Artist Reception: June 12th, 5-7pm
Schedule and gallery locations TBA
The graduating class of the UC San Diego Visual Arts and Music departments' ICAM (Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts) program is proud to announce this year's Best of ICAM show.
Best of ICAM features works like short films, sculptures, interactive games, projection mapped installations, and more.
Come join us in celebrating the diverse body of work that the ICAM program has produced this year!
Featuring works by:
Hong Jing Ngov
+ more artists TBA
— The ICAM program in both the Music and Visual Arts departments draws upon, and aims to bring together, ideas and paradigms from computer science, art, and cultural theory. The departments take for granted that the computer has become a meta-medium and that artists and musicians working with computers are expected to combine different media forms in their works. This makes the program unique among other existing computer art or design programs.
The program also recognizes that creating sophisticated artistic works with computers requires a new model of the creative process, one that combines traditional artistic procedures with the experimental research characteristic of the sciences.