Imaginary Friends: University of Washington Bothell
The presentation of Imaginary Friends at the University of Washington Bothell has been developing in conjunction with classes that I teach on the status of images in a technological world. Since 2013 I have been inviting students and other members of the university community to contribute works to the growing archive of imaginary friends on campus. The works are installed and accessible in virtual spaces around the university. Sample images of the public installation can be found at: http://www.tedhiebert.net/site/friends.php.
List of contributors
Ian Almacen, Joe Cao, Margaret Chiavetta, Ray Culala, Nic Damon, Patrick Dewey, Emina Dodic, Marinna Ewing, Grace Fox, Brad Grantz, Danyelle Harp, Alex Hayes, Heather Hislop, Julia Hodges, Jimmy Huang, Joanne Huang, Mei Fan Huang, Jessica Jensen, Christina Joo, Aarshin Karande, Bryan Kim, Natasha Kumar, Aida Lasher, Emmett Lenihan, Chor Leung, Robin Marsh, Taryn McCormack, Amen Mengesha, Grant Nash, Shane Pearson, Cammy Peterson, Anette Pettit, Changhoon Pyo, Yamilexy Ramos, Amna Rifat, Fernan Saulon, Sandra Schleinig, Travis Sharp, Ji-Won Shin, Matt Song, Soochul Song, Jonathan Stevenson, Hope Stewart, Elli Therrien, Sandeep Thomas, Neira Tirak, Irene Tseng, Christy Vang, Jeremy Viray, David Wagner, Khader Welaye, Mattie Wheeler, Cory Wilmarth, Bricina Yen, Chak Yeung,