Kevin Hoth is a photographer whose work focuses on three distinct areas: the manner in which multiple spaces can be formed into a singular frame, how emptiness can be visualized and depticted, and how meaning is ascribed in photographic representations. Kevin’s work has been shown in over eighty exhibitions nationally and internationally including most recently The Houston Center for Photography, The Center For Fine Art Photography (Fort Collins, CO), The Colorado Photographic Arts Center (Denver, CO), and online in Humble Arts Foundation New York’s Year In Reverse. Fraction magazine also recently featured his portfolio Everywhere And All At Once in Issue 105. This series will be featured this March in a group show at Walker Fine Art in Denver, Colorado.
analog and digital imaging, photography, digital design, graphic design, video art, landscape photography
ATLS 2100 - Image
Spring 2018 / Summer 2018
Introduces techniques, technologies and concepts of digital image making and manipulation through lectures, projects and critiques. Focuses on digital photography, digital animation and digital video as a means to formal and expressive ends. This course also contextualizes practices and methodologies of digital imaging with historical and critical perspectives.
ATLS 3529 - Special Topics in Critical Perspectives in Technology
Analyzes critical perspectives in technology, art, and media. Within these courses, students will develop vocabularies, theoretical perspectives and critical approaches relevant to technology and its effects on culture and society.