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18th November, 2016

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After our lectures, I had a chat with Barnaby about my essay as I feel I have struggled with which question I felt was most appropriate. 159 more words

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essay draft 1

Is Tania Bruguera’s 2008 performance, ‘Tatalin’s Whisper #5′, a work of art? Does it need to be?

Cuban artist Bruguera’s series, originally titled ‘El susurro de Tatlin’, consists of a number of socially engaged and politically charged performances, inspired by imagery she sees presented to the public on the news. 451 more words

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Mannerism and its Contemporary Implications – week 7

“God is in the Detail”

We have seen how the Mannerists showed form and colour can create an alternative concept and context.

Plato  –  was respected by the Mannerists for his philosophical thought from before the time of Christ – all about thoughts and ideas… 543 more words

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• Quotes and Citing •

Paraphrase a quote and cite correctly.

“Pictures have a double reality. Drawings, painting and photographs are objects in their own right – patterns on a flat sheet – and at the same time entirely different objects to the eye. 138 more words

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Key Concepts: Beauty

  • Now I’m making more 3 dimensionally sculptural pieces and more abstracted 2D works than anything I’ve made before, I’m more aware of this notion of ‘beauty’; of what is aesthetically pleasing.
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Subject

Socially Engaged Art

Important things to note:

  • The differences between socially engaged artistic practices and that of relational aesthetics. The former are not concerned with following a pattern, an aesthetic as such, but with collaborative activity and the outcome of this.
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Documentation

NOTES ON DISSERTATION

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Make sure your dissertation title is flexible and can be changed as your dissertation evolves.  It needs to give a clear picture of what the dissertation is about and be objective.   561 more words

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