Listed in: Art and the History of Art, as ARHA-331
Sara H. Rafferty (Section 01)
Designed to provide an intensive, advanced studio experience for students from all five campuses, this seminar explores contemporary art making by emphasizing reproduction and quotation within unique and editioned works. Students will make meaning with traditional and new media that may include explorations in paint, sculptural form, drawing, photography, book arts, installation, and video. Students will combine unique and mechanically reproduced marks, gestures, surfaces, and imagery using logics of pictorial space, pattern, reference, and self-reference. Models will be such artists as Luc Tuymans, Beth Campbell, Sonia Delaunay, Yinka Shonibare, Kevin Zucker, Andrew Kuo, Richard Prince, Frances Stark, Allan McCollum, Ann Craven, and Matthew Brannon. The majority of course work will be based on each student's proposed, semester-long series, although there also will be prompts and assignments. Attendance is required at the weekly class meetings, which will be devoted primarily to discussions, critiques, workshops, and presentations. An exhibition of student work produced in the course is scheduled during the last week of classes.
Requisite: Nomination by the art departments of each of the Five Colleges. Limited to 10 students, with spaces reserved for 2 students from each of the Five Colleges. Fall semester. Visiting Lecturer Rafferty.
If Overenrolled: Nomination by the art departments of each of the 5-Colleges