ARTS 202 - Digital Studio: Distribution and Intervention (SA)
An introduction to digital art that covers a selection of digital art practices, including reproducible art, networked and telematic art, kits, multiples, fabrication, DIY, and interventionist practices. Students work with digital tools such as vector and raster programs, html and css, and fabrication to produce and distribute art that can operate inside and outside the gallery. The internet, for instance, is considered as a distribution platform and as a potential exhibition space. In working with existing media and technology such as surveillance, students employ “creative misuse” to make playful, humorous, and poignant contemporary artworks. Students are encouraged to explore concepts and programs beyond the basics; group and individual projects will require both rigorous concept development and proficiency in technology. The Little Hall Digital Studio is equipped with Macintosh computers and relevant software.
Major/Minor Restrictions: None
Class Restriction: None
Recommended: Previous programing experience is helpful but not necessary
Area of Inquiry: Human Thought and Expression
Liberal Arts CORE: None
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