This chapter focuses on creative coding practices within a university-level art education context. Drawing from earlier literature and combining it with current research, the chapter takes a feminist approach to creative coding and examines the importance and possibilities of different code-related art educational practice in the post-digital world(ing)s. The chapter discusses how post-digital takes place and uses compost as a metaphor to look at post-digital art education practices. More specifically, it introduces three examples from courses taught at Aalto University that together form the digital compost: humus, care, and waste. The chapter closes with the discussion on further feminist approaches within post-digital within art education.
|Title of host publication
|Post-Digital, Post-Internet Art and Education
|Kevin Tavin, Gila Kolb, Juuso Tervo
|Number of pages
|Published - 29 Jun 2021
|MoE publication type
|A3 Book section, Chapters in research books