• Looking beyond the visual: considering multi-sensory experience and education with video art in installation 

    Spont, Marya Helen (2010-05)
    This study problematizes how the history, theory, and practice of art education (as documented) have predominantly focused on visually-based artworks and on visual aspects of other, multi-sensory artworks. I posit that ...
  • Media hacking 

    Stanley, Jeffrey Charles (2011-05)
    Jeffrey Charles Stanley is an M.F.A. Candidate in Transmedia in the Department of Art and Art History. The Artist, Jeff Stanley, Works as a cultural “hacker” and critical “terrorist” with the aid of video and the internet. ...
  • Negotiating documentary space 

    Rudin, Daniel (2012-05)
    This essay attempts to propose an art practice based on an ethical and aesthetic relation of author, subject, and viewer. This relationship is productive of results that are seen as critical to a precise, useful, and ethical ...
  • T0WARD CY83RGN0S1S 

    Stuckey, Rachel Meredith (2016-05-03)
    Can we experience enchantment with cyberspace as we can with outer space? Can late-night web browsing provide unexpected encounters equivalent to those had in the space between radio frequencies? These questions drive my ...
  • Visitor interaction with video art 

    Neumann, Sara Tess (2012-12)
    The purpose of this study was to see how visitors to the Landmarks Video media station in the Art Building at The University of Texas at Austin described how they make meaning while watching video art and what learning ...