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Photos from Prototypes +/- : Trailblazing New Class Elevates Digital and Hybrid Media

Computational Sculpture class showcases student work

by Mika Munoz

The Doolin Gallery in the Owen Arts Center hosted a show on Thursday, December 5 for the students of Computational Sculpture class taught by Assistant Professor of Digital/Hybrid Media and Video Art Brittany Ransom. Prototypes +/- included works made throughout the semester as well as student final projects. Pieces were created using 3D modeling software such as Blender and Sketchup, 2D software such as Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, and fabricated using various techniques including 3D printing and laser cutting.  Computational Sculpture is a new 1000-level course, offered at Meadows for the first time in Fall 2013. 

Prototypes +/- was open to the public from Thursday, December 5 through Sunday, December 8.

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