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Announcing: An Exhibition of Student Projects!

25 April 2010 / announcement, exhibition, pedagogy, studio

What: Projects from “Special Topics in Interactive Art & Computational Design
Carnegie Mellon STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, CFA-111
Wednesday, 28 April 2010, 4:30-6:00pm

Golan LEVIN (Associate Professor of Electronic Art) and Patrick Gage KELLEY (Teaching Assistant and PhD Student, CS), are proud to present capstone projects and other treats from our interdisciplinary Spring 2010 course, Special Topics in Interactive Art & Computational Design, in which 22 students from seven departments — Art, Architecture, Design, Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction, Electrical Engineering, and Entertainment Technology — spanning the full range from freshmen to doctoral students — have explored computation as a medium for curiosity-driven experimentation!

COME SEE information visualizations … augmented realities … interactive robotics … generative form fabrication … contestational retrosurveillance …mobile software … speech-driven gaming … computational inflatables … crowd-sourced psychoanalytics … 2D and 3D game design … culture analysis machines … useful web services … and freestyle computing hacks … all developed in arts-oriented computing environments like PROCESSING, OPENFRAMEWORKS, FLASH and ARDUINO.

Poster for Class Exhibition. 4-28-2010

Featuring new works by: Caryn AUDENRIED, Solomon BISKER, Amanda BURRIDGE, Richard CAMERON, Justin EDMUND, Mehrdad GHODS, Max HAWKINS, Michael HILL, Xiaoyuan JIANG, Nara KASBERGEN, Jessica MENG, Jon MILLER, Alyssa REUTER, Matthew SANDLER, Paul SHEN, Jordan SINCLAIR, Gabriela URIBE, Karl D.D. WILLIS, Kuan Ju WU, Cheng XU, David YEN, & Raymond YUN. This exhibition was made possible with generous support from the Fine Foundation; the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, and the CMU School of Art.

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