Francisco Mos Def
Here are some projects I worked on throughout the semester. They range from the beginning of the year until now. Everyone is saying it, but these were/are being veery weird times indeed, and it's interesting how it reflected on most aspects of our lives. To not extend it too much, my thoughts and reactions to life-work in 2020.1 are poured over in my Essay.
The things I learned were: I'm transitioning into being more comfortable with doing things for the sake of doing them. I worked more freely and was less focused on mistakes and end results. I feel like my ideas are more connected with the outside.
My challenges were: managing different responsibilities and time frames, not engaging enough on the social community we built, and not working enough with physical materials.
Project 1: DAT-CLI
I make a terminal version of this very website.
Project 2: Esquerda Atrás
I translate my experience in ghost towns into images.
Project 3: Netti
I try to make the internet a very big graffiti wall.
B-Side: Job Work
I make websites, set up servers and get that bread.
Tracks are never finished, but it's better to do something with them besides leaving them collecting dust in some hard drive.
I make a few soundscapes inspired by the weekly themes.