Thursday, May 2 - Friday, May 3
5 – 10pm
Free and open to the public
MFA Computer Art 2013 Thesis Presentations include short talks and videos of graduating students’ work. Thursday presentations will highlight fine art and motion graphics. Friday night will feature 3D animation. Both events will be streaming live at new.livestream.com/MFAComputerArt/Thesis2013.
The presentations showcase the graduates’ approaches to different themes and modes of creative self-expression in the digital arts. Over 50 thesis projects incorporate a variety of media, materials and cutting-edge technologies that address a range of topics. The presenting artists also made use of different programming languages, digital fabrication methods, artificial intelligence, computer vision and human-computer interaction – as well as traditional art production methods to realize their creations. Linear video works include single and multi-channel installations exploring both narrative and abstract expression through 3D animation, motion graphics and traditional animation.
For presentation schedule, call 212.592.2778 or visit www.mfaca.sva.edu