The Edna Manley College’s New Media and Process class is represented in the Digital exhibition, which opened today and will be on view until July 4:
The New Media and Process Class comprises of 2nd and 3rd year students of the Edna Manley College and the following students have participated in this project: Akeem Bell, Yashique Clarke, Tudi-Ann Christie, Jodian Gordon, Kimberly Henry, Trishaunna Henry, Amoy Kerr, Chad McPherson, Asheika McNab, Jo Benee Morris, Jordan Morris, Caria-Gaye Oldham, Myelle Peralto, Pierrce Plummer, Shemar Sanderson, Norbert Smellie, Kayon Smith, Savion Stevens, and Christoff Studniczka.
About the Work
The New Media and Process course asks students to rethink digital processes and platforms which are currently integrated in their life in an art-making context. For this 2016 term, nineteen students from this cohort were asked to critique and subvert Instagram and its popular culture tropes.
The products of this project can be found on Instagram using the <#ednanewmediaandprocess1> hashtag.