The advent of digital art and its associated technologies has created many cross-disciplinary and hybrid practices using multiple media such as sound, video, light, and space. Many of these contemporary practices come together in one format: the installation. In this course, students course review not only the history of the installation, but also the histories of converging practices that have developed media art (e.g. sound, video, kinetic, light, etc.) and the main movements surrounding them (e.g. futurism, Dadaism, Fluxus, minimalism). Through this review, students understand where contemporary art comes from, and what its future may hold. Students explore the technical tools (SketchUp, Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere, MaxMSP) necessary to imagine, prototype, produce, and diffuse one's own multimedia installation. Beyond realizing a project, students also consider documentation, archiving, grant-seeking, and responding to call-for-works. All of these are integral elements of the artistic process and enable students to maximize a project's viability. Students produce multimedia installations, either in a group show or in solo exhibitions.