Barnard IMATS and CSC Launch Art + Tech Competition for $500 Development Grants
Barnard IMATS and the Computational Science Center (CSC) are holding a competition for art + tech proposals that use the Cyber Visualization Wall in Milstein 516. This competition is open to all undergraduate students in all disciplines at Barnard and Columbia – winning submissions will receive a $500 grant to develop their proposals. Show us what you’ve got!
We want to see proposals that embrace the medium and capabilities of the Visualization Wall - remember it’s touch sensitive! Winning submissions should engage directly with the medium (the Visualization Wall) and theme (technology). You can use technology (through design programs, coding, or digital art) to create art or make artistic interventions and/or you can use art as a medium to explore technology, the impact of technology on society, or technological concepts. You can submit digital art, a game design, utilize the interactive/touch aspects of the panels, or find clever ways to subvert our expectations.
Cyber Visualization Wall Details
- 6 interconnected (3x2), touch enabled panels
- Panels can also be used individually, e.g. up to 6 discrete devices can be projected at a time
- Windows 10 operating system
- Speakers/sound enabled
How to enter
Fill out this form by 11:59 pm ET on March 25th.
The top submissions will receive $500 to develop their projects in preparation for a showcase on April 25, 2022.
You must upload your proposal by 11:59 pm ET on March 25th.
Winners will be announced on April 1, 2022. Winning submissions will be awarded $500 to troubleshoot and develop their proposals in preparation for a showcase on April 25, 2022.