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
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.