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The objective of this course is to provide students with hands-on production experience while familiarizing them with the various visual and textual discourses that surround traditional and contemporary disciplines within media art. Many disciplines covered in this course share common histories and inter-related studio practices, interdisciplinary work is therefore encouraged.

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SART 190

Media Art I

Instructor: Toni Latour

Studio Art Department
Capilano University

Course Structure: 3.00 credits, (4,1.5,0) hrs, 15 wks

Chelsea Doyle, Spin, video installation, 2006

Course Description

This course introduces students to time-based art practices, including sound, installation and video art, as they relate to the visual arts.  The objective is to provide students with hands-on production experience while familiarizing them with the various visual and textual discourses that surround contemporary time-based disciplines.

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