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Project 2: How to Lose Yourself
Transcript of Project 2: How to Lose Yourself
It is essential that you record and document your entire journey thoroughly. It is also important to carry the project brief with you at all times to remind you of the different elements of the project.
visual information recorded in visual journal
fb group engagement
10 min presentation summarizing the experience of the Project 2
at least 3 blog entries
organised course folder
Record information from Oxford and throughout the duration of the project – drawings, photographs, notes and information, brainstorms, mind maps and ideas development, information about artists, designers and their work (at least 10 pages).
Send a formal email to Tomasz telling him what 2 artists/or designers' work/2 venues you had chosen to write about in your essay by Tuesday 28 October2014
10 min presentation and crit
• Project 2 Experience
• Power Point/Prezi/Keynote/PechaKucha
• Little text, lots of pictures!
fb group engagement
Be active on the fb group throughout the duration of the project (ask questions, respond to asked questions, recommend interesting stuff, etc.)
Summarise weeks 3 and 4 and the entire experience of Project 2 and how you engaged with the relevant research (at least 3 entries). Comment on other students’ entries.
Follow the schedule in your project brief. You will find all details there!
What do you know about Oxford?
The city is known worldwide as a university town and home of the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the country and the English-speaking world.
The Ashmolean Museum
The Ashmolean Museum is the world's first university museum.
The Pitt Rivers Museum
The Pitt Rivers Museum is a museum in which you can find the archaeological and anthropological collections of the University of Oxford.
Research what's on in Oxford in the suggested museums
As an artist or designer, you go through a similar process when you choose to leave the safety of home or your comfort zone! You will move forward into new methods, techniques or ideas in your artistic adventure. Sometimes you’ll create new treasures as a result of your journey. Your personal language will mature and evolve with more travels to different parts of your creative mind.
What can you see in the picture?
Make sure you organise your research, notes and handouts in the course folder.
The gallery presents exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. It has a national and international reputation for quality of exhibitions, projects and commissions.
How has your work changed since you began your journey? Where do you see it going in the next one, two, five, or ten years? Are you a little afraid to leave home, or will you charge out of your comfort zone, adding new vocabulary to your own personal way of working? Will you be ready to start a new course in September 2015?
Project 2 ‘How To Lose Yourself’ will enable you to discover the unknown to mature and evolve your creative mind! The trip to Oxford will expose you to a number of artists and designers underpinning the concept of ‘journey’ in their work. Moreover, the project includes a number of case studies, TED talks, films and texts dealing with ‘journey’, which will support you in writing an art/exhibition review.
Write an Art/Exhibition Review (IFADM: 700, GDAD 900 words). Analyse any primary research elements from the Oxford trip, e.g. an exhibitions, exhibits, museums, galleries, etc. Collect at least 6 sources for the bibliography section (academic and non-academic). Use at least 3 quotations.
Choose your favourite object/artefact from an exhibition you identified. Follow Bloom's Taxonomy for Art framework to review the object. Upload a short 200-word art review by Friday 5pm. Don't forget to comment on other students' entries!