Context - why, how and what it means.

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a presentation to Level 2 BA Textile Students at NUCA

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  • 1. context - positioning hanging - staging work 19 01 11 Textiles - Surface design year 2
  • 2. recognising how the viewing experience including place/space effects/changes the work, both its meaning and our understanding.
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  • 11. finding/building a context creating a reference point(s)
  • 12. materials process ideas/concepts intention research
  • 13. process
  • 14. physical elements of materials appearance weight texture colour size
  • 15. meaning of materials cultural age sex
  • 16. space physical space space of an idea
  • 17. context (maker/viewer) political cultural historical
  • 18. Donald Lipskin
  • 19. taking a position Freddie Robbin s
  • 20. factors effecting choice intention - brief function - functionality timescale budget audience
  • 21. why are you making work? what do you want from your work? what is your work about? who is your audience? where does the work go?
  • 22. connections - possible contexts for your making art history geography/place contemporary practice science other art forms music dance writing
  • 23. contemporary practice the work of others materials process work methodology influences both theirs and yours
  • 24. where the work is experienced
  • 25. how the work is experienced
  • 26. mediated by systems/structures
  • 27. the gallery
  • 28. the museum
  • 29. the fair
  • 30. on-line
  • 31. the shop
  • 32. the home
  • 33. other systems
  • 34. Maurio Taliani research
  • 35. through design
  • 36. Ecke Bonk
  • 37. advertising
  • 38. television
  • 39. video Shirin Neshat, video stills
  • 40. digital (monitor)
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  • 43. Tony Ousler digital (projection)
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  • 51. Ruben Ramos Balsa
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  • 54. Ruben Ramos Balsa
  • 55. new media
  • 56. documentation - art
  • 57.  
  • 58. Cornelia Parker Yves Klein
  • 59. Erwin Wurm
  • 60.  
  • 61. Donald Rodney Lawrence Weiner
  • 62. the photograph Elinor Carucci
  • 63. Boyd Webb
  • 64. artists’ book
  • 65. performance tropis Anne Hamilton Elin Strand
  • 66. Yoko Ono
  • 67. Joseph Beuys
  • 68. installation Gego
  • 69. Tomas Saraceno
  • 70. Cornelia Parker Yin Xiuzhen
  • 71. Stellak
  • 72. Maurizio Cattelan Jean Michel Jarre
  • 73. intervention
  • 74. Mel Chin - Melrose Place
  • 75. Trisha Brown
  • 76. site specific
  • 77. the wall
  • 78.  
  • 79. Angano Machiko hanging
  • 80. Richard Wentworth
  • 81. Tawney Lenore
  • 82. Jung Hanna the floor
  • 83.  
  • 84. the plinth
  • 85. the spotlight
  • 86. the vitrine
  • 87. the diorama
  • 88. the animators
  • 89. process
  • 90.  
  • 91. Zoran Todorovic
  • 92. Moshekwa Langa
  • 93. Yona Friedman
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  • 99. labels
  • 100. Forms Without Life
  • 101. Isolated Elements Swimming in the Same Direction for the Purpose of Understanding
  • 102. The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living
  • 103. Sometimes I Avoid People
  • 104. The Acquired Inability to Escape
  • 105. A Thousand Years
  • 106. In & Out of Love
  • 107. In & Out of Love
  • 108. No Fun I Wanna Be Me
  • 109. I want to spend the rest of my life everywhere, with everyone, one to one, always, forever, now.