1. Integrative Studio I (Foundations Course)
1st year Undergraduate Student
Charcoal on paper
View the art work. (Link will open a new browser window) Collaborative Hyper-Media Narrative
2. Integrative Studio I, (Foundations Course)
First coding exercise creating a collaborative hyper-media narrative based on T.S. Eliot's poem: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
Camera Obscura Digital Image
Production photo using fabricated camera obscura Camera Obscura - Group Project
3. Integrative Studio I (Foundations Course)
Student Group: Nathan Culli, Kyleia Glass, Olivia Hopewell, Alyssa Krueger, & Gavin Melton
1st year Undergraduate Students
Students fabricated a camera obscura and created still and moving images captured digitally using a cell phone.
How Many of You Are There?
4. Experimental Strategies: Live Art, CP473 / MCMA543
Live Art Performance over Zoom, 03:33
An adaptation of the Caterpillar in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.
Adaptation of the poem 'A Dream Deferred' by Langston Hughes
6. Independent Study, MCMA 596
2nd Year MFA Graduate Student
Digital Image and Thread
4.5" x 10.5"
Generative Isolation Loop #1
7. Generative Art, CP470D / MCMA543
1st year MFA Graduate Student
Created in isolation, triggered by the outside, this piece is a 10 minute recording of passing cars, people, and outside noise that is translated into key presses on a synth that randomly changes pitch. After 2 minutes the synth loops and rerecords over itself again and again. Starting simply, over the course of 10 minutes it transforms into a complex, dissonant symphony of isolation.
8. Generative Art, CP470D / MCMA543
2nd year MFA Graduate Student
A scanned image of acrylic on torn paper
Exploring Kurt Vonnegut's ideas regarding 'The Shape Of A Story', this analog image is an auto-generated iteration of a net.art work called 'press R to draw a new story', which is then developed using acrylic paint on paper, torn and scanned.
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