Due Dates

BLOG / Journal Entry Research on Internet Art Sites and Initial Concepts for your project - Monday February 18 - Class 12

Completed Project Final working version turned in on server - Wednesday March 12 - Class 17



Brief

Create an artwork that is concepted and developed to live soley on the Internet and be experienced via a web browser - use (X)HTML / CSS and JavaScript.


Objectives

To further develop technical skills in (X)HTML / CSS and incorporate new skills in JavaScript. To develop conceptual skills related to creating artwork for an internet-only experience.


Methodology

Develop the Project following these steps:

Research
Look at examples of internet art and / or find other examples on your own - explore the artworks both for content and by viewing the code of the web pages - research how these artworks were made - what technologies were used. Think about what you would like to do for your project - what kind of experience do you want to create? Do you want to create a narrative or sequential work - an impression - a statement - a re-contextualization of other work - a exploration of the medium or technologies / tools?

Write about your research and initial ideas for your project in your journal / blog.

Development During the time for this project - along with JavaScript demos - there will be studio time and an opportunity for individual conferences to disucss your work


Final Version
Turn in completed website for grading



Constraints

No WYSIWYG (Whay You See is What You Get - i.e. - Dreamweaver, FrontPage etc.) software editors - all pages are to be created by hand coding using BBEdit.



Submission Requirements

BLOG / Journal

Add the entry for your research / initial concept to your exisiting blog / journal by the due date.

Final Version for Grading

Place all files in one folder and put them on the server in the location specified by instructor.



Grading

You will be graded on your ability to complete the assignment and meet all deadlines associated with the project.

You will be graded on concept, technical and creative aspects of your project.

This project will be worth 20% of your final grade.


Please note

Ask any questions during the project in class or contact me by email or stop by office hours to clarify any questions you have about the project.