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Fine Arts : Bradford Campus

This guide supports related courses and areas of inquiry.

New Genres/ New Media Art

Woman standing in front of digital landscape in "What a Loving, and Beautiful World," by Sisyu and the Ultra Technologist Group, 2012.

"What a Loving, and Beautiful World," the product of collaboration between Japanese calligrapher Sisyu

and the Ultra Technologist Group, teamLab.  Exhibition by Ikkan Art International, 2012.

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Areas of Investigation for Capstone Research

These are suggested areas of research for your Capstone project:

  • Artists of New Media Art
  • Criticism of New Media Art
  • History of New Media Art
  • Installation Art
  • Performance Art
  • Practices within New Media Art
  • Sound Art
  • Theory of New Media Art
  • Time Based Art
  • Video Art

Topics of Investigation for Capstone

These are a few suggested topics of inquiry:

  • Content Based New Media Art
  • Experiential New Media Art
  • Identity in New Media Art
  • Self in New Media Art

As this is a studio based subject, your project should be intertwined with your other area of study in the Interdisciplinary Arts Major as it pertains to a larger idea.  

Content, subject matter, technical, formal, and critical elements should all directly relate to and be investigated in your Capstone work.

Journal Article Search

Search for e-journals and other serials (i.e., magazines, and newspapers) by title, ISSN, or browsing. Use the PittCat Journal Finder that is in the top navigation of PittCat, or run a regular PittCat search.

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