ASU Digital Culture Gallery

2013.02.28 / Emerge

Emerge 2013

February 28th - March 15th

Exhibition hours: Monday through Friday, 12pm - 2pm

The Digital Culture gallery is located in the B-Wing of Stauffer Hall, Room #B102, on the ASU Tempe campus.

flocking lips

Flocking LipsMuharrem Yildirim

Abstractions of viewer's faces are captured on the wall of the DC gallery. Viewers watch as their lips fly away to join a flock of playfully roaming lips.

 
second chance

Second ChanceAziza Ismail

This project seeks to improve the reading and writing skills of literacy-challenged adults, specifically in developing countries. Second Chance is an interactive iPad application for unschooled adults who are passionate about learning to read.

 
Rawr

Rwar! A Study in Sonic SkullsCourtney Brown

Users blow into a tube extending slightly from the back of a dinosaur skull, which activates a mechanical larynx. Then, the crest and nasal passages of the sculpture act as resonating chambers for the sound. The work uses scientific research as a starting point to create this means of sound production by using a model of the lambeosaurine hadrosaur Corythosaurus' skull and larynx. Lambeosaurine hadrosaurs are duck-billed dinosaurs known for their large head crests, which scientists hypothesize are used as resonators for their vocal calls.

 
projection dessication

Projection DesiccationMuharrem Yildirim, Matthew Briggs and David Tinapple

Using a natural grid system, projection, and generative art this installation provides a preservation of aesthetic values.

 
AdHope

AdHopeAlex Abreu and Kay Gho

AdHope builds upon technologies like AdBlockPlus to create a browser extension that can replace advertisements with human trafficking information.

The Digital Culture Gallery is located in the B-Wing of Stauffer Hall, Room #B102, on the ASU Tempe campus.


Gallery days/hours - Monday through Thursday 12pm - 2pm.