RISD Digital+Media Graduate Student Journal 2009

Frauke Behrendt, Teri Rueb

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Abstract

This Journal brings together papers from students from the class of 2009 as they complete their final year of the MFA graduate program in Digital+Media at the Rhode Island School of Design. A wide range of topics is covered, reflecting the inter-disciplinarity and breadth of student work in the department. The contributions are grouped along the key themes Form and Material, Digital Aesthetics, Cultural Connections, Site and Performance. They aim to communicate the specificity of the digital to a broader art and media audience, to provide a vivid documentation of the work and the process, and to situate the work in the wider art and media context, including contemporary and historic developments. This Journal is edited by Frauke Behrendt and Teri Rueb and more information about it is available at the Digital+Media website http://dm.risd.edu.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRISD
Place of PublicationProvidence
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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ISBN: 9780578020600

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Behrendt, F., & Rueb, T. (2009). RISD Digital+Media Graduate Student Journal 2009. Providence: RISD.
Behrendt, Frauke ; Rueb, Teri. / RISD Digital+Media Graduate Student Journal 2009. 2009. Providence : RISD.
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