"if the visual brain has evolved by associating images with behavioral responses appropriate to the nature of the environment, then understanding visual circuits in terms of image properties alone will be insufficient to explain perception"

- http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Visual_illusions:_An_Empirical_Explanation 

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cuttin paper is wat I do 

cuttin paper is wat I do 

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April

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(Political Potpourri p2 preview) 

(Political Potpourri p2 preview) 

(Political Potpourri p2 preview) 

(Political Potpourri p2 preview) 

(from Political Potpourri p2, coming soon) 
'…tabloids turn daily news into overwhelming streams of data. segmenting is used to help readers assume what is more or less important. this is why readers interpret news in the entertainment section as such, and front page news is seen as most significant….” 
The seconds installment of Political Potpourri fuses photographs and headlines from various sections of the newspaper by use of collage. This encourages interpretations from individualistic contexts, and gives identity to entities by association.

(from Political Potpourri p2, coming soon) 

'…tabloids turn daily news into overwhelming streams of data. segmenting is used to help readers assume what is more or less important. this is why readers interpret news in the entertainment section as such, and front page news is seen as most significant….” 

The seconds installment of Political Potpourri fuses photographs and headlines from various sections of the newspaper by use of collage. This encourages interpretations from individualistic contexts, and gives identity to entities by association.

from the “Political Potpourri” series

from the “Political Potpourri” series

from the “Political Potpourri” series

from the “Political Potpourri” series 

from the “Political Potpourri” series 

Political Potpourri p1

@ Institute for Social Leadership 

March 22, 2014

Political Potpourri p1 by Motza Ramón

@ Institute for Social Leadership

March 22, 2014

Political Potpourri
 
pot·pour·ri (pō′po͝o-rē′)
n. pl. pot·pour·ris
1. A combination of incongruous things
2. A miscellaneous collection Origin of POTPOURRIFrench pot pourri, literally, rotten potFirst Known Use: 1749
pour·ri (po͝o-rē′)
adj.
1. Altered by decomposition 
 
 
Decomposition (or rotting) is the process by which organic substances are broken down into simpler forms of matter. 
 
Political Potpourri decomposes information from popular periodicals by use of collage. In pt.1 of the project, Motza portrays public figures of Jamaican society as food/meals/dishes, blurring the lines between politicians, entertainers, athletes & chefs.

Political Potpourri

 

pot·pour·ri (pōpo͝o-rē)

n. pl. pot·pour·ris

1. A combination of incongruous things

2. A miscellaneous collection
Origin of POTPOURRI
French pot pourri, literally, rotten pot
First Known Use: 1749

pour·ri (po͝o-rē)

adj.

1. Altered by decomposition

 

 

Decomposition (or rotting) is the process by which organic substances are broken down into simpler forms of matter. 

 

Political Potpourri decomposes information from popular periodicals by use of collage. In pt.1 of the project, Motza portrays public figures of Jamaican society as food/meals/dishes, blurring the lines between politicians, entertainers, athletes & chefs.




 



Political Potpourri
 
pot·pour·ri (pō′po͝o-rē′)
n. pl. pot·pour·ris
1. A combination of incongruous things
2. A miscellaneous collection Origin of POTPOURRIFrench pot pourri, literally, rotten potFirst Known Use: 1749
pour·ri (po͝o-rē′)
adj.
1. Altered by decomposition 
 
 
Decomposition (or rotting) is the process by which organic substances are broken down into simpler forms of matter. 
Political Potpourri decomposes information from popular Jamaican periodicals by use of collage. In pt.1 of the project, Motza portrays public figures of Jamaican society as food/meals/dishes, blurring the lines between politicians, entertainers, athletes & chefs.

Political Potpourri

 

pot·pour·ri (pōpo͝o-rē)

n. pl. pot·pour·ris

1. A combination of incongruous things

2. A miscellaneous collection
Origin of POTPOURRI
French pot pourri, literally, rotten pot
First Known Use: 1749

pour·ri (po͝o-rē)

adj.

1. Altered by decomposition

 

 

Decomposition (or rotting) is the process by which organic substances are broken down into simpler forms of matter. 

Political Potpourri decomposes information from popular Jamaican periodicals by use of collage. In pt.1 of the project, Motza portrays public figures of Jamaican society as food/meals/dishes, blurring the lines between politicians, entertainers, athletes & chefs.

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Political Potpourri decomposes information from popular periodicals by use of collage. 

In pt.1 of the project, Motza portrays public figures of Jamaican society as food/meals/dishes, blurring the lines between public servants, entertainers & chefs, as various perspectives of service are highlighted.

Political Potpourri decomposes information from popular periodicals by use of collage.

In pt.1 of the project, Motza portrays public figures of Jamaican society as food/meals/dishes, blurring the lines between public servants, entertainers & chefs, as various perspectives of service are highlighted.

13

March

rlly anxious, can u tell?

rlly anxious, can u tell?

13

March

1 note