Archive for the ‘Key Concepts’ Category

ok here is the final product 🙂

with all the problems we faced this is not too bad and thank you to you all for turning up and seeing it through as much as you could 😀

 

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If we look at the possible effects of the infamous video game grand Theft Autowe are immediately given a number of obvious potential negative implications of playing this game. While it is highly unrealistic and does at least keep the violence to a basic level, I.e. there are no heads exploding or limbs tearing of, it is at such a level as to provoke feelings of disgust and outrage in the more sensitive of society. (more…)

Genre Conventions

Posted: December 2, 2010 in Key Concepts, Media

After meeting up with a few members of my group and discussing different genres in specific areas (we focused on TV and film) I have begun to think more closely when I watch such media.We focused on Comedy show and Sci-Fi films in particular an managed to discuss and agree on a number of different stereotypes and characteristics associated with those genres. (more…)

By Jamie Hall

Chuck is an American Comedy-Drama show which focuses around a character named Charles Bartowski. Or Chuck to his friends. The premise of the show is of an “average computer-whiz-next-door” who is sent a series of encoded pictures that represent the greatest secrets of his government. (more…)

Street Art Manifesto

Posted: October 24, 2010 in Key Concepts, Media

1)      Our art shall inspire the people to stand against the oppression of authority to create a fairer more just society.

2)      We shall fight for the people. Our art will have meaning and will strive to push the frontiers of society to challenge and help the people.

3)      We must be unique, we cannot stay within the frame of the past, we must strive to grasp the future and pull the world ahead out of the dark oppression of the past and bring us into the light of freedom and equality. (more…)