Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice
The program's central focus is a utilization and critical engagement of digital media that leads to research into areas as diverse as interactive sculpture, cyber gender, non-narrative motion graphics, online privacy or bio art and is supportive to different models of individual or collaborative art practice. The first cohort of DIAP students will graduate in the Spring of 2014, but already works by current DIAP students have been selected for the 2013 Asian Art Biennial", National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan and the 11th Biennal of Media Arts at the National Museum of Arts in Chile.
DIAP is a research community where students work both individually and collaboratively on creative projects in digital media art. Projects are conceptually and thematically driven and students will research tools and processes to fit the project, not the reverse. Wherever appropriate to the project, we encourage integration of traditional media or processes and methodologies from biology, computer science, math, psychology or other areas of potential interdisciplinary connection and exploration.