Dates extended through Friday, June 10. Works by UC Irvine students Corrine Chan, Azia Foster, Noe Gaytan, JoAnn Do Hockersmith, Mitchell Klein, Kelly Mayfield, Maivy Nguyen, Dorothy Phan, and Brandon Wilhelm
TICK is an exhibition of kinetic works by undergraduate students enrolled in the Digital Arts Exhibition class that address notions of interactivity, repetition, change, reflexivity, destruction, nature, and play, among other virtual investigations. Through the filter of each artist’s creative assessment, these examinations manifest into various forms to be viewed and experienced.
The Digital Arts Exhibition class offered through the Beall Center for Art + Technology and the Claire Trevor School of the Arts at UC Irvine is centered on exploring, producing, and exhibiting works that integrate the history and future of new media technologies.
Major funding for the Digital Arts Exhibition class is generously provided by the Beall Family Foundation.