Jennifer Steinkamp selected college students as the primary participants for her 2011 Getty Artists Program project, [re]vision. Working with the department of Design Media Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles, Steinkamp invited students to identify works of art in the J. Paul Getty Museum's collection or aspects of the Getty Center that they found personally compelling, and to create new digital media works through a process of interpretation, adaptation, and revision.

See a selection of student projects below.


Vase by Katie Stratford

Feigned Flowers by Maya Tanaka

Getty: Sculpture in Motion by David Leonard and Ben Mandeburg

Two Sphinxes by Steven Amrhein

Fruit Piece: Reimagined in the Vastness of 3-D Space by Heather Penn

The Dancing Faun by Garrett Johnson

Calcification by Pete Hawkes

Anna Reutinger

Project 1 by Andre Gerner

Self-possession by Alex Takacs

Stab Beetle by Noa Kaplan-Sears

Seascape (A View of the Maas at Dordrecht) by Matt Rigodanzo

Two Watermills and an Open Sluice by Conrad Egan

Case Study House 9 Kitchen by Christy Cohen

Adrienne Pugh