Kimberly Lee is the name of a bodiless character brought to life through 3D rendering. Using the character Kimberly Lee, Lee Eun-sol visualizes the idea of the existence of contemporary objects. It is essential to Kimberly's existence that her creator continues to create new landscapes and spaces to ensure Kimberly’s sustainability.
Wait for the Trust
Daria Ivans and Polina Orlikova
D — I have no idea why I’m still staying here,, |seems like I’ve got no power left| but all my friends leaving and giving away their stuff, all these little ‘how are u ? — I’m crossing Kazakhstan’s border’, — it puts me into a mode of projection in Russia where I used to live after Feb 24th.
Mobilization 02: Roza Vetrov
I Sometimes Cover my eyes (since I can’t control them in order to shut them) and dream the Occasions where We drop our Smiles (since I haven’t been getting that lately, it’s as if we’ve accepted believing fate, UFOs, time-travel and stuff) is an anti-materialist and anti-consumerist manifesto video.
An anti-materialist and anti-consumerist manifesto video
The concept of affordances was introduced by the ecological psychologist J.J. Gibson. In His 1979 work The Ecological Approach to Visual Perception, Gibson introduces the concept of affordances as follows: "The affordances of the environment are what it offers the animal, what it provides or furnishes, either for good or ill."