Oct 18, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog
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ASPH 3390 - Experimental Camera


Credits: 3

Introduces students to non-traditional approaches to lens-based art practice. From historical optical devices like the camera obscura, to alternative ways of creating imagery using traditional capture devices (both still and/or moving), students explore the possibilities and limitations of creating artwork with a camera. The majority of this studio class is dedicated to the processes of making artwork. Students are also introduced to historical and contemporary experimental approaches to image-making and read and discuss art theory when relevant. The specific processes and concepts introduced are determined by the instructor and may vary semester to semester. Materials required for the semester vary but may include: DSLR Camera, film camera, and/or other historical film and contemporary digital image-capture devices.  Prerequisite: ASPH 1300  or instructor permission.



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