Noise and silence both describe sounds. As humans, sounds have a direct influence on our emotions. The city and the countryside are the epitomai of noise vs. silence.
Take a stroll through my thoughts from this moment in time.
This website contains a collection of my work completed this semester. It contains assignments completed for class, as well as my own final photography project.
This is an art exhibition featuring 10 images of paintings by Caribbean artists depicting the beauty of everyday Caribbean life and people.
Julius Hollinshed, a once humble and likeable actor, is moved to murder another man to become “Macbeth.” His ironic fate brings to focus Shakespear’s warnings against ambition’s fatal charms.
Art that addresses technology addiction, misinformation, body image, and privacy infringement in the modern digital age
The experiences of one freshman college student: a little lost, somewhat confused, still stuck in a pandemic. Through the lens of the Arts, this project captures the past few months of her life.
The Korean War is often referred to as “The Forgotten War”, but is this reference a disingenuous representation of historical events? In this project, I examine Kissena Park’s Korean War Memorial and how it can be further improved in order to pay homage to the soldiers from Queens who lost their lives during the war without ignoring the war from Korea’s perspective.
Do you live in NYC? If so, you have probably encountered the noisy MTA at some point in your life. Come join us to see if the noise pollution at your local train station can pose a negative effect on NYC’s beloved trademark bird, the pigeon.
Our project analyzed the connections between zoom presence and the online boundaries set by individuals.