Filter Bubble is an Art & Technology Student Exhibition open to the public Wednesday, December 7, 2016 to Friday, December 9, 2016. Located in Hopkins Hall Gallery, Lobby, Corridors, Collaboratory and New Media Labs – all on the first floor of Hopkins Hall.
Reception: Wednesday, December 7 from 5-8 PM
Filter Bubble is a themed, new media art exhibition that examines the hyper-personalization of information surrounding each of us, based on algorithms that are trained by our individual interests and world views. Students working in 3D animation, 3D modeling and rapid prototyping, robotic art, internet art, game art, and moving image art forms will exhibit their investigations into the meanings, consequences, and futures of a citizenship shaped by like-minded viewpoints.
What does it take to break your filter bubble? Is it possible to see through someone else’s?
The Center for Ethics and Human Values, is offering awards to artists in the exhibition – and throughout the Department of Art Open House – who have made compelling artwork related to the theme of Inequality.
Moral concern with inequality is about far more than economic inequality. It is also about political, legal, educational, and health inequalities and how these interact with each other. And it’s about how these inequalities connect with underlying issues of race, gender, ethnicity, religion, LGBTQ status, geography, and other factors. These different dimensions of inequality are often difficult to appreciate, especially when we do not experience them firsthand. An artwork can change this. An artwork can force us to confront the significance of inequalities we often overlook. Submissions will be evaluated both for artistic merit and for how they explore issues related to the COMPAS theme.
This contest is open to:
- Graduate and undergraduate students currently enrolled in a class in the Department of Art
- Grand Prize, $500
- Up to 3 awards of excellence, $250 each
- Up to 12 awards of distinction, $50 each