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Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 12

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 12

End of an era. Last Digital Theory & Aesthetics assessment, last assessment for the semester and the last essay I’ll do as an undergraduate. It’s a shame the word limit was so small, I could’ve ranted for pages. Maybe not worthy rant, but extensive nonetheless. […]

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 06

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 06

As I’ve often a tendency to do, I tried to be overly clever with my (very) short essay on interaction this week. Basing my paper on Robert Morris’ Plywood Show (1964), I had to express in just 300 words why I thought his work was […]

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 04

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 04

Just a brief post, this one. Something like a ‘statement of intention’. For this subject, we need to select a work that we consider fits with the topic we’ve been asked to research. For myself, this is interactivity. I spend a lot of my time […]

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 01

Digital Theory & Aesthetics – Week 01

Class Following on from what we did in Screen Culture last session, Digital Theory & Aesthetics takes a more focused look at some of the theory involved with creative practice in the digital arts. Being one of those ‘course outline walkthrough’ classes, we did little […]