Rodrigo A. Valenzuela
Exposes students to broad range of high-end video industry equipment, terminology and production/post skills while viewing art works and creating alternative activities and ideas. Work in electronic image gathering, digital A/B roll editing, motion control, video as related to performance and environmental art.
This is a course on the technical and conceptual elements of video art. Students will learn the basics of small format camera operation and become proficient in editing with Adobe Premiere through exercises, assignments, and the completion of a final project. Supplementing practical knowledge and technique, we will survey conceptual, cultural, and historical dimensions of single and multi-channel video art and explore how moving images create meaning and shape experience.
Student learning goals
Confidently navigate and utilize video equipment
Understand the basics of nonlinear editing
Demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical and historical dimensions of video art
Demonstrate an ability to think critically about time-based artworks
General method of instruction
Class assignments and grading
Weekly assignments and readings