DESGN-6630-4: Studio 1: Drawing Machines
- Subject: Graduate Design
- Type: Workshop
- Delivery Mode: In-Person
- Level: Graduate
- Campus: San Francisco
- Course Dates: September 03, 2019 — December 13, 2019
Thu 4:00-07:00PM, San Francisco - Grad Center - GC2
Tue 4:00-07:00PM, San Francisco - Grad Center - GC20A
- Instructors: Martin Venezky, Matt Johnson
- Units: 6.0
- Enrolled: 0/12
In this course students will create, analyze, and deploy assistive and autonomous tools for art making. Discourse will focus on the collaborative, augmentative, and translational nature of the tool/hand relationship. Built processes will veer between disciplined refinement and wild chaos. Bashing, hacking, disrupting, and refining will push both discourse and content into elegant working objects as well as aesthetic 2D output. Projects will culminate in a final showcase of both made mark and a display of the machine.
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