Browse University Library by Subject "art"

  • Duffy, Katie (2018-09)
    Many teaching artists interested in code and technology struggle their way through years of self teaching. In the interest of creating a community of artist/learners, I designed coding workshops for the 2018 Media Lounge ...

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  • Dietrick, Joelle; Huffman, Kathy Rae (2018-09)
    In this transcript of a panel discussion at the 2018 College Art Association conference, participants discuss the gender gap in the art tech world. Against a backdrop of both the current political climate and recent reporting ...

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  • Chishty, Mahwish (2021-10-26)
    Initially trained as a miniature painter at the National College of Arts, Lahore, Pakistan, the author has aggressively combined new media and conceptual work with her traditional practice. The work is intended to shed ...

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  • Burrough, Xtine; Gallagher, Owen; Navas, Eduardo (2021-01)
    This special issue of Media-N on contemporary approaches to remix was inspired by Jorge Luis Borges’s short story, “The Garden of Forking Paths,” a recurring point of reference in the development of media culture. Prior ...

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  • Hokanson, Taylor; Bontrager, Nick (2019-07)
    In this workshop, Professors Nick Bontrager and Taylor Hokanson introduce the tools and services required to fabricate printed circuit boards, or PCBs. The process is more accessible than ever before, and is cheap enough ...

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  • Modrak, Rebekah (2021-01)
    My Work is Yours to Do What I Want narrates the trajectory of two companies, one of them actual (Best Made Co.), and the second (Re Made Co.), an artwork posing as a company that uses remix to strategically confuse, conflate, ...

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  • Whitehead, Vagner Mendonça (2018-09)
    On February, 23 2018, during the National College of Art Association Conference in Los Angeles, Richard Rhinehart, Liss LaFleur and I co-chaired a panel titled “Queering New Media Art and Asking Questions about Nothing”. ...

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  • Rinehart, Richard (2018-09)
    Not rooted in a traditional culture or ancestral homeland, Queerness constitutes ephemeral cultures, continually reinvented and reimagined. Queerness is under constant threat of erasure from cultural amnesia and political ...

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  • Berdugo, Liat Rachel; Martinez, Emily (2020-03)
    How do cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin work? What is a blockchain? And, what does a typical Bitcoin holder look like? The artist collective Anxious to Make commissioned sixty cloudworkers to draw their answers to these ...

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  • Abe, Yasuhito (2017)
    The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster of 2011 has created an alternative space for reportage and journalism. While much research has investigated how mainstream news media reported the Fukushima disaster in Japan and ...

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