Student Work – Cycle 1

Student work from the first cycle of UnderAcademy College.


Course blogs

ADVANCED MACARONICS

NŌ CODE


Flatland: Dimensions in Many A-romance
Sonny Rae Tempest / Advanced Macaronics
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BwvzYWy5oJzvemZ1TlNTSWJSaGlaWmdCbmxiX0l2UQ/edit?pli=1


Hanover Dada – Emily Dickinson, “668”
Zsuzsa Mitro / Advanced Macaronics


(comput_rpgr_mvmnt3_uac)
Zsuzsa Mitro / Computations and Ballistics (Throughout Glockenspiels)


Eclogue [a meadow crawler pastoral poem for Mac Terminal]
Sonny Rae Tempest / Nō Code

NOECLOGUE


nōgo: an eclogue [board game]
Sonny Rae Tempest / Nō Code

NOGO


(2.A)
J/J Hastain / Underwater Procrastination and Advanced Desublimation Techniques

Dear TT,

I went up onto the cliff again this weekend to photograph. I did this as a favor for you. To
progress the image. It was warm out even though there was still snow

left on the ground. The light flitting(b/c we were not close enough to dusk for dark to begin to
take over yet, but we were also not far enough from impending dusk

for the light to have been sensory-ly total) and it was important that in that filmic performance I
kept feeling drawn to the slit in the rock. Maybe that is where

our next book is hidden? Why are some things that are awaiting (future) hidden from us in the
current? My hand in the slit again and again

like an act of impregnating but by mudra and not by erection

UAC - UNDERWATER - Horse 10


Sugar Wave [still from audio-visual piece]
Christopher Funkhouser and Amy Hufnagel /  Underwater Procrastination and Advanced Desublimation Techniques

UAC - UNDERWATER - SUGARWAVE


BEET JUICE FUEL, FOR A GOOD PERFORMANCE
Zsuzsa Mitro / Underwater Procrastination and Advanced Desublimation Techniques

BEET JUICE FUEL, FOR A GOOD PERFORMANCE

[a simple recipe]

Ingredients (optional):

1 word: ‘szikla’ (your favorite kind)

1 kitchen, where you feel welcome and home & good

1 electric mixer – or blender

salt

pepper

a dash of tarragon

& raw honey for the brave

1 Hungarian-English English-Hungarian translation device*

take the word ‘szikla’ [== rock, HU]. say it: ‘see-claw’, breathe it: ‘sea-kla’. take your time, do this for a few minutes, at least. enjoy your breathing. ‘c’-‘kla’. ‘seek-‘… -‘la’. then, when you are ready, let the word just swiftly, effortlessly slip from your lips: ‘szikla’. ‘szikla’… play with volume for a few seconds. don’t be afraid to make it loud if you if you feel like it. SZIKLA. SZIKLA! now, again, separate your word into two syllables, and knead and flatten the first one: ‘see’, ‘sea’ ‘cee’ ‘szi-‘, until it slows down, and starts sounding more like ‘tzee’ ‘tsay’ ‘cé-’ [== name of letter C, HU]. next, put both syllables, ‘cé-’ & ‘-kla’ into an electric mixer and process until you get a beautiful solid purple juice [== gas, syn. ENG] and acknowledge the joy in that you have just turned a rock into a beet [== cékla, HU]. pour into a water glass and further enjoy! (*optional: add salt and pepper to taste, and tarragon, if you are so inclined; I myself usually also like to add just a tad dollop of raw honey – to make it divine!)

seasonal options:
late winter: dilute with sugar-on-snow
warmer weather: have it on the rocks
… and you can also mix with other
juices any time you like
*super-optional, but if you need more guidance with pronunciation, I recommend electronic rather than printed formats


SUBJECTVERB.1 WATER
Amy Hufnagel / Underwater Procrastination and Advanced Desublimation Techniques


various
Amy Hufnagel /  Underwater Procrastination and Advanced Desublimation Techniques
http://www.amyhufnagel.com/underacademyartprojects.html


various
JJ Hastain / Underwater Procrastination and Advanced Desublimation Techniques
https://underacademycollege.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/hastain_underwater-procrastination.pdf


I’m Not Here to Make Friends! (Transcription)
Sonny Rae Tempest / You Can Say That Again: Mass Culture Tautologies


We’re not here to be friends. There’s nothing personal, this is fucking business.
We’re not looking to make new friends. We will be friendly, but at the end of the day, this is a game, this is a competition, and we all want to win.
I don’t care if I make friends. That’s not my main goal for being here. It’s not to make friends. It’s to win the competition.
We’re not really in it to have friends right now. We’re in it to win.
I’m not here to make friends. I’m here to win.
I’m not here to make friends. I’m here to win.
I didn’t come on this show to make friends. I came on to win.
I’m not here to make friends. I never was. I’m here to win money.
You don’t like me, don’t even waste my time, because I’m not here to make friends. I’m here to win.
Good God, Brook.
It’s all like “Damn Jennifer, let’s be friends! Koombiya my Lord,” no. That’s not what I’m here for. I’m here to win.
I didn’t come on this show to ineract with my fellow designers. I’m on this show to win.
That’s so typical, so cliche of an answer.
I mean I don’t want to be a cliche but I’m not here to make friends.
I’m not here to, like, make friends with everybody, like, I’m here to cook food, and I’m here to cook food well.
I don’t need to make friends, especially when one hundred thousand dollars is involved.
I’m not here to make friend with you guys. I’m here because I want to be with Brad.
I’m not here to make friends. I’m not here to make enemies. I’m here to get to know Brad.
I’m not here to make friends. I’m here for one reason. I’m here for Teala.
At this point I think that our friendship is over. Unfortunately I didn’t come here for thing two, I came for Flava Flav.
I’m not here for the girls. I’m here for Flav.

Student work

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