ARTS 201 - Digital Studio: Code, Recipes, Spells
An introduction to digital art that covers select topics from a variety of digital art practices tied to the avant-garde, and rooted indeterminacy, concept, recipe, instruction, structure, algorithm, and procedure. Students make individual and collaborative artworks using instructions, recipes, code, and more. As a result of iteration, remixing, and collaboration, students reconsider the nature of authorship and artistry, and come to see art more as a process than a thing, more dynamic than static. 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.
Prerequisites: ARTS 100
Major/Minor Restrictions: None
Class Restriction: None
Recommended: Previous Macintosh experience is helpful but not necessary.
Area of Inquiry: Human Thought and Expression
Liberal Arts Practices: Quantitative and Algorithmic Reasoning
Core Component: None
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