EventDecember 8, 2016

2016 Explorations in Stereoscopic Imaging Course Exhibition

360° photo of class members standing around their chromostereoscopic 3D sidewalk chalk drawings. | Photo: Michael Scroggins

By Michael Scroggins

On Thursday (Dec. 8), CalArts School of Film/Video’s Explorations in Stereoscopic Imaging class, led by faculty Michael Scroggins, hosts an end-of-semester presentation of work in the Black and White Studio (Gallery A404). Titled OMNIA, the show features three-dimensional imagery created by the students in short video pieces, installations, paintings and interactive performances.

The event is a culmination of the class’s semester-long exploration of stereoscopy, a technique for creating the illusion of depth in an image using multiple methods, including placing offset images separately to the left and right eye of the viewer.

Participating artists include:

  • Fatima Al Mahr (BFA Art 17)
  • Alexander Beauregard (BFA Art 18)
  • Sian Bliss (MFA Film/Video 18)
  • Sophie Boch (BFA Art 19)
  • Luca Cioci (BFA Film/Video 18)
  • William Gagain (BFA Film/Video 19)
  • Jihyun Her (MFA Theater 18)
  • Laura Im (BFA Art 17)
  • Narae Kim (Theater MFA 16)
  • Michael Leisz (BFA Music 18)
  • Roksana Pirouzmand (BFA Art 17)
  • Elizabeth Tartikoff (BFA Film/Video 18)
  • Jason Tibi (BFA Art 17)

Event Details

OMNIA: The 2016 Explorations in Stereoscopic Imaging Course Exhibition

Dec. 8, 7 pm
Black and White Studio Gallery (A404), CalArts
24700 McBean Parkway, Valencia

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