an interview series by Israel Randell, in which she meets practitioners from Aotearoa whose work seeks to correct imbalances in our bi-cultural histories. In this interview she meets Kahurangiariki Smith.

Posted Nov 11, 2020
By
Israel Randell
Still (detail), Kahurangiariki Smith, MāoriGrl (video game demo) (2017)

"Making video games about our old stories, especially if the mahi is also a bit cheeky, I always wonder “Am I gonna get in trouble for this?" - Kahurangiariki Smith

(ex)CLAIM is an interview series by Israel Randell, in which she meets practitioners from Aotearoa whose work seeks to correct imbalances in our bi-cultural histories. In this interview she meets Kahurangiariki Smith.

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