Time based art includes media such as performance, sound and video. Work can be shown in traditional gallery presentations, site-specific installations, performances and public screenings. Time based art is a production of creative research.
Check the course catalog for descriptions and prerequisites.
- ART 280 - Time and Motion
- ART 335 - Intermedia, Mixed Media, Time-Based Art and Installation
- ART 385 - Time-Based Art
- ART 386 - Experimental Video Production: Narrative and Documentary
Art Studio Areas of Study
Two more fantastic projects from Chris E. Vargas' 2D Experimental Animation class. The students worked together on each of these projects. Enjoy!
These projects are a selection of works from Chris E. Vargas' 2D Experimental Animation class. The works utilize a variety of techniques such as rotoscope (frame-by-frame tracing of live-action footage), 2D camera-based stop-motion (using materials ranging from cut paper to paint-on-glass), digital animation (using Adobe After Effects and Animate), as well as a blend of multiple techniques in one! Enjoy!
Students in Chris E. Vargas' 397Z class produced these animations using only using the tools available to them: cameras, phones, laptops, and whatever materials they had on hand.
Samples include a rotoscope project (frame-by-frame tracing of live-action footage) and a 2D stop-motion project, among many other skillful and imaginative works.