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Integration forUnderstanding
How we come to Understand:• What: The important critical ideas, issues and  problems that all disciplines investigate• Why...
Substantive, Multidimensional       Art Integration:    Integration on four levels:Purposes,Knowledge, Methods and        ...
Purpose: Why we want to           understandTo understand nature, culture,  ourselves, and the ways we  experience and enc...
Knowledge: What we want to               understand• Natural sciences: Nature: its forms, forces,  functions, patterns,• S...
Knowledgealso includes important        human concepts such as:•   Humans’ relationship to nature•   Creativity, imaginati...
Methods: How we come to              understand?Natural Sciences: Research (investigate and interpret), map, diagram, cate...
Forms:How we represent knowledge and                 understandings• Natural Sciences: Scientific  illustrations, diagrams...
Integrative Art
Mark Dion             PurposeTo understand how Western Culture (science      and the public) understands nature
Mark DionKnowledge: The Anthropology of Natural        History and Archeology
Dion: MethodsResearch methods of biologists, anthropologists and                 archeologists
Mark DionForms: Natural History Displays and Field                 Notes
Amy Youngs and Matt DerksonPrototypes for Hermit Crab Shells
Jason Freeny
Nathalie Miebach
Chris Jordan    Gyre
Jer Thorpe
Simon EvansLocal Gestures
Do Ho SuhSeoul Home, New York Home, LA Home, Baltimore Home
Packard Jennings  Office Rebellion
Grennan and Sperandio
Chris WareRusty Brown
Catherine Wagner
Wang Du
SairaWasim
YasumasaMorimura
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Sub Multi Integration

  1. 1. Integration forUnderstanding
  2. 2. How we come to Understand:• What: The important critical ideas, issues and problems that all disciplines investigate• Why we are concerned with these ideas, issues and problems• How we investigate them through different disciplines• How we represent knowledge in different disciplines• How art fits in. What’s the same; what’s the difference
  3. 3. Substantive, Multidimensional Art Integration: Integration on four levels:Purposes,Knowledge, Methods and Forms
  4. 4. Purpose: Why we want to understandTo understand nature, culture, ourselves, and the ways we experience and encounter the world
  5. 5. Knowledge: What we want to understand• Natural sciences: Nature: its forms, forces, functions, patterns,• Social sciences: Culture: how humans organize and interact, what they do and create, how they see themselves.• Mathematics: Numbers, formulas, patterns, relationships, shapes• Language Arts: How we communicate through language, grammar, words, syntax, spelling
  6. 6. Knowledgealso includes important human concepts such as:• Humans’ relationship to nature• Creativity, imagination and Innovation• Life and Death• Change and stability• Memory• Love• Identity• Spirituality
  7. 7. Methods: How we come to understand?Natural Sciences: Research (investigate and interpret), map, diagram, categorize, quantifySocial Sciences: Research (Investigate and Interpret), map, diagram, categorize, quantifyMathematics: Research, quantify, map,Language Arts: Research, interpret, verbalize
  8. 8. Forms:How we represent knowledge and understandings• Natural Sciences: Scientific illustrations, diagrams, tables, textual descriptions, displays of specimens• Social Sciences: Diagrams, tables, textual descriptions, displays of artifacts• Mathematics: Numbers, geometric shapes, formulas,• Language Arts: Fiction,• non-fiction, poetry, plays
  9. 9. Integrative Art
  10. 10. Mark Dion PurposeTo understand how Western Culture (science and the public) understands nature
  11. 11. Mark DionKnowledge: The Anthropology of Natural History and Archeology
  12. 12. Dion: MethodsResearch methods of biologists, anthropologists and archeologists
  13. 13. Mark DionForms: Natural History Displays and Field Notes
  14. 14. Amy Youngs and Matt DerksonPrototypes for Hermit Crab Shells
  15. 15. Jason Freeny
  16. 16. Nathalie Miebach
  17. 17. Chris Jordan Gyre
  18. 18. Jer Thorpe
  19. 19. Simon EvansLocal Gestures
  20. 20. Do Ho SuhSeoul Home, New York Home, LA Home, Baltimore Home
  21. 21. Packard Jennings Office Rebellion
  22. 22. Grennan and Sperandio
  23. 23. Chris WareRusty Brown
  24. 24. Catherine Wagner
  25. 25. Wang Du
  26. 26. SairaWasim
  27. 27. YasumasaMorimura

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