ART 264

Time Based Media II (Spring)

Studio, 3 Credit Hours

This studio course explores how time based art presents audibly, via the lens, the screen, live performance, public space, collaboration, and hybrids of these forms. This is a hands-on studio that acts as a laboratory to investigate technical and conceptual issues surrounding works that develop over a period of time, or incorporate the passage of time. Students work with processes and techniques for producing time-based works that are not limited to digital video, multi-channel audio, sequential imaging/animation, installation practices, live art, public strategies, and documentary processes. Emphasis is directed towards the social, cultural, aesthetic, and conceptual aspects of time based practices. Viewing and researching similar and/or related contemporary art practices will also be explored. (COR 102, DIG 185)