A Crash Course in Art & Media Technology - Media Art x Photography

There are 4 events in this year's crash course in Art & Media Technology. You can join us at V2_ or watch the events online.

Nov 2021
19:00 to 22:00

Are you unfamiliar with the field of media art but interested in the impact of media technologies on society? Are you a student or young professional working in art, design or engineering who’s curious about how these fields meet? Then this crash course is for you!

Media Art x Photography

The art of photography is inextricably linked to technological innovation. The invention of the Kodak camera radically changed what could be photographed and by whom; when photography entered the digital realm, that democratization saw exponential growth. Today anyone with a smartphone can photograph anything anytime, instantly share their photographic art with anyone anywhere, and manipulate the reality they’ve documented in myriad ways. In this third unit of the Crash Course, we look at how media artists explore, use and misuse new possibilities in photography to reflect on these developments and challenge what photography is and can be. 

Crash Course Dates

October 12 - Media Art x Painting
October 19 - Media Art x Sculpture
November 2 - Media Art x Photography
November 16 - Media Art x Filmmaking




Combiticket to join all four events at V2
Combiticket to join all four events online
Single event tickets (V2_ & Online)

If you buy a ticket to join us online you will receive the link to join us one day before the event. If you join us at V2_ you will be asked to show your Coronapas at the door.

A Crash Course in Art & Media Technology 

With society increasingly shaped by media technologies, it’s important that more people actively join in the public debate around those technologies. Art has the potential to invite a wider audience into that debate and offer it new perspectives. To facilitate this, V2_Lab for the Unstable Media provides the annual Crash Course in Art & Media Technology. In the upcoming third season of the course, we’ll turn our focus to the places where media art and the visual arts intersect. In four connected modules, we’ll cover the impact media art has had on painting, sculpture, photography, and filmmaking.
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