PHOT 313: Experimental Imaging

In a directed workshop setting, students will undertake a series of assigned projects designed to address the ways in which digital cultures have expanded the context of contemporary photographic practices in technical, theoretical and historical terms. This expanded context places photography and digital imaging in proximity to the varied practices of contemporary art in general. Students will be introduced to a range of non-traditional photographic processes and platforms, which may include experimental scanning techniques, lomography, polaroid transfers, and printing on unconventional surfaces. Considerations of both input and output strategies will inform students of the varied strategies of image production characteristic of contemporary art. Student production will be based on an advanced level of technical and artistic research.

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Completion of 51 credits, including any 200-level PHOT

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