Bytes of Attitude: Creative Responses to Technology in Society

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Black and White? Chromogenic Digital Print on Canvas by Gemma Dittmar, (detail of) 3x(594mmx841mm) Using Adobe Illustrator Thursday 8 June - Friday 23 June

By exploring issues related to technology and the human condition, Computer-Based Art and Design students investigate ways in which digital media can be applied in new and innovative ways.

They use graphics and imaging in new design technology to focus on their personal and professional development. The artwork in the exhibition is created, executed and displayed by the students.

Image (top): Gemma DITTMAR  Black and white? 2006. Chromogenic Digital Print on Canvas 3x(594mm x 841mm) Using Adobe Illustrator. Courtesy of the artist.

Stephanie Kesper. Mechanic Organic. Digital print 84.6 x 59.9cm. Photography, illustration, scanned water colour, painting. Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.

Image (bottom): Stephanie KESPER Mechanic organic 2006. Digital print 84.6 x 59.9cm. Photography, illustration, scanned watercolour, painting, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. Courtesy of the artist.

 

 

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