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3.00 credits | May be repeated for a total of 9 credits.
Prerequisites: ART 2610; open to juniors or higher; open only to Art majors, non-majors with instructor consent
Grading Basis: Graded
Investigation of the interaction between traditional processes and digital technology in the conception and making of sculptural objects and installations. Introduces design and fabrication methods such as 3D scanning, CAD (computer aided design) programs, and CAM (computer aided manufacturing) tools that include 3D printing, CNC routing, and laser cutting. Presentations, discussions, and critiques explore the social and cultural significance of digital fabrication, and the presence of digital processes in contemporary art.