Decoding Digital, an exhibition that explores how Pratt students and alumni create, code, imagine, and innovate in the digital sphere, will be on display through March 31 in the Pratt Brooklyn Library.

The exhibition presents the work of one current Pratt student and 14 alumni who are using digital technologies in new and innovative ways: artists who have transitioned from traditional methods to digital techniques; designers exploring the possibilities of new technologies; online educators; developers of online experiences; information professionals; architects; and cultural producers who have followed a digital path throughout their professional careers.

Decoding Digital considers the digital revolution’s impact on creative work, obstacles presented by evolving technologies, and the strategies used by artists to become successful digital creative professionals. The exhibition is produced by the Center for Career & Professional Development (CCPD). More information can be found on its website.

Featured Pratt students and alumni include: Nasreen Alkhateeb, B.F.A. ’07; Olga Andreyava, B.F.A. ’14; Jill Baker, M.F.A. ’81; Hannah Barton, M.S. ’13; Shawn Capizzi, B.F.A. ’01; Chloe Cooke-Warren, B.F.A. ’05; Soum Ghosh, M.S. ’12; Christopher Lee Martin, B.F.A. ’03; Hannah Mishin, B.F.A. ’05; Mary Rieser Heintjes, M.F.A. ’85; Max Rose, B.F.A. ’09; Jordan Saia, B.F.A. ’03; Gretel Schwartzott, M.I.D. ’01; Takayo Seto, M.F.A. ’99; and Maria Yuroos, B.F.A. ’05.

Decoding Digital will be on display in the Pratt Brooklyn Library through Monday, March 31.