This site is a companion to the pop-up exhibition that was generated by Professor Ivan Gaskell’s Tangible Things class in the fall of 2012. Each week students brought in an object related to a field of academic study and the resulting collection represented the range of everyday things we find in our world.
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By the end of a busy semester, actually making it to a museum to see the art we study can become a secondary priority. Luckily, those who like cats and art–actually, many of us at the BGC–can get a little more (non-academic) […]
This site is the result of the coursework completed by the fall 2012 course Media & Materiality. The site combines object, important events, thematic essays, chronographies and visualizations to describe the relationship between immaterial media texts and material media technologies. Each path of inquiry, typography, photography, and moving images, can be experienced multi-modally and non-linearly […]