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Time-based Media

The Time-based media area of concentration focuses on the creation of artwork that is temporal in character. Students within time-based media explore a number of methods and forms to define personal and/or collaborative practices such as, web media, digital video, experimental animation, interactive installation, and performance art. Technical instruction is woven with conceptual and methodological approaches to time-based media. Students are asked to develop innovative approaches to time-based media within the discourses of contemporary theory and art practice. test...

Time-based Media FACULTY

Chris Reillycreilly@emich.edu
Ryan Molloymryan7@emich.edu

Time-based Media Courses

ADPM 304 Animation, Video, & Moving Image

This course explores concepts and methods commonly used in the production of time-based media in an art context. The course provides a technical foundation by engaging students in a rotating set of techniques used for the creation of time-based artworks such as non-linear video editing, sound, video compositing, animation, and motion graphics. The course also introduces students to historic and contemporary practitioners in time-based media.


Prereq: AD 127

ADPM 320 Photo/New Media Workshop

An intensive art studio focused on the exploration and study of topics relevant to Photo/New Media studies. This course offers rotating conceptual and technical themes that relate to core competencies in both Photography and New Media.


Prereq: AD 300W, (successful completion of the Foundations Portfolio Review), and (two of the following: ADPM 301, ADPM 302, ADPM 303, ADPM 304)

ADPM 302 Creative Coding

This course explores programmatic and interactive techniques to create experimental works of art. The course engages students with appropriate scripting languages used to create interactive and generative work for web, screen, print and physical output. Conceptual and methodological approaches to programming and interactive media are discussed. No previous programming experience is necessary.


Prereq: AD 127

AD 401 Advanced Porfolio I

An advanced course that focuses on students’ personal development of a body of work using contemporary art methods. Emphasizes the individual student’s development of a personal line of creative inquiry, which is supported by a sound conceptual foundation and is executed through appropriate technical means. Intended for students from Photography/New Media, 2D, and 3D concentrations.



Prereq: AD2D 320, AD2D 321, AD3D 320, or ADPM 320

AD 402 Advanced Porfolio II

An advanced course that continues goals and accomplishments from Advanced Portfolio I. Students will further develop a body of work using contemporary art methods through self-directed projects. Intended for students from Photography/New Media, 2D, and 3D concentrations.


Prereq: AD 401

ADPM 333 Interactive Media

This course explores networked and interactive techniques to producing experimental works of art. The course engages students with appropriate programming techniques, frameworks, and physical hardware used to create web-based, mobile and interactive art. Conceptual and methodological approaches to interactive media are discussed.

Prereq: ADPM 302