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Community members from across South Los Angeles joined LACMA’s new film education program, Aspect Ratio, to learn how to make the most of mobile device filmmaking technology to make their own films. Participants explored filmmaking as an artistic outlet to create personal, place-based films that reflect their ideas and experience. The result is a dynamic collection of short films that show South L.A. as most have never seen it before.
In “A Making of Ghosts,” Kudzanai-Violet Hwami plays with scale and perspective to collapse emotional states. In Murikishi (all works 2023), one image of a sleeping man appears superimposed over another; each is naked, lounging with legs spread. The fleshy tones are choppy and halting, the paint’s texture mimicking a kind of digital malfunction. Hanging to the left, a smaller canvas, Stan 4, depicts a man in profile. Both works are set against a wallpapered monochrome photograph of the back of a man’s head. By layering the images, Hwami pierces moments of privacy with the invasiveness of the
Fiona Hopper is the Social Studies Teacher Leader and Wabanaki Studies Coordinator for the Portland Public Schools. Fiona has been a teacher for over fifteen years and has taught a variety of grade levels and subjects. She also co-founded Race in the USA: Perspectives for Portland Educators, a class
Review unit on loan from ASUS Singapore This is the review of the ASUS ROG Flow X13 (2023) GV302 gaming laptop from the perspective of an artist & graphic designer. This laptop is the smaller sibling of the ASUS ROG Flow X16 (2022). I reviewed the Flow X16 last year and found that to be a terrific gaming laptop with the main downside being the mini-LED display is too heavy and