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  • Cinematic – Create a new synthesis between the language of hollywood spectacle and artistic imagination Denies narrative closure Showed in a Theater Demented Fairy Tale Guggenheim
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    • 1. Art in the 4 th Dimension: Film and Performance
      • Reading:
      • Artforms , 133-147
      • Terms/Concepts:
      • persistence of vision, shot, montage, motion capture, video installation, digital art, interactive art, internet art,
    • 2. What is the “4 th Dimension?”: A Humanistic Explanation
      • The 2 nd Dimension:
      • Exists on a flat plane .
      • Space is only implied.
      • Motion is only implied.
      • Time is only implied.
      • Texture is often implied.
      2 nd Dimension: Raffello Sanzio da Urbino, Portrait of Lorenzo di Medici, 1519.
    • 3. What is the “4 th Dimension?”: A Humanistic Explanation
      • The 3 rd Dimension:
      • Image exists in the viewers’ space.
      • Is typically more tactile.
      • Most movement depends on the viewer.
      • Time is mostly implied.
      3 rd Dimension: Andrea del Verrocchio, Portrait of Lorenzo di Medici, Cast Bronze, 1480.
    • 4. What is the “4 th Dimension?”: A Humanistic Explanation
      • The 4 th Dimension:
      • Time
      • Sound
      • Interaction
      • Movement
      • Experience that is more than or beyond the visual .
      4 th Dimension: Sylvain Bernard, “ Ezio and Lorenzo di Medici ” from Assassin ’ s Creed 2 , 2009.
    • 5. What is the “4 th Dimension?”: A Humanistic Explanation
      • The 4 th Dimension:
      • Film
      • Video Installation
      • Sound Art
      • Digital Art
      • Performance Art
      4 th Dimension: Sylvain Bernard, “ Ezio and Lorenzo di Medici ” from Assassin ’ s Creed 2 , 2009.
    • 6. Performance Film/Video Digital
    • 7. What is Performance?
      • Incorporates elements of…
      • Theater
      • Dance
      • Music
      • Ritual
      • Media of Performance:
      • Time
      • Motion & Action
      • Voice & Sound
      • The Artist’s Body
      • The Environment
      • The Audience
      Artforms : Dramatic presentation by visual artists (as distinguished from theater artists such as actors and dancers) in front of an audience, usually not in a formal setting.
    • 8. What is Performance?
      • Incorporates elements of…
      • Theater
      • Dance
      • Music
      • Ritual
      • Media of Performance:
      • Time
      • Motion & Action
      • Voice & Sound
      • The Artist’s Body
      • The Environment
      • The Audience
      Creation of an artwork using the artist’s body and extensions of that body (time, motion, action, sound, etc.) that only exists in real time and space among spectators/participants.
    • 9. Performance Hugo Ball, Karawane (Caravan) , 1916.
    • 10. Performance Oskar Schlemmer, Triadic Ballet, Berlin, 1926.
    • 11. Performance Yoko Ono, Cut Piece, 1965. See Video Below
    • 12. Performance Joseph Beuys, I like America and America likes me, 1974.
    • 13. Performance Rirkrit Tiravanija, Untitled (Free), David Zwirner Gallery 2002 (Left), 1992 (Right)
    • 14. Performance Thomas Hirshhorn, Bataille Monument, Documenta 11, Kassel, Germany, 2002.
    • 15. Experimenting with Movement Eadweard Muybridge, The Horse in Motion, 1878.
    • 16. Experimenting with Movement Eadweard Muybridge, The Horse in Motion, 1878.
    • 17. Experimenting with Movement Zootrope with Running Horse.
    • 18. Film Edwin Porter, The Great Train Robbery, Film Still, 1903
    • 19. Film Edwin G. Porter, The Great Train Robbery, 1903 See Video Below
    • 20. Cinema and Art Orson Welles, Citizen Kane , film still, 1941.
    • 21. Cinema and Art Katsuhiro Ohtomo, Akira , Film Still, 1988.
    • 22. Cinema and Art Guillermo del Toro, Pan’s Labyrinth , Film Still, 2006.
    • 23. Film Salvador Dali and Luis Brunel, Un Chien Andalou , c. 1930-1940. See Video Below
    • 24. Film Matthew Barney, Cremaster 3 , Video, 2002. See Video Below
    • 25. Video Installation Nam June Paik, Video Flag Z, Multi-Media, television sets, videodiscs, videodisc players, Plexiglas modular cabinet, 1986.
    • 26. Video Installation Nam June Paik, Video Flag Z, Multi-Media, television sets, videodiscs, videodisc players, Plexiglas modular cabinet, 1986.
    • 27. Video Installation Bjorn Melhus, Men Still Out There, 2003 See Video Below
    • 28. What is Digital Art? Grahame Weinbren: “ the digital revolution is a revolution of random access .” ENIAC 1946 Apple II 1971 First Website 1990 World Wide Web 1993
    • 29. What is Digital Art?
      • Can be…
      • Images
      • Films
      • Websites
      • Programs
      • Games
      • Software
      • Machines
      • Themes:
      • Interaction
      • Changing Technology
      • Virtuality
      • Veracity/Deception
      An artwork created and distributed by utilizing digital technologies.
    • 30. Digital Art Vera Molnar, (Des)Ordres, Plotter Drawing, 1974.
    • 31. Digital Art Lynn Hershman Leeson, DiNA, 2004, Artificially Intelligent agent, network connection, custom software, video and microphone.
    • 32. For more web-based artworks… Rhizome.org

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