Tag: Liz Gaschler
In Howard Good’s Being Digital class, students were asked to visually interpret E.E. Cummings poem ‘pity this busy monster, manunkind’. This video uses subtle images to represent the “progress” of modern technology and how it is increasingly disrupting lives through consumerism and entertainment. Filmed and edited by Liz Gaschler and Holly Lipka.
By Holly Lipka and Liz Gaschler “A desire is never simply the desire for a certain thing. A desire to be fully filled in, met so that I desire no longer. It’s always also a desire for desire itself. A desire to continue to desire.” Slavoj Zizek — ‘The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology’ BeingDig_Fall15 from…