DisKinekt was a collaborative work that featured a live, interactive performance using the Kinect camera to track the motion of Graduate dance students.
Poodleasaurus was a collaborative performance by two B.F.A. sculpture students, Ben Gale Shreck and Scott Ferguson. The barrel contained glass objects that would fall out of a small hole on its side as it was manually see-sawed back and forth.

University of Colorado, Boulder

Art & Art History Program


ARTS 4176/5176 New Directions in Digital Art

Spring 2012

About the Class

New Directions in Digital Art is a student driven, performance based, digital multi-media laboratory. Students explore integrated live digital sound and video performance, performance art with technology, movement, sculpture, and/or any form of time/space based creativity they would like to explore in an experimental and interdisciplinary manner. Studies include live improvisational collaborations, assigned class performances, digital production software studies, live, off campus performances, and studies in documentation techniques.