is your culminating project for the Multimedia Arts course. It is
your artistic statement using the wide array of dynamic, interactive
media we have explored. It should be artistic, original, and well
crafted. It can be poetic, narrative, informational, surreal...your
choice. It can be disk based using Flash or Web based.
Look here for more information and to submit your project proposal.
Work to your strength and interest. This is your project!
out these links for interesting Web based art:
expression The Internet is a media
for creative expression that integrates many other media, including
traditional and electronic image-making, animation and video, writing
and music. The interactivity and connectivity of the web extends
these media and creates a new media. The opportunities for collaboration,
multiple iteration, interactivity and seamless integration of media
and content distinguish this new form. Like the mass media that
precede it, the Internet presents a challenge and an opportunity
for aesthetic excellence.
Multimedia Arts Student
projects that integrate images, video, animation and sound.
connect(dis)connectuses simple, everyday human gestures to express how we are
connected to each other or disconnected from one another as the
result of electronic communication technology. The piece
combines live performers and interactive video to explore the
theme. This was a 2001 multimedia/dance performance piece
created in colaboration with the
Troika Ranch dance theater
company and Artist Image Resource fine art print studio. Latest performance 16 (R)evolutions
Since its inception, Dia has defined itself as a vehicle for the
realization of extraordinary artists' projects that might not
otherwise be supported by more conventional institutions. To this
end it has always sought to facilitate direct and unmediated experiences
between the audience and the artwork. Beginning in early 1995,
Dia initiated this series of artists' projects for the web by
commissioning significant projects from artists who are interested
in exploring the aesthetic and conceptual potentials of this medium.
Art on the Edge http://www.ylem.org/
YLEM is a non-profit international artists' organization based
in San Francisco which explores "the intersection of arts and
sciences..." focusing on new art media. Includes selected articles
from the YLEM Newsletter, artist information, web-based artists
works and links, news, shows and events.