Professor Johannes DeYoung presents on Massive Collaborative Animation Projects, an international, intercollegiate, collaborative animation organization.
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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.
“Immortal on Screen” explores anxieties of transformation and self-preservation in an epoch of rapid cultural and technological change.
“AXxoN N.” is a group exhibition of works created in response to David Lynch’s 2006 film “Inland Empire.”
Professor DeYoung’s works include Hunger, a book drawn from his 2018 animation, and Lookie-Lookie, the debut imprint of his collaborative web-journal.
Organized as part of the IEEE Games, Entertainment, and Media conference in Galway, Ireland, “Labyrinths” brings together the work of 24 artists working in an interactive virtual reality platform.
Beginning in Fall 2018, Dr. Jongwoo Jeremy Kim will join the School as Associate Professor in the area of Critical Studies and Johannes DeYoung will join the School as Assistant Professor in the area of Electronic and Time-Based Media.
Johannes DeYoung is an artist whose work in experimental animation and time-based media explores themes of animism and human psychology.