Media Theory for the 21st Century

Assignments

  • One blog post (and class presentation) analyzing a work of new media art, broadly conceived. Posts may address such practices and genres as codework, data visualization, digital video, haptic interfaces and other interactive installations, gaming, and algorithmic composition, as well as any literary uses of computational media. You may choose to feature your own work, to comment on one of the works on the syllabus, or to present another work to the class.
  • Three additional blog posts addressing themes and questions raised by the readings, class discussion, and/or other blog posts.
  • Final: collaborative electronic project
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  1. Schedule of Presentations:

    Jan. 22, Week 3:
    Kim Knight
    Kate Marshall

    Jan. 29, Week 4:
    Dave Shepard
    John Carpenter

    Feb. 5, Week 5:
    Tim Danner
    Michael Kontopoulos

    Feb 12, Week 6
    Harmony Bench
    Renee Hudson
    Dawn Fratini

    Feb. 19, Week 7
    Lindsay Hunter
    Sergio Figueiredo

    Feb. 26, Week 8
    Jeremy Schmidt

    March 4, Week 9
    Troy Johnson
    Zach Blas

    March 11, Week 10
    Jonathan Cohn
    Nick Roth

    Comment by nkhayles — January 22, 2008 @ 9:52 pm | Reply

  2. I believe that Kevin Moore and I asked to present on Week 5 as well…

    Comment by P.J. — January 23, 2008 @ 3:59 am | Reply

  3. Here is the revised schedule for the remaining presentations:

    Feb. 5, Week 5:
    Kevin Moore
    P.J. Emery

    Feb 12, Week 6
    Harmony Bench
    Renee Hudson
    Dawn Fratini
    Michael Kontopoulos

    Feb. 19, Week 7
    Lindsay Hunter
    Sergio Figueiredo

    Feb. 26, Week 8
    Jeremy Schmidt
    Tim Danner

    March 4, Week 9
    Troy Johnson
    Zach Blas

    March 11, Week 10
    Jonathan Cohn
    Nick Roth

    Comment by rraley — February 2, 2008 @ 2:21 am | Reply

  4. in a low-key manner, I was added to kate’s list of presentations for week 8 as well.

    Comment by jburch — February 7, 2008 @ 12:23 pm | Reply


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