Being Digital: Pity This Busy Monster, Manunkind

Being Digital Project – Kelly Seiz from SUNY New Paltz on Vimeo.

Being Digital student, Kelly Seiz, uses charcoal drawings to interpret E.E. Cummings’ poem “Pity This Busy Monster, Manunkind.

For other Being Digital videos:

Kate Bunster and Francesca Caccavale explore the implications of technology in medicine.

Kevin Ha’s humorous take on the smartphone war.

Being Digital students Patrick Angehr, Annie March and Russell Hartman analyze the impact of technology in modern society through Richard Brautigan’s poem “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace.”

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