80031 Independent Project: Locating the Image12cp
Requisite(s): 80057 Independent Project: Emerging Image Practices
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
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In this subject, students undertake independent research exploring contemporary and historical contexts of the image in visual culture. Students choose from a series of briefs designed to challenge their expectations of working for and with an existing and established practice. By utilising research, technical, theoretical, and conceptual skills, students develop and produce a major project that demonstrates social engagement, critical thinking, and aesthetic resolution. Students are challenged to work ethically in the service of ideas and projects that offer solutions to problems. Further, this subject focuses on a range of real-world creative experiences by challenging students to develop contemporary images with a location in mind. Students consider how the meaning of images can be manipulated depending on where they are located and how they are disseminated. Students can choose from both material and immaterial outcomes such as print, screen, web, and projection as well as consider alternate modes of presentation which include spatial and performative contexts. Students assess what kinds of viewing experiences they are creating and who their target audience is while learning to identify the effects of their creative outcomes in terms of the objectives of a brief.
Spring session, City campus
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