AFVS 251 - Artistic Research Workshop

How can we conduct and present research through art? This studio-based seminar explores practices of artistic investigation and critical visual thinking with a focus on strategies from performance, video, and installation. Pursuing individual projects, students will be encouraged to use bare senses for making observations and understand different ways of using objects, space, recordings, and other materials to formulate questions and convey findings. Three presentations will be expected to show the work process that leads to the final one. Screenings, guest presentations, field trips, and readings supplement the development of the projects. Notes: This is a graduate level course, but undergraduates are also welcome to apply. Interested students must attend the first meeting of the class during shopping week to speak with teaching staff about course enrollment procedure. Course site:
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