This April at Texas Woman’s University, the North Texas Digital Fabrication Group will host “Humanizing the Digital”, a symposium that will consider ways in which new technologies are reconnecting us with our humanity. In conjunction, there will be a juried exhibition of student artwork incorporating the use of these new processes. The purpose of the exhibition will be to show the range of potential expression made available by digital fabrication, especially in ways that relate to the theme of the symposium. We are particularly interested in work incorporating handmade elements, and we also welcome work that explores an aesthetic of imperfection or failure.
Both undergraduate and graduate students from all art and design fields incorporating digital fabrication technologies in their work are encouraged to submit their work for consideration.