CU-Boulder FILM 3660 - After Art (3 pages)

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University of Colorado at Boulder
Film 3660 - The Postmodern

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FILM 3660 1st Edition Lecture 25 Outline of Last Lecture December 3 2014 1 How do Images Position Viewers 2 Image Manipulation 3 UTOPIA UTOPIA Thomas Hirshhorn 4 Superficial Engagement Thomas Hirshhorn 5 Image Swarms 6 9 Scripts from a Nation at War Andrea Geyer 7 Serious Games Immersion Harun Farocki 8 Colin Powell Green White Jenny Holzer Outline of Current Lecture December 5 2014 Recitation Notes 1 After Art David Joselilt 2 The Ethno Commodity 3 Architecture 4 Sherrie Levine Postcard Collage 4 Current Lecture 1 After Art David Joselilt Inside vs Outside A binary that is problematized in the postmodern The inside and outside are still both apparent but both are combined together and no longer are binary INSIOUTSIDE 3 Traditional Understandings of Image o Derivative Significance From external forces represents this culture time period outside meaning o Dumb Intuitive knowledge knowledge we get from everyday experience common knowledge and street smart o Deceptive Spectacle images that deceive you and take away from real life what are the images actually doing After not POST Not concerned with the art or object itself he is interested in what does the object impact What networks are impacted not object centered encouragement of messages How does the object move around the world Currency o Types of Currency These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Neoliberal Circulation Exchange of finances across the world Art as money Image Fundamentalism Art becomes artifacts from culture not just money How do these get meshed together Postmodern art space pgs 8 9 Migrant Object Neoliberal circulation free movement value in itself the sculpture has stand alone value rooted in the object Independently owned Native Object Monumentalize and Image Fundamentalist the sculptor represents cultural identity organic relationship with place owned by the state Documented Images

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