This project-based course focuses on advanced techniques in digital imaging, with emphasis on 2D digital design and/or 2D time-based media. Students will develop an exhibition-worthy portfolio of 2D digital imaging and time-based media work, accompanied by an artistic statement that discusses the work in the context of the field. The student's work will be coherent and reflective of the development of a unique and independent visual style informed by a deep understanding of historical and contemporary design. Digital projects will be supplemented with readings, discussions, and sustained artistic critique, critically relating student work to major movements and debates in art and design. Prerequisite: Visual Arts 206, 223, or 381, or consent of instructor.
Prerequisite: Visual Arts 206, 223, or 381, or consent of instructor