Studio Theory Media Arts C (THAP2621)
UNIT OF STUDY
This Unit of Study is split into two areas: Photomedia; Film and Digital Art. Photomedia: The focus in this Studio is the exploration of ways of critically interpreting photographs and of understanding a range of photographic practices. Topics such as memory, time, evidence, and the everyday, are selected to provide windows into both photographic history and keys aspects of photo-criticism. Film and Digital Art: The Electronic Image: Unpredictable Encounters Across a wide range of electronic imaging platforms and issues students will study the interplay between technological possibilities, chance and manifestation of the idea (social, philosophical, cultural, aesthetic). As such students will come to a deeper understanding of the artistic process; also the history of the unpredictable encounters of the electronic image in its mediation of personal and public concerns.
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Further unit of study information
Lecturer and directed contact over 12 weeks, plus self-directed study; total student effort of 60 hrs
Assessment is based on successful completion of written and or/seminar assignments (100%)
Photomedia Bolton, Richard (ed.). The Contest of Meaning: Critical Histories of Photography Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1989. Squiers, Carol (ed.). The Critical Image, Seattle: Bay Press, 1990. French, Blair (ed.). Photofiles: An Australian Photography R
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
THAP1211 and THAP1212
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