Why do we call the course "digital art"? Would we call the art of Rembrandt or van Gogh "oil art"? Is it because today everything is "digital"? Harold Cohen says: Art is a series of acts, not a series of objects. So what is digital about the acts making up art? Naturally, nothing.
But how we are able to discover and work with pieces of art in our course, this is conveyed by digital tools. We are dealing with art in a digital way - is it that?