Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Art in Motion
Transcript of Art in Motion
Debate this! Art is an accurate reflection of the world in which it was created.
Art and History have a profound effect on each other.
Life is motion. Movement in Art Title: Migrant Mother
Artist: Dorothea Lange
Subject: Florence Owens Thompson Title: Migration 1947
Artist: Jacob Lawrence
Subject: Great African American Migration Title: Migrant Labourer
Artist: Willie Bester
Subject: Oppression of migrant workers Title: To Raise the Water Level in a Pond
Artist: Zhang Huan
Subject: Migrant workers in Beijing Title: Long March
Artist: Li Keran
Subject: Mao Zedong's poem about the founding of new China. Title: A Line Made by Walking
Artist: Richard Long
Subject: A line made by walking... Title: BorderXing Guide
Artist: Heath Bunting
Subject: European Borders Title: The Transborder Immigrant Tool
Artist: Electronic Disturbance Theater
Subject: Safety of immigrants crossing the border through GPS navigation. Title: Slave Ship
Artist: J.M.W. Turner
Subject: Slave trade atrocities. Title: Panama Canal Murals
Artist: William B. Van Ingen
Subject: The construction of the Panama Canal Title: Picture of Western Traders at Yokohama Transporting Merchandise
Artist: Hashimoto Sadahide
Subject: Globalization Title: Mcdonald's Hamburgers Invade Japan
Artist: Masami Teraoka
Subject: Clashing of Eastern and Western culture Title: Autobus
Artist: Frida Kahlo
Subject: Depicting classes of Mexican society. Title: Nasa Space Colony
Subject: Prototype Space colonies. Title: Berlin Leopoldplatz Platform
Artist: Suh Yongsun
Subject: Transport Hub in Berlin Title: Gunpowder Drawing Project
Artist: Cai Guo-Qian
Subject: Arab perspective on art Title: Shiva as the Lord of the Dance
Artist: Anonymous (India)
Date: 11th Century
Subject: Supreme Being as motion. Title: The Peasant Dance
Artist: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Subject: Socio-economic differences expressed through dance. Title: The Little Fourteen-Year Old Dancer
Artist: Edgar Degas
Subject: Child labourer at the Paris Opera Title: Letter to the World
Artist: Barbara Morgan
Subject: Martha Graham Title: Impressions of Li Jiang
Artist: Choreographed by Zhang Yimou
Subject: Dance uniting multiple ethnic groups in a similar region. Imigration, Migration, Emigration Moving Goods Land, Sea, Air, and Space People in Motion http://www2.tate.org.uk/intermediaart/borderxing.shtm Videos for fun/warm-up. Themes
An example of someone living outside the standard rules of behavior.
Using the internet as a tool for Social change.
Travel technology Themes
Internationlization, Westernization, Invasion
The passage of time.
Mixture of modernity and tradition.
Example of long term effects of mixing cultures.
Trade and commerce leading to successful development.
Related WSC Stuff
Competition (October Sky)
Transportation mixing old and new. Themes
exploitation of developing countries
Mexico's socioeconomic composition
women riding to work on mass transit
Pablo Neruda's Bicycle
Frida Kahlo was riding a bus that collided with a trolley car. Themes
Captured Kinetic Energy
This was part of a ballet written by a woman at a time when this was unheard of.
Simple yet powerful
The human condition, people in motion.