Feb 21, 2024
ART 260 Art in Motion: Real and Recorded (5 credits)
Distribution Area Fulfilled Humanities with Performance; General Transfer Elective
A studio course that will introduce concepts of time-based artwork using a variety of processes and media. Students explore concepts of sequence, interactivity, process and documentation through video, audio and performance as an art.
1. Demonstrate knowledge of the terminology and processes that connect all time-based modes of creating art through evidence in created projects and written assignments.
2. Produce art that engages time as an element within a historical and theoretical framework.
3. Demonstrate their aptitude for responding to a class project from ideation through process and production to fruition by showing the progression of a work through sketches, experiments, and demonstrations to it’s final version.
4. Properly use the tools and technology related to time-based art presented through class projects.
5. Observe and utilize the nuances of conceptual choices and their outcomes as they relate to a given situation by producing work that contains content that is aware and intentional.
6. Demonstrate an ability to consider and find an appropriate level of finish and presentation for a particular set of ideas and modes of working.
7. Engage in a constructive critical discourse and theory about time-based work of art through verbal and written critiques.
8. Exhibit the value of the importance of context in time-based artwork in relation to art history and a contemporary practice by producing work that is situated appropriately in an art historically aware and contemporary setting.
9. Demonstrate the ability to speak about time-based art in an articulate and critical manner using vocabulary appropriate to the medium as shown in sketchbooks, journals, exercises, research and critiques .
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