Class 8 –  26 March – Spring 2018: Visual Culture – afternoon class

Class 8 –  26 March – Spring 2018: Visual Culture – afternoon class

Section: Signification + Relation; source materials and taxonomy related to an issue (Interpretation + Argument)

  1. Digging Deeper Into Your Taxonomy (bridge 3 part II) begin in class
  2. Taxonomy review
  3. In your LP – highlight the 10 most important questions…add any new questions that surfaced during the taxonomy peer review
  4. **IMPORTANT** Final studio project proposals –  due 31 March at 3pm – details below and in Canvas

Homework2 parts, please read carefully…

Part I: due 28 March 11:59pm – submit via Canvas

Digging Deeper Into Your Taxonomy (bridge 3 part II)

Add to the LP post for your completed Taxonomy and answer the following questions:

  • What location did you visit for your visual research and what did you find?  
  • How did the locations (museum/gallery/etc.) you visited expand/broaden/deepen your understanding of your topic? (this includes: visual, contextual, historical, material based, etc.) 
  • List the symbols, metaphors and visual references you put in your taxonomy and explain how/why they are relevant/important to your topic. AFTER PEER REVIEW…add the following: 
  • What did you learn from Monday’s peer review about your taxonomy that was new or helpful?

Part II: due this Saturday, 31 March, 3pm – submit via Canvas –  IMPORTANT – Bryan and Veronica will be reviewing these Saturday afternoon beginning at 3:30pm.

Create an LP post titled “Final Studio Project Proposal IS2”

In this post, clearly state your thesis question. Include the following:

  • 3 questions that address your research topic (these can be new questions or one’s from your taxonomy…as long as they are relevant).
  • External resources such as visual images from other artists you find relevant and inspiring.
  • Images from visual “popular” culture that you think support your thesis.
  • Cultural artifacts (this could be multiple images from your taxonomy or new visual information found on a museum website, etc.).
  • Relevant data collected from your research in seminar (this can be quotes or links to articles or websites, etc.) which support or reinforce your project idea.
  • Any research on mediums and materials you have or plan to do/conduct. For instance, if you plan on making a sound installation, what do you anticipate you will need to research? (microphones, digital recording devices, etc.)
  • Create 3 mock-up sketches of your idea (or ideas) in your journal/sketchbook (can be done digitally) and include them in this LP post

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