Duchamp

12 Dec 18
Explorations Michael Feoli

For the Manifesto group presentation, my team and I chose to present on the topic of conceptual art. Conceptual Art is different from other forms of art because, unlike other forms of art, you don’t need to be an artist to create conceptual art. The reason why it is called conceptual art is because the […]

12 Dec 18
Antiquarian and Collectible

FIRST PAPERS of SURREALISM by JANIS/ART/DUCHAMP/SURREALISM/ RARE 1942, $700+ – Buy – FIRST PAPERS of SURREALISM by JANIS/ART/DUCHAMP/SURREALISM/ RARE 1942, $700+

12 Dec 18
Blog of A. A. Hutner

What is reality? We can take a look at what is reality by looking at the art of the 19th century.    The Impressionists tackled reality through the eyeball, as it were. This goes back to the concept of the eye as a god of parts. The eye does seem to be the main starting […]

11 Dec 18
Matilde Tomat

And then, one day, I had a tutor mentioning me to have a look at FLUXUS… and my world just opened up and new ideas came rushing in and flew out, running after each other, and dancing in the rain in the middle of a street in a cacophony of music and sounds and deafening […]

23 Nov 18
Creative Problem Solving

Advertising has evolved a lot since when it was first used. From the way it has been communicated to the public to the ideas that people come up with. They’ve all changed dramatically for lots of different reasons. Art forms and creativity have changed the way people perceive and created advertising. There has been many […]

11 Dec 18
Elliott's Design Blog

This is a resurgence of the early 20th Century art movement of dadaism. This is an art movement formed during the First World War in Zurich in negative reaction to the horrors and folly of the war. The art, poetry and performance produced by dada artists is often satirical and nonsensical in nature. Some of […]

07 Dec 18
video media

2. Appropriation   For our appropriation project, we; as a group, took footage of the ‘Battle of Britain’ from the Imperial war museum archive’ and applied ‘Frank Sinatras- come fly with me’ to it. The idea of this was to completely change the interpretation of the footage. We wanted to create that same sense of […]

11 Dec 18
Blank Canvas

So what do we do when we look?  Generally, we will scan the overall scene to take in an overview and then focus on the details taking in more information about the object.  But this looking isn’t enough – there needs to be cognition for the objects seen through our eyes to be made sense […]

11 Dec 18
CHRISTY CHEUNG

One of the most debated topics in recent years is the threat of artificial intelligence replacing human across a broad range of activities and jobs. While it is still believed that creativity and intuition are innate features exclusive to human, nevertheless, this growing concern of technology rivaling human has infiltrated in the art field, pushing […]

11 Dec 18
Sonic Solipsism

1. Which was the first sound you heard? The sound of a train that my dad played me on those old tape machines. I loved it. It was   like a weekend ritual. Part of me still travels within that noisy railway road. 2. When did you begin to play/compose and explore music? Early, that was. My […]

11 Dec 18
Arashi Fashion Squad

Arashi wore Louis Vuitton for FNS but what does it mean? In an age where what a celebrity wear matters, and what label they wear matters – what does it mean that Arashi’s stylist chose Louis Vuitton for them? That they wore the high fashion French label in their “Natsu Hayate” performance on FNS got […]

10 Dec 18
Philip Davies

The international Surrealist Exhibition was an exhibition run by Marcel Duchamp a precursor to installation art featuring the leading figures in Surrealism Duchamp’s coal sacks referring to the way the exhibition obscured light using disused coal sacks, dead leaves, and dirt on the floor featuring a soundtrack of laughing patients from a mental asylum and […]

10 Dec 18
Philip Davies

In conjunction with my artwork in the studio I have been creating stop motion animations with similar themes to my installation and artworks, inspired by a film by Marcel Duchamp called Anaemic Cinema a film featuring a hypnotic set of spirals combined with ambiguous text, I wanted to start with a similar pattern as the […]

10 Dec 18
What is behavioral? A blog of recent updates to behavioral economics

The $2 Million Urinal: Why Hard Work Doesn’t Cut It In 1917, Marcel Duchamp walked into a plumbing supply store in New York City and selected what’s known as a Bedfordshire-style urinal from the array of bathroom fixtures on offer. When he returned to his studio with his gleaming porcelain find, he laid it on […]

10 Dec 18
BETTY LEUNG

I’m trying to build a habit of posting all notes from classes and lectures, but it’s all starting to build up now…. This class was great for context, it was a bit too much for me to take it all in at the time though.   Taxonomies – way to categorise, put things in boxes, […]