SELECTED STUDENT WORKS
GRAPHIC ARTS/SOCIAL PRACTICE TOOLBOX:
Net Art/Internet-based Art
Since conceptual art in the 70s artists have employed new strategies to expand the border of the gallery space. In this course, students will be exposed to various techniques from offset and RISO printing to exploring the web as an alternative and accessible space to create art. Through project assignments they will also learn to use some of the essential software on the Mac platform along with more traditional processes. The class will encourage students to think about text and image relationships in linear and non-linear narratives and consider their work in a public setting.
Note: The Net Art projects below were done during four weeks of class. They address different socio-political issues such as racism, gender-based violence, mental health awareness, women's role, etc. to name a few.