Continuing with my drawing I have begun to study particular animals that are able to adapt and evolve in order to survive in their environments.
As the current populous neglects their own well-being and portrays a false sense of self on social networks, this project by James Condon and Katrina McLaughlin looks at the movement, motion and mapping of the human mind through the use of heavily based technology of motion capture, experimental film techniques and projection versus the values of eastern and western cultures, symbols and iconography.
This simulation shows how the widely successful mobile app market can be used to enrich our lives through mindfulness and give a harmony to our aspirations that we measure against the successes of others.
This programme is designed to show a positive and realistic point of view on our lives rather than show a reality that is tainted by a futuristic augmentation of what we should be expecting of ourselves at this moment in time
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