Diverse Code & Language Projects from First-Year MFA Students

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As part of a three course intensive in the first semester, MFA first-year media students take Code & Language, where they learn a combination of history of code and use of code in artistic practice. They are then given instruction in some specific tools used in contemporary art, such as Max/MSP, Processing, and Isadora. Interactivity, sound looping, user-driven video, and program-driven graphics were some of the experiment results in this year’s presentations¬†last Friday. (photos by Lilli Kayes)

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