Blending computer animation with experimental processes in painting and drawing, Johannes DeYoung’s work explores themes of animism and human psychology.
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Professor Johannes DeYoung and co-curator Federico Solmi present “Strange Loops,” a group exhibition that explores the anxieties and conflicting emotions brought about by rapid technological change. The exhibition in on view at Artspace New Haven December 14, 2019 through February 29, 2020. “Strange Loops” bridges a gap in the ongoing exploration of mass media’s hegemonic… Read more »
Featuring Alisha Wormsley, Jaume Plensa, Hilton Als, Johannes DeYoung, Walid Raad, Renée Stout, and Stephanie Syjuco
As part of the screening program “Video Snack,” Professor Johannes DeYoung will screen his recent animation “Sea [Sic].”
The research partnership was announced at the 2019 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Chicago, IL on October 16.
Professr DeYoung presents a talk, “Augmentations in the Palace of Culture,” about real-time animation and collaborative practice.
The exhibition features new work by Professor DeYoung in an exhibition title “Sea [Sic],” running August 8 through February 2.
Professor Johannes DeYoung presents on Massive Collaborative Animation Projects, an international, intercollegiate, collaborative animation organization.
Professor Johannes DeYoung spoke with Patrick O’Shea of “The Versatilist” podcast, to discuss practice and pedagogy in immersive media art.
Professor Johannes DeYoung will present “Labyrinths,” a virtual reality exhibition that features works by DeYoung and 23 other artists.