SRS 299E VISIONING THE (IN)VISIBLE
What does it mean to do research in the creative process of art? How do artists in any discipline mine a subject, unpack what is seen, or tease out hidden meanings to express a point of view or visual representation? How can an artwork open up new fields of vision without illustrating? This course will address the subject of "Power, Privilege, and the Invisible" to examine a variety of research strategies that artists, performers, and designers utilize in the creative process. Students will experiment with material, form, and image in both real and imagined work.
This course is taught at the same time as AHI/ANT 299/SRS 299D to allow for collaborative work between the two classes.
Cross Listed Courses
This is the same course as ART 299
Open to all sophomores with permission of the instructor.
Enrollment limited to 12 students.
A5, MOIA, MOIE