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Marching Cubes @ xMPL

October 20-22, 2016. EAD professor Jesse Colin Jackson presented the first interactive installation of Marching Cubes at UCI’s world-class black box theater, the Experimental Media Performance Lab. Marching Cubes are modular units derived from a historic graphics algorithm of the same name. Marching Cubes units are connected by matching the colored faces. In a …

EAD courses 2015-16

Below are the courses being taught by Electronic Art and Design faculty  and teaching associates in the school year 2015-16. The courses for Fall are already open for enrollment; the courses for Winter and Spring are provisional and may change between now and then. Fall 2015 Art 50A: Matter and …

Jesse Jackson talk at Harvard

April 22, 2015. EAD professor Jesse Colin Jackson gave a talk entitled “Radiant city, twice removed: Toronto’s tower neighborhoods, aesthetically considered” at Harvard University’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. Professor Jackson  has been generating representations of Toronto’s tower neighborhoods since 2006. Jackson’s images evoke the designed and lived intensities of …

Winter 2014 EAD courses

In Winter 2014, EAD faculty members will be teaching the following undergraduate and graduate courses in the Art Department: Arts 11 (J Jackson)* Art 133 The Graphic Novel (LaFarge) Art 110B Mechatronics II (Penny) Art 215 Seminar in Interdisciplinary Studies (Penny) In addition, the following courses that count as electives …

New Faculty: Jesse Colin Jackson

This fall, the Art Department welcomed a new faculty member in the EAD area, Assistant Professor Jesse Colin Jackson. Jesse comes to us from OCAD in Canada, where he was on the Faculty of Design. He has a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Toronto, and a B.A.Sc. …