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EAD faculty publications

Fall 2016. Recent books with contributions by EAD faculty include: The Oxford Handbook of Critical Improvisation Studies from Oxford University Press, edited by George Lewis and Ben Piekut, with essays by Simon Penny and Antoinette LaFarge (2016) Social Media Archeology and Poetics, edited by Judy Malloy, with an essay by …

Everything But the Monkey’s Head

June-July 2016.  EAD faculty member Antoinette LaFarge was the third participant in the Los Angeles-based Institute of Cultural Inquiry’s ongoing residency series entitled With Everything But the Monkey’s Head. The project goal was to build a theory of visual research by examining actual practice-based research projects in progress. Professor LaFarge …

Art+Feminism Editathon

March 6, 2016. UC Irvine is hosting an Art+Feminism Wikipedia Editathon in honor of Women’s History Month. It will be held Sunday, March 6, 2016, 2–6 pm, in the Multimedia Resources Center, Room 164, Ayala Science Library. Hosting it are Arts librarian Emilee Mathews, Art graduate student Kelly Donahey, and …

A World That Falls Apart in One Hour

December 3, 2015. UC Irvine students in Art 100: Experimental Media Performance presented an evening of interactive and performative installations in the school’s black box Experimental Media Performance Lab (xMPL). It was an exciting event, with a dozen unique projects inviting audience engagement in many different ways.  The students designed …

The Land Mark Show

EAD faculty member Antoinette LaFarge is currently showing work in The Land Mark Show at the Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe. The show’s major themes are human traces on the land, land use, and fractured utopian visions of nature. Three photographic panoramas from Professor LaFarge’s “Western Waters” series are …

Wikipedia summer editathon

EAD faculty member Antoinette LaFarge will be leading a Wikipedia editathon for new and experienced editors on Saturday, June 20th from noon to 5 pm at the Institute of Cultural Inquiry in Los Angeles. The focus of this editathon will be international women in the arts, and there will be …

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 …

Interactive art projects 2014

In the fall of 2014, students in Art 106A created a set of interactive art projects using the Max graphical programming interface. Below are a selection of projects from the class. James Barnes’s Our Thoughts Shaped By Their Walls is a two-channel interactive video in which the viewer navigates through …

Panel on Wikipedia + Feminism

April 1, 2015. EAD professor Antoinette LaFage took  part in a panel on Wikipedia and feminism at the New School in New York, organized by Anne Balsamo. The topic was systemic gaps in participation in editing Wikipedia, where the editor base is currently 87% male. Other panelists included Marcea Decker …

Feminist encounters with Wikipedia

EAD faculty member Antoinette LaFarge is taking part in a panel entitled “Feminist Encounters with Wikipedia” at the New School, New York, on April 1, 2015. The topic is systemic gaps in participation in editing Wikipedia, where the editor base is currently 87% male. Unsurprisingly, consistent underrepresentation is also reflected …