Want to know how technology shapes movies, graphic novels, music, art, literature, and society? This camp covers it all – you’ll discuss virtual-reality narratives, cyborgs, science-fiction writing, technology and pop music. You will also get to produce creative narratives of your own and then try your hand at experimental movie-making. To better understand movies, you will be introduced to film language, close reading, and visual/narrative analysis by watching and discussing brief scenes from major motion pictures: Metropolis (1927), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), The Matrix (1999), and Lucy (2014). You will then get to film short scenes around campus that explore a particular human-technology relationship and present your work to the group. These are only some of the activities that you will enjoy while exploring the human side of technology!