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Sundays, 3pm / September 2014More
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"How can I know what I think till I see what I say?"
In this class we will use drawing to see that we say and to know what we think. Drawing is a fundamental way to decode our thoughts: making blind drawings, movement drawings, weaving drawings, from live models, from performances, from film stills and video projections. Ultimately to better understand "drawing" and how it forms the foundation of our art.
Mondays, 3pm / September 2014More
Mondays, 7pm / September 2014More
Film/Video critique will facilitate an evolving conversation about approaches to contemporary moving image work through the work of class participants. This course will be capped at around 15 participants, typically with two people presenting during each session. Presented work can take the form of research, text, a film or video, a presentation etc. Film/Video Critique will run for six weeks from mid September to mid October.
Tuesdays, 7pm / September 2014More
This course will focus on sculpture in an artistic, curatorial and commercial discourse. Visiting critics include a variety of artists, curators, writers, and dealers by vocation. As a class we will pose the question:Where should, and does, sculpture go? The semester will be used to formulate an answer in dialogue with visiting guests. In conjunction, each week 2-5 students will be invited to bring their work in for critique, and to discuss their particular aesthetic, ideas, and intents. Field trips will also be available outside class, as decided on by the class.
Wednesdays, 7pm / September 2014More
Thursdays, 7pm / September 2014More
This class will be based on screenings of recent moving image work that offers multiplicitous impressions of the world as a whole rather than as composed of separate natural and social realms. Formally these artists combine heterogeneous production processes, found imagery, and artistic disciplines within a single work. Students examine the formal and conceptual qualities of film and video and learn how contemporary artists are exploring ecologies of images. The class will consist of short screenings and discussions of readings. Artists include Trisha Baga, Camille Henrot, Mark Leckey, Sterling Ruby, Jordan Wolfson, and more. This is an eight week discussion-based seminar running from mid October to mid December, and will be capped at around 25 participants.
Tuesdays, 7pm / October 2014More
Mondays, 3pm / November 2014More
Mondays, 7pm / November 2014More