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26210 : Media Art and Design Practice

Description: This studio-based course explores the practice, conventions, and boundaries of contemporary media art and design. This can encompass areas as diverse as interactive installation, app design, and the Internet meme. Through projects and critical discussion, students engage with the problems and opportunities of digitally driven content creation. Fundamental elements of digital production are introduced, including basic properties of image, video, and the global network. Further topics as varied as--though not limited to--web production, digital fabrication, interfaces, the glitch, and gaming may be considered. Sections will vary based on the instructor's fields of expertise.

Instructor(s): Jon Satrom

Offered: Spring 2022

Category: Elective

Cluster(s): Games, Network Art, Digital Moving Image, Creative Computing, Electronic Music