The MFA Computer Art Department is presenting “Digital Manifestations,” an exhibition of thesis projects bringing together digital video, 3D animation, motion graphics and interactive installations. The exhibition, curated by Charley Lewis, is at the Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26 Street, 15th floor, until June 4, with a reception on Thursday, May 26, 6 – 8pm.
Projects include: Ashley Gerst’s Cat Tunnel, a blend of 3D, 2D and stop motion animation about a young woman and her cat; Jason Kass’ Second Nature, a series of abstract paintings and drawings placed among videos of rendered natural scenes; and Alan Schaffer’s InInternetWeTrust, an interactive audio-visual installation where the user can explore a 3D virtual environment. To see images and get more information about the show, visit the exhibition page on the SVA site.
Image: Alan Schaffer, InInternetWeTrust, 2011.