How do the two values inform eachother? High blood pressure = low fibre intake?
After playing with statistics and statistical measurements using the mini easels, I had more of a play with the same materials (string glue, wood and easels) to try and discover new ways of making ‘puppets’ or rigs.
I made 2 more fibre puppets, lined them up and took a picture each time one of the puppets moved. I moved the furthest puppet away correlating to breakfast, then the middle puppet correlating to lunch then the closest puppet correlating to dinner. I then started to think about how the results could be shownContinue reading “Fibre motion continued”
After the Work In Progress, I really wanted to make something that was puppet like. I had the idea of making a puppet that was attached to your hand that had 5 different elements (maybe carbs, fibre etc) and when your fingers moved up and down a table of values (maybe 0-20) they would moveContinue reading “Fibre Motion”
Working with nutrition statistics still, I wanted to look at how to unpack the nutritional information of one meal. This was the unpacking of a pasta dish that included only 6 ingredients yet it unveiled a whole heap of information and values. The video is meant to be a sort of ‘behind the scenes’ videoContinue reading “Covert Overt”
Your name, your occupation, and for how long you’ve been a diabetic? My name is Emma, I am currently training to be a health coach and have been diabetic for 18 years now. When were you told you had diabetes and what was that experience like? I can’t actually remember my diagnosis since I wasContinue reading “Interview with Emma”
Following on from the ‘day in the life’ animation, I started to look at what I was eating as a form of data and how close to the ‘national reference value’ of each nutritional element I was. Having never counted a calorie, a gram of protein or a gram of fibre, this was all completelyContinue reading “National Reference Value”
Your name, your occupation, and for how long you’ve been a diabetic? Hello, my name is Lara, I’m a Law student in Paris. I was diagnosed in February 2016, so 5 years ago . When were you told you had diabetes and what was that experience like? When I first learned that I was diabetic,Continue reading “Interview with Lara”
I ended up recording my movements, the time, and the songs I was listening to. I then took these results one step further by trying to animate them as a 24hr fluctuation in time, movement and genre of music. Time was pretty straightforward, it would be 24 hrs which could be converted into 24 xContinue reading “Day in the life pt II”
To end ‘superbetic’, I felt like I should have outlined what I was planning to do on the practice side of things now that the context side of things was coming to an end. Though I didn’t have it clear in my mind at exactly what I would be doing, I knew the sort ofContinue reading “Day in the life”