In this unit of study, you work on independent and self-directed projects that continue to develop and extend ideas and approaches that you began in Screen Arts 2 and 3. These projects provide you with the opportunity to develop your creative practice through following your emerging research interests. You are actively involved in a learning process that foregrounds creative problem solving and conceptual and critical skill development. In this unit, projection is a key theoretical concern, providing both a fluid theoretical framework for engaging the expanded field of screen arts dissemination and installation, as well as foregrounding an engagement with the public sphere. You work closely with peers and academic staff to develop good communication skills for expressing ideas and discussing work in progress. Through a program of screenings, lectures, one to one tutorials and studio critiques, you acquire the skills and confidence necessary to assess, refine and produce a range of artistic outcomes based on a rigorous engagement with ideas surrounding the screen arts.
2x3-hour studio class/week
preliminary proposal (20%) and major work (80%)
CASA2002 or MSTD2582 or EXCH2005Prohibitions