Graduate Integrated Practices and New Forms
The Integrated Practices and New Forms Curriculum fosters an interdisciplinary approach to creative inquiry, studio, and post-studio practice that provides space for investigating emerging and unconventional forms of visual and conceptual expression. Students will be challenged to work across multiple disciplines and fields of knowledge, both visual and non-visual. They will gain experience working within different systems of inquiry simultaneously, reflecting the reality of art practices today. Integrated Practices catalyze social exchange through interactive media such as installation, video / film, sound, computer / web based media, site-specific and research driven processes and collaborative or community oriented projects. The curriculum offers a critical examination of the interrelations between artists, their works, and their intended audiences.
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By current graduate students: Naroa Lizar, Nelson Plaza, and Patrick Rowe