09 013 Context Exhibiting Why, How And What It Means

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09 013 Context Exhibiting Why, How And What It Means

  1. 1. context - positioning hanging - staging work
  2. 2. recognising how the viewing experience including place/space effects/changes the work, both its meaning and our understanding.
  3. 10. finding/building a context creating a reference point(s)
  4. 11. materials process ideas/concepts intention research
  5. 12. process
  6. 13. physical elements appearance weight texture colour size
  7. 14. meaning of materials cultural age sex
  8. 15. space physical space space of an idea
  9. 16. context (maker/viewer) political cultural historical
  10. 17. Donald Lipskin
  11. 18. taking a position
  12. 19. factors effecting choice intention - brief function - functionality timescale budget audience
  13. 20. 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?
  14. 21. connections - possible contexts for your making art history geography/place contemporary practice science other art forms - music dance writing
  15. 22. contemporary practice the work of others materials process work methodology influences both theirs and yours
  16. 23. where the work is experienced
  17. 24. how the work is experienced
  18. 25. mediated by systems/structures
  19. 26. the gallery
  20. 27. the museum
  21. 28. the fair
  22. 29. on-line
  23. 30. the shop
  24. 31. the home
  25. 32. within other systems
  26. 33. through design
  27. 34. Ecke Bonk
  28. 35. advertising
  29. 36. television
  30. 37. Shirin Neshat, video stills video
  31. 38. Tony Ousler digital (projection)
  32. 39. digital (monitor)
  33. 41. documentation - art
  34. 43. artists’ book
  35. 44. performance Elin Strand tropis
  36. 45. Yoko Ono
  37. 46. Joseph Beuys
  38. 47. installation Gego
  39. 48. intervention
  40. 49. Mel Chin - Melrose Place
  41. 50. Trisha Brown
  42. 51. Izumi Kohama & Xavier Moulin New materials
  43. 52. Maurio Taliani
  44. 53. site specific
  45. 54. the wall
  46. 56. Angano Machiko hanging
  47. 57. Tawney Lenore
  48. 58. Jung Hanna the floor
  49. 60. the photograph Elinor Carucci
  50. 62. the plinth
  51. 63. the spotlight
  52. 64. the vitrine
  53. 65. the diorama
  54. 66. the animators
  55. 67. process
  56. 69. <ul><li>Eightfold Norwich Gallery 2004 </li></ul>
  57. 70. Flock NSAD 2004
  58. 77. art and language spectator b
  59. 78. labels
  60. 79. Forms Without Life
  61. 80. Isolated Elements Swimming in the Same Direction for the Purpose of Understanding
  62. 81. The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living
  63. 82. Sometimes I Avoid People
  64. 83. The Acquired Inability to Escape
  65. 84. A Thousand Years
  66. 85. In & Out of Love
  67. 86. In & Out of Love
  68. 87. No Fun I Wanna Be Me
  69. 88. I want to spend the rest of my life everywhere, with everyone, one to one, always, forever, now.

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