marina s.
media art

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Art & Design

01 hurricane
02 the Climate Shelter
03 desert AIDS project
04 City of Long Beach
05 safe streets LB
06 steel scene
07 /feməˈninədē/

08 microsoft design:
09 the view from nowhere
10 the view from everywhere
11 your choice

12 one cup of juice
13 ucla arts
14 ucla design media arts

15 untitled [Interior] ep.1 
16 self-analysis 
17 typography 2014

client projects:

18 stonyfield
19 altaMed
20 heal documentary
21 pride ‘17
22 PrEPnPLAY website
23 arm dynamics
24 Shore House

Teaching & Workshops

Teaching statement
IDM research lab
LSA 2019 Artifacts

Featured student work:

decentralizing the web 


Immersive projection Installation, with voice over

location: New Wight Gallery - UCLA Department of Art

As my thesis piece for the MFA at UCLA, Department of Design Media Arts, I created an immersive projection piece. I began by writing “/feməˈninədē/” (full text attached below). From there I recorded my voice readingthis text and then chose key words. Those key words I imaged and projected onto three walls. My intention was to choose words that when viewed together, with or without the audio playing, could create meaning. The text is large and set in an italic serif font. The text is larger than average human body size. When viewing the work your entire body becomes engaged. Looking between the words and observing them changing over time a viewer can choose to stay for the entirety of the text being read or come in and leave in the middle without losing the meaning of the words.