Fall 2010 - Undergraduate Course Description
Intructor:
Benedicto, Mary
Discipline and Number
ARTS 3376 Section: 001
Day:
T Time: 10:00 AM - 12:45 PM
Course Title:
Video Painting

DESCRIPTION OF COURSE:


ARTS 3376 Time-Based Art (3 semester hours) Exploration of the conceptual demands inherent in the creation of time based visual art. Topics may include computer animation, video processes, interactive visual arts, and the potential of narrative models. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (6 hours maximum). Prerequisite: ARTS 1316, ARTS 2316, ARTS 2350, ARTS 2380, or ARTS 2381. (0-3) T


Artists are living in a time where visual language is being redefined by
technological means. In this course the visual dialogue of painting will be
applied to the moving image. The digital software will influence and shape
the ways the student perceives and carries out the practice of video
painting. The visual dialogue of painting will be applied to motion graphics.
This will be primarily evident in the way the application of the software
process is applied to the graphics. The projects are geared so that images,
color grids and found video will be transformed by applying effects, filters
and modes. A variety of image material will be utilized such as still
photography, text, color grids and appropriated open source video. The
images and video will be treated on a timeline in After Effects through the
use of key frames affecting the opacity, scale, position and rotation of
objects along with filters.

REQUIRED TEXTS:

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COURSE REQUIREMENTS/EVALUATION CRITERIA:

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