Internet Art & Culture engages students in an online experience that involves an immersion in distributed studio practice, artistic production and collaborative study. Taught online by a remote instructor, the course involves: live, weekly class sessions via web-conferencing; the incorporation of social media and networked systems into the studio experience; readings by media critics, historians and scholars; the critique of online artworks by contemporary artists; asynchronous online discussion focusing on a broad range of historical, theoretic, aesthetic, and technological topics pertaining to the area of Internet art and culture.

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