STUDIO for Creative Inquiry (Page 1 of 7)

Shawn Pierre: ___ vs ___
Amendment V: Due Process, Self-Incrimination, Eminent Domain

presented by Shawn Pierre

I’m real­ly real­ly inter­est­ed in see­ing what hap­pens when two peo­ple who know each oth­er real­ly well start to play. Because the peo­ple you know well, you get to know their tells when they tell a lie, or at least maybe you think you do.

Vi Trinh: Cyber Soldiers in Cyber Houses
Amendment III: The Housing of Soldiers

presented by Vi Trinh

What struck me first about the Third Amendment is that it’s the only part of the Constitution that deals direct­ly with the rela­tion­ship between the rights of indi­vid­u­als and the mil­i­tary in both peace and war.

Andy Malone: Standoff
Amendment II: The Right to Bear Arms

presented by Andy Malone

I was drawn to the con­cept of fin­ger guns as a metaphor. I also did­n’t want to use actu­al guns in this project. That was sort of a chal­lenge for myself, to not make this about shoot­ing things or make this about overt violence. 

Lexa Walsh: …Which By Their Very Utterance…
Amendment I: Freedom of Religion, Speech, Press, Assembly, Petition

presented by Lexa Walsh

I decid­ed to go to grad­u­ate school and got an MFA in art and social prac­tice. And came out with a way to col­lec­tive­ly describe my prac­tice, which is hos­pitable democ­ra­cy.” And I call it a plat­form for mul­ti­ple voic­es across pow­er struc­tures for peo­ple and objects.”

Latoya Peterson and Cherisse Datu: Contempt
Amendment IV: Unreasonable Search and Seizure, Warrants, Probable Cause

presented by Cherisse Datu, Latoya Peterson

The name Contempt” came from this idea of all the emotions—especially from the death of Breonna Taylor—a lot of the con­tempt we felt for how the sit­u­a­tion was being treat­ed; con­tempt of the law, which many peo­ple of col­or are accused of; and just gen­er­al­ly we decid­ed that this project would be our own way of cop­ing with the trau­ma of that time and what does it means to be American, what does it mean to be a per­son of color. 

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Patricio Gonzalez Vivo
From Toy to Pro: Principles to Play Well With Others

presented by Patricio Gonzalez Vivo

Today I kind of want to share a path that I went through from tak­ing a per­son­al tool which is…like a per­son­al toy tool to the point that it’s a pro­fes­sion­al tool that I can use in my every­day work for what­ev­er kind of work I do.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Luis Morales Navarro

presented by Luis Morales Navarro

I’m going to talk about p5.js and web acces­si­bil­i­ty, and par­tic­u­lar­ly about cre­at­ing infra­struc­ture for acces­si­bil­i­ty in an open source cre­ative community.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: eve­lyn masso
Crafting Access for p5.js

presented by evelyn masso

Why am I here? I’m here actu­al­ly for the com­mu­ni­ty for the work that we do togeth­er as a group of peo­ple that care deeply about care and access and all these dif­fer­ent issues and approach­a­bil­i­ty and things like that.

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Cassie Tarakajian

presented by Cassie Tarakajian

I want­ed to talk about how I got into cod­ing and art. And how I start­ed work­ing on the p5 edi­tor, since now I’ve been work­ing on it for five years and maybe it seems sort of like if you want to do some­thing like that like…how do you do it? And why is it impor­tant to me? 

Spring 2021 #OSSTA Lecture: Luca Damasco

presented by Luca Damasco

Today, I real­ly want to talk about how we built Wick Editor to grow with the users that were using the tool, and some things that I wish I knew when we started.

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