ARTS 331 Installation Art (4)
Installation Art is an inherently interdisciplinary contemporary art practice in which artists construct artwork designed to transform the perception of space. This course will introduce analog (material exploration and transformation) and digital (video, sound, digitally rendered graphics) studio techniques, as well as provide a historical and contemporary context for Installation Art. Emphasis will be on site specificity, perception and the senses, and conceptually driven art-making practices.
- General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Arts & Humanities
- Prerequisite: Any ARTS course
- Offering: Alternate Years
- Instructor: Skillin-Brauchle