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10.18.12 Redefine arts project

October 18, 2012

Individual presentations and words

 

Jean:

Evocative and provocative

Weird, people think of fine arts as weird

Ambiguous

Incomplete

Tom:

Synthesis of discipline

Bonnie:

Process brochure

Redefine

Question

Create

Explore

Outside the lines

In the making

Interference

Maggie:

Sarcasm

Contextual inaction

Reversal of inquiry

Quantifying emotional states throughout the day through graphs

Adwoa:

Challenge

Provocative

Bold

Images from gate and text

Redefine arts

Gaby:

Impact

Collaboration

Untouched white tabula rasa

Daniel:

Dissonance

Notoriety

Critical Connections

Blanca:

Group think

Conformity

Slumber

Pernot: Do we want to discourage or encourage fine arts majors?

Ideas that are Staying on

Blanca’s got attention and was powerful.

Maggie’s “what do you do with a fine arts major?”

Info graphic of fine arts major throughout the day, interesting because it suggests an emerging way to make art.

Tom’s is good, but image choice makes us ask “how much is tradition versus new media, more contemporary?”

Adwoa’s with brushes, tools and text. Telling too much, not showing enough. Very direct.

Bonnie’s disturbed images work, but without original image. Eliminate control. Find more ways to mess them up, more photoshop filters. Bonnie and Jean can collaborate.

Dan’s worried parents work, you never see worried people in these kinds of ads.

Gabby’s white surface works as a way to think about potential. Pernot says it’s earnest, but can you tie it to another concept that creates dissonance.

Dropping off

Redefine Arts

You can solve this problem…

Next Step – proposals for Ken due in 2 weeks

We each make a statement about how our projects are redefining, repositioning the fine arts department. Two or three sentences. Based on our original words and then make statements and studies/sketches.

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