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AHIS 215

Art and Technology

Instructor: Sandra Seekins, BA, MA (UBC)

Art History Department
Capilano University

Course Structure: 3.00 credits, (4,0,0) hrs, 15 wks

Course Description

Artists offer unique perspectives on technologies. The topic of art and technology has recently been given a new impetus as artists have become interested in digital technologies and cutting-edge bio-technologies (cloning, genetic engineering). Yet the relationship between art and technology is not new, but ancient. Examining their interaction is vital, particularly given our current situation of rapid change. The topic will be of interest to students in both the humanities and the sciences.

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