Lecture: Extending Vocab

In this lecture we all shared an array of words to help extend our vocabulary, to be used in reflections and evaluations.

Description:

  • assessed on the evidence you give
  • independent study
  • A description of the process

“A spoken or written account of a person, object or event”

+Visual

Reflection:

“Serious thought or consideration”

  • What did I do?
  • What did I do well?
  • How did I do it?
  • How could I improve it?

In order to be at distinction level, you must recognise good progress.   The more evidence the better (contextual)

Collaboration:

  • Tutors, peers = exchange of knowledge
  • other students, different pathways
  • models
  • technicians

Juxtaposition:

  • Two things together that create meaning
  • Two things when separate, create meaning when together
  • Powerful

Appropriation:

  • When you use something that you didn’t make, in your work
  • Peter Blake

Distress:

  • Disrupting/damaging an image
  • Making an artistic mark by leaving distress there

Aesthetic:

  • Visually pleasing
  • Or displeasing

Proposition:

  • Putting forward an idea
  • Always start with a proposition
  • Propose your ideas

Idealised:

  • An unreal representation using an art form
  • Everyone made to be looking perfect – advertising
  • Artists however are more realistic these days

Awareness:

  • Be aware of what you’re doing
  • Description, reflection – Blog

Lecture 2…continuing…

Hyper-Realism:

  • Ron Mueck’s work

Participation:

  • Get involved
  • Participation + collaboration

Potential of the medium:

  • What can you do with that media?
  • Charcoal, paint, fabric, film etc
  • Experiment with things – mark making

Discord: 

  • Things that aren’t in harmony with each other
  • Clashing

Tension:

Context:

  • Placing something you’ve made in the right context
  • In the context of the output

Space:

  • Awareness of the physical space
  • Whats around you
  • The space that you work in: Lecture theatre, Facebook, presentation of work etc

I am the author of my work…

Correlate: 

  • Things coming together
  • A theme

Hyperbole: 

  • Exaggerating your working
  • Postive/negative
  • Good in advertising

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