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15620 : Japanese Animation: The Making of a Global Media

Description: Course readings drawn from art history and the histories of science and technology, as well as site visits to art collections on campus, will inform our investigation. Students will gain historical insights into the relation between visual art and technology; develop analytical tools for critically engaging with the present-day interface of art, science, and engineering; and consider the implications for the futures we imagine. Students will have the option to propose alternative final projects that incorporate or extend practices across visual art and the sciences on campus.

Instructor(s): Thomas Lamarre

Offered: Winter 2021

Category: History

Cluster(s): Digital Moving Image