Electronic Arts at the University of New Mexico is an interdisciplinary experimental program within the Department of Art & Art History. The program fosters an atmosphere of radical creativity and thoughtful engagement with emergent and established technologies. Students are expected to make work that comments on, engages with, and expands our notions of what technology based art can be through courses that explore high tech immersive environments alongside consumer electronic hacking and simple analog circuit building. Labs are equipped with industry standard software as well as free open source analogous software options. Studio production is coupled with critical inquiry into the relationship between art, technology, politics, society and culture.

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ELECTRICITY CAN KILL YOU

Opening Reception – June 18, 2016 5pm – 7pm
113 4th St NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico

As part of our statewide New Media New Mexico project the Electronic Arts area of the Department of Art at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque will present and exhibition of Media Art at the College of Fine Arts Downtown Gallery (CFAD). The show will present work of Faculty and graduate MFA students.

Faculty Artists
Mary Tsiongas
Claudia X. Valdes
Lee Montgomery

MFA Artists
Julianne Aguilar
Liz Shores
Ruben Olguin
Ayrton Chapman
Mira Woodson