Wed, Nov 07, 2012 @ 03:00 PM - 04:30 PM
USC Viterbi School of Engineering
Reception to follow.
Admission is free.
Join artists Evan Bissell and Erik Loyer as they discuss their digital project, The Knotted Line, and its relationship to activism, art and new media. The Knotted Line is an interactive, tactile laboratory for exploring the historical relationship between freedom and confinement in the United States. With miniature paintings of over 50 historical moments from 1495-2025, The Knotted Line asks: how is freedom measured? Just as importantly, The Knotted Line imagines a new world through the work of grassroots movements for self-determination. Erik and Evan will discuss their collaborative process, its connections to the digital and public humanities, and the role of activism in the arts.
Sponsored by the Department of American Studies and Ethnicity, the Institute for Multimedia Literacy and the Center for Transformative Scholarship.
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Posted By: Daria Yudacufski