ITP Students exhibit at IAC 120 foot video wall

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The Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) is a two-year graduate program at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU that explores the creative use of technology. In 2007, IAC posed a question for ITP students: What can you do with New York City’s newest and largest blank canvas, a 120 by 12 foot video wall at IAC’s new world headquarters designed by Frank Gehry. Excited by the idea, we developed a one-semester course, Big Screens, to take up the challenge and provide students with this unique opportunity to experiment, play and wrestle with the demands of this new platform.

Students in the class presented their work on December 12 in the IAC lobby.

Project information here:

http://itp.nyu.edu/bigscreens2008/

A nice write up from Gizmodo:

http://gizmodo.com/5110633/120-feet-of-video-art-final-exams-at-nyus-big-screens-class

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008
mly2 | Exhibitions,Featured,Uncategorized