Courses / Undergraduate

Spring 2015

  • Digital Video: Architecture of Time

    185A | CCN: 31754

    Mark Berger

    Date and Time: MW 10-1P, 135 DWINELLE

    4 Units

    This hands-on studio course is designed to present students with a foundation-level introduction to the skills, theories, and concepts used in digital video production. As digital technologies continue to expand our notion of time and space, value and meaning, artists are using these tools to envision the impossible. Nonlinear and nondestructive editing methods used in digital video are defining new "architectures of time" for cinematic creation and experience, and offer new and innovative possibilities for authoring new forms of the moving image.