Lectures

I’ve put all of the lecture slides up, but the dates & admin bits-and-pieces from any slides ahead of the current week are still at 2018 values.

Lectures

The one weekly lecture for this course is:

The lecture slides for this course are a website1—what else would you expect from this course? So you can just click on each week’s lecture slides in the sidebar/hamburger menu as usual, and you should probably know about the keyboard shortcuts for navigating the slides:

  • or space to go forward one slide
  • or shift+space to go back one slide
  • o to toggle 2D overview mode (then use arrow keys to find the slide you’re looking for)
  • f to toggle fullscreen mode

If you have any accessibility issues with the slides then please let me know.

Week 1

The Echo360 recording this week didn’t work properly, however I made a backup. The only problem is that there’s only audio (no video) for the first 3m54s, but after that the video comes online and it’s all good.

If you want to jump directly to a specific part of the slide deck:

Week 2

Ugh. The Echo360 recording didn’t work again… this time the mic died halfway through. Again, I made a backup—but the sound is a bit echo-y because it’s not the direct feed from the microphone.

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Week 3

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Week 4

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Week 5

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Inside the Artist’s Studio

This year in COMP1720 we’re privileged to have a bunch of code artists stop by to chat about their work & the process behind it in the video series, COMP1720: Inside the Artist’s Studio. There’s some more info in the FAQ.

Anna Madeleine, Emotions Invented by the Internet

Emotions Invented by the Internet by Anna Madeleine

Mitchell Whitelaw, Succession

Succession by Mitchell Whitelaw

Tony Curran, Wiggles and Grids

Constandelia by Tony Curran

Dierdre Pearce, my digital’s three-dimensional shadow

my digital's three-dimensional shadow by Dierdre Pearce

Geoff Hinchcliffe, Climate coasters

Geoff Hinchcliffe with climate coasters

Tim Brook, Rebalanced

Rebalanced by Tim Brook

  1. If you’re curious, it’s all done in reveal.js with a custom ANU-coloured-ish theme. 

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