Whitney Davis, ‘Communication theory’ http://www.oxfordartonline.com/subscriber/article/grove/art/T018901 – Communication theory is the study of information that implies a communicative act between two or more parties. – visual art as communication hasn’t always been accepted by philosophers of art. – Visual communication doesn’t always need to be in form of flyer or poster. Painting, sculptures, buildings or artefacts… Continue reading Research Point
Before you go any further, think about something you’ve read recently. • How did it make use of Aristotle’s first four elements? Did one element seem to predominate over the others? Which one? Why? I honestly haven’t read anything recently that wasn’t educational. I have been reading a lot of non-fiction things but the last… Continue reading Research Point
I was unable to upload my word document which I had done my original research on as the format wasn’t right and I couldn’t get the highlighting to work so I had to print and take photo’s so I could record it on this blog.
All information was gained from the Tate Modern website: http://www.tate.org.uk/learn/online-resources/glossary/p/postmodernism What is postmodernism? – First used around 1970 – An art movement that defies definition as there is no one style or theory – Embraces many different approaches to art making – Anti-Authoritarian by nature – refuses to recognise a definition of what art should… Continue reading Research – Postmodernism
Grayson Perry Lectures Nice Rebellion, Welcome in. Notes – Art didn’t change for a long time. The style of art was the same for thousands of years. – Now we’re obsessed with being different, unique and innovative. – Art id in it’s ‘End state’, anything can be art – Innovation is mere tweaking nowadays… Continue reading Research – Grayson Perry Lectures – Part 2
I was asked to listen to at least 1 of the Grayson Perry lectures available for download on the BBC website and make notes. I find it difficult to listen and take notes at the same time because I then tune out when I’m writing and then miss what has been said next! This is… Continue reading Research – Grayson Perry Lectures – Part 1