UTOPIA/DYSTOPIA was a studio project of students enrolled in Art 301 Digital Video Installation, spring 2017.
An exhibition of videos and sculptures created by University of Hawai‘i at Hilo art students was on display at the Mookini Library last month. The exhibit, entitled “UTOPIA/DYSTOPIA: Perfect and Highly Desirable/Frightening and Undesirable,” showcased new sculptural works that utilize digital video media technology to visualize a society in contrasting states of welcome perfection versus frightening and the horrifically undesirable. UTOPIA/DYSTOPIA was a studio project of students enrolled in Art 301 Digital Video Installation, spring 2017.
Photos by Bob Douglas, click photos to enlarge.
About the photographer: Bob Douglas is a local artist, photographer, and student who volunteers his photography skills to the Office of the Chancellor and UH Hilo Stories.
-UH Hilo Stories