The Experimental Art curriculum focuses on strategies of artistic productivity and their implementation, rather than a single medium or clearly defined artistic product. This entails a focus on a wide variety of media including video, photography, film, sound, drawing, performance, and computer-based techniques. If you haven't guessed already, this curriculum is open for...drum roll please...experimentation.
The tension between cultural, scientific, socio-critical, and technical discourses and individual perception engenders excitement and curiosity. Engaging in experimentation – playing amongst these discourses – can generate unexpected findings, and hopefully unconventional outcomes.
The Experimental Art curriculum is an artistic laboratory of creative freedom.