Chandler McWilliams

 

 


 

Chandler McWilliams is a artist and writer living and working in Los Angeles. His work uses sculpture, text, and performance to cope with ethics, space, perception, and thought. Born in 1976 in Kansas City, Missouri, he spent his undergraduate years in Chicago studying film, photography, and political science. He later went on to complete graduate work in philosophy at The New School For Social Research in New York City, and in 2013 he received an MFA from the Program in Art at the California Institute of the Arts. He has taught workshops and at schools around the world including the School of Visual Arts, The Cooper Union, and currently teaches in the Design Media Arts program at UCLA. McWilliams has published pieces for academic journals and conferences and is the co-author of "Form + Code in Design, Art, and Architecture" (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010).

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This course is an introduction to writing code within the context of the visual arts. It asks two primary questions: What is the potential of software within the visual arts? As a designer or artist, why would I want (or need) to write software? Software influences all aspects of contemporary visual culture. Many established artists have integrated software into their process. Prominent architects and designers not only use software, they commission custom software to help them realize their unique ideas. The creators of every innovative video game and Hollywood animated film write custom software to enhance their work.

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