Bart Woodstrup


Associate Professor, Digital Arts

MFA, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Integrated Electronic Art, 2007
MM, Northern Illinois University, Computer Music, 1999
BFA, Northern Illinois University, Intermedia Art, 1995

Bart Woodstrup's personal website

Teaching Specialization: Time-based Electronic Art

Courses Taught
ARTC 3010 Art & Code
ARTC 3100 Animation Principles and Techniques
ARTC 3110 3D Modeling
ARTC 3310 Intro to Gaming
ARTC 3440 Digital Video Art
ARTC 4090 Professional Practices<
ARTC 4180 Senior Studio
ARTC 4190 Senior Thesis
ARTC 4330 Advanced Interactive Art
ARTC 4440 Contemporary Issues in Motion 

Areas of Research/Artistic Focus
Bart Woodstrup is an artist and musician working in time-based, electronic media with an emphasis on parsing issues of technology at the boundary between humanity and nature. This is exemplified by installation work, environmental data visualizations, and work that incorporates alternative energy as a power source. 

Recent Accomplishments
 "Rides Again" Legacies of Pauline Oliveros, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn 2017 

"Sarajevo Haggadah: the Music of the Book" National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. 2017 

"Animalia" Pixels of Identities, Mixer Gallery, Istanbul 2014 

"Under Saraswati River" Currents Santa Fe International New Media Festival 2013 

"Song Cycle for Haruki Murakami" Scream Festival, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles 2011

Faculty member at BGSU since 2019

Updated: 01/20/2023 01:17PM