If you could make art for someone 60 years into the future, what would you make?
Students in Visual Arts Professor Fernando Orellana's Intro to Digital Art class display their answers in Time Capsule: 2006, on view through Jan. 7 at the Wikoff Student Gallery, located on the third floor of the Nott Memorial.
The selections from 60 students who took the class last winter and spring range in scope from social/political commentary to personal investigation.
When the exhibit ends, all of the work will be locked inside a time capsule and buried.
“It is our hope that in the year 2066, the capsule will be opened and revisited in a second exhibit, 60 years later,” says Orellana.
For more on digital art at Union, visit http://cs.union.edu/digitalarts/.