Disharmony

Mike Polowick (2002)
Disharmony. CPSC 581 course deliverable (Saul Greenberg, Instructor), Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary, Canada, March.

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Abstract

Disharmony is an abstract conglomeration of loosely related themes designed for no practical purpose besides provoking some thought in the viewer. All parts were crafted with deliberate intention, but there is no specific meaning. Any interpretation is correct. Materials and methods include: paper maché, cardboard, a plastic basket, an air pump, a turtle food container, Christmas lights, the motor from an electric pencil sharpener with some modifications (lots of hammering), ink and paint sketches, magazine clippings, film canisters, chess pawns, three light sensors, a power bar phidget device, a microphone and Visual Basic. Special thanks goes to: duct tape, Krazy Glue, Goop Household adhesive sealant, Elmer's glue, Bondex wallpaper paste, UHU Glue Stick, and of course, Silly Putty.

Bibtex entry

@MISC { 2002-Disharmony-Polowick-1.20,
AUTHOR = { Mike Polowick },
TITLE = { Disharmony },
HOWPUBLISHED = { CPSC 581 course deliverable (Saul Greenberg, Instructor), Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary, Canada },
YEAR = { 2002 },
MONTH = { March },
}