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Rebeca Mendez Design
UCLA, Design|Media Arts
Rebeca Mendez Art
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    From bianca
    Women in Art
    From henrys
    Installation Video
    From petergng
    Logos
    From kbrinsho
    FEAR and the senses
    From adam
    Who gets to go?
    rebecam’s projects
    Branding the Species
    Background: Voyager’s Interstellar record is a disk with encoded information that was attached to two space probes currently making their...

    Design Media Arts at UCLA
    In the 1970s space colonies were considered to be a viable alternative to a life restricted to planet Earth. The design of cylindrical space...
    Now playing SpaceCollective
    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.
    From rebecam's personal cargo

    mediasprawl: supergraphics redefine the cities we live in.
    by Adam Eeuwens

    Supergraphics are larger-than-life visuals in the form of two-dimensional images and/or typography placed onto three-dimensional structures, with an option to use the fourth dimension of time. By their sheer size they engage the urban space and hijack our senses. A super graphic used well is “an event,” according to German media architect Christian Moeller. “A performance,” adds Dutch media designer Mikon van Gastel. “An in- between space,” US media artist Jennifer Steinkamp calls it. “Immersion,” is the word Mexican designer Rebeca Méndez chooses.

    Get the full article at:

    http://classes.design.ucla.edu/Winter05/170/data/mediasprawl.pdf

    Jennifer Steinkamp
    The Wreck of the Dumaru, 2004
    http://jsteinkamp.com




    Christian Moeller
    Light Blaster: Immaterial Membrane
    http://www.christian-moeller.com/
    This installation allows the visitor to control a membrane of light with the frequency of her heartbeat, resulting in an almost overwhelming physical experience.
    view quicktime movie at:
    http://www.christian-moeller.com/display.php?project_id=14&play=true




    Rebeca Mendez
    Tsuanami, 2001
    Permanent installation
    http://www.rebecamendez.com/projects/show/9


    Wed, Apr 4, 2007  Permanent link

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