Latin American Corruption Crusade is my group-based senior capstone project for the New Media department at UNC Asheville. Latin American Corruption Crusade is a website that uses video and text to portray a myriad of social issues in Latin America, focusing specifically on corruption in the government. This site is meant to provide information about Latin American social issues to those who may not be aware of them. This website was a collaborative effort between fellow UNC Asheville students Alex Fresa, Sean Katzman, and myself.
Waking Up is a stop-motion video that portrays the common adage that “tomorrow’s another day”. This video was created using Adobe After Effects.
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Ritual is an avant-garde video that aims to recontextualize four different Japanese films into a new piece. This project aims to give the feeling of a summoning or a ritual of some sort. This video was created using Adobe After Effects.
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The Cream of the Crop is a kinetic typography piece that aims to enhance an interview with the late Randy “Macho Man” Savage. This video was created using Adobe After Effects.
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The Center for Food Porn Rehabilitation is an interactive installation in which participants pretend to cook using mostly inedible ingredients in order to cure them of their addiction to food porn and cooking shows. This installation was created in collaboration with fellow UNC Asheville students Forest Gamble, Klesa Colgrove, and Molly Sheehan.
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Beauty is an interactive video installation in which participants enter a space with three video channels while wearing light-refracting glasses and headphones with audio. This installation was designed to cause each person who entered the space to have their own unique experience, tying into the theme that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This installation was created in collaboration with fellow UNC Asheville students Alex Fresa, David Eron, and Molly Sheehan and was installed on the UNC Asheville campus.
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My name is David Jordan and I’m an interactive designer from Cary, North Carolina. Through the five years I’ve spent at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, I’ve not only been cultivating my interactive design skills, but I’ve been realizing my artistic vision and establishing my aesthetics as well. After going through my undergraduate career, I’ve discovered that I tend to create work that falls into three different categories that tend to mix together.
The first of the three categories I classify my work under is my work dedicated to raising awareness for issues of social justice. I tend to make pieces relating to social issues not only using artistic design, but commercial design as well. Major works of mine that fall under this category include I Hate My Brain, Latin American Corruption Crusade, and Access Denied.
The second of these three categories is my work in which I rely upon abstraction, both in imagery and design. My use of abstraction stems from a desire to create things that are new and previously unseen. Major works of mine that fall under this category include Access Denied, Ritual, and Beauty.
The third and final category which I use to classify my work is the work that uses elements of humor. I often use humor because I think that when done well, humor can enhance the previous two categories I’ve mentioned, particularly the element of abstraction. Major works of mine that fall under this category include Stockomon, Access Denied, The Cream of the Crop, and The Center for Food Porn Rehabilitation.
In my future endeavors as an interactive designer, I hope to involve these creative elements into my work in one way or another.
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