A course at Parsons the New School for Design in AMT, fall 2010.
This class will expose students to techniques, tools, and resources for using the internet to exhibit and cultivate an audience for their work. Showing work online does not just consist of putting photographs of your work on the internet, it’s a context for sharing projects all on its own and informs every step of the creative process. Work produced for an online audience has different considerations than work produced for other exhibition purposes. Students will work with writing, photo, video, and social media to make projects for internet exhibition. The class will focus on work and processes that can be exhibited more effectively on the internet than in a gallery, theater, or print. Over the course of this class students will produce projects relevant to online exhibition, which they will document and curate for exhibition online. This course will be maker-focused and emphasize techniques in fiber arts/crafts, electronics, video making, new media, mash-ups, remixing, and tutorial creation. Instructors: Becky Stern and Andrew Salomone.
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