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ARTS. 2010-801: Form and Content

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Purpose of Course Guide

This course guide contains links to electronic books, articles, databases and video instruction related to your assignments in ARTS.2010.

oriental carpet appearing to float above the floor with green plants sprouting fro one corner
Kristyna & Marek Milde, "Carpetorium, Lost and Found Gardens of Manhattan", 2021
Used by permission of the artists.

Reference

As the capstone of your foundation education, this course requires that you work
independently and start developing your creative voice. While emphasizing both theory and
practice, we will focus on developing concepts that are meaningful to you. Each assignment
will be explained through videos, websites and multimedia presentations. You are expected to
participate in class discussions and critiques. Readings are provided to give you a deeper
understanding of the process of artistic creation and the motivations of artists and designers.
The work we will explore reflects the multidisciplinary nature of today’s artistic production. You
will be introduced to time-based media, site specific installations, and performance.

 

Image Database


spiral jetty
Spiral Jetty, Robert Smithson (1938-1973)
Used under Artstor Terms and Conditions

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