Kinetic Imaging is a program dedicated to media traditionally referenced as video, sound, and animation art.
Critical thinking and innovation is vital as these historical definitions are reexamined in the context of ever-evolving media theory and technological possibilities. Students engage in multiple modes of expression and communication, with an emphasis on empowering their unique, artistic voice; modes include abstract, narrative, documentary, and the poetical. Tools of choice range from low-tech explorations to hi-tech. Media used encompass a broad range including 3D computer graphics, hand-drawn imagery, interactive environments, sound recording and composition, and hi-def video.
- engage in critical thinking is an active part of the studio practice
- learn interactive art practices, new media art forms and the humanization of technology
- become socially engaged, understanding the role and impact of media in society and culture.
- learn the history of these media forms to inform the present
- explore the potential of kinetic media to engage in its ongoing trajectory
Students develop the technical skills required for professional work in a variety of media industries, but more importantly learn critical thinking and observation, creative self-expression, and the application and significance of media being defined in the digital age.
The Kinetic Imaging faculty members are professional, internationally recognized artists who are actively engaged in their work and the ongoing critical discussions in their fields.