The Language of Dynamic Media

The Language of Dynamic Media: Works from the Dynamic Media Institute at the Massachusetts College of Art exhibition catalog features a wide range of work developed by students between 2000 and 2005 including interactive learning tools, application interfaces, studies in participatory narratives, motion and sound studies, physical interfaces, and multimedia installations.

Curated by the Dynamic Media Institute's Program Coordinator and Professor of Communication Design, Jan Kubasiewicz, the exhibit was organized with extensive help from its alumni, students, and faculty and held in MassArt's Doran Gallery.

In addition to the richly illustrated project work, the 200-page catalog includes:

  • Four essays by DMI professors:
    Motion Literacy and the Language of Dynamic Media by Jan Kubasiewicz; The Shaping of Things to Come by Brian Lucid; Teaching Design as Experience by Gunta Kaza; and Writing and the Language of Dynamic Media by Joe Quackenbush.
  • Thesis abstracts of all MFA degree candidates since 2000;
  • DMI course descriptions and curriculum structure, and;
  • An index of faculty, advisors, critics, DMI alumni and current students since 2000.

The Language of Dynamic Media Exhibition Catalog is available now for $29.95 (includes shipping). Please send check or money order payable to The Massachusetts College of Art and Design to:

Dynamic Media Institute
C/O: The Massachusetts College of Art and Design
621 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

Faculty and staff from accredited colleges and universities are eligible for review copies of The Language of Dynamic Media exhibition catalog.

For More Information:
E-mail Joe Quackenbush, Associate Professor of Communication Design, or call him at 617.879.7682.

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