VIS 230

Video Installation

Glen Fogel

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This studio course investigates video installation as a contemporary art form that extends the conversation of video art beyond the frame and into live, site-specific multi-channel environments. Screenings, visitors, and readings augment critical thinking about temporal/spatial relationships, narrative structure, viewer perception and the challenges of presenting time-based work outside of a theater. Technical workshops will hone video-making and presenting skills. Students develop research interests and apply their skills sets to short exercises and expanded self-directed projects culminating in projects designed for exhibition.

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