Using Digital Technology in a Fine Art Practice
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The rapid changes in digital technology have led many artists across all creative platforms to incorporate digital media to their practices. In this paper, I demonstrate how fine artists can successfully employ computer programs and digital tools in their practices by referring to the works of Shirin Neshat and my own studio practice. In particular, I will evaluate and explore the efficacy of using a data projector and its desirable visual effect outcomes in body projection through discussing a body of my recent works made during my candidature at Queensland College of Art in 2014. Furthermore, this paper also highlights the assistance of Adobe programs in generating ideas and compositional provisions for non-digital painting purposes.
Conference Proceedings of CreateWorld 2015: A Digital Arts Conference
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Communication Technology and Digital Media Studies