contemplate what you describe

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Contemplate What You Describe Due Date: 10/12 Yinghua Wang Goal Try to write your own interpretation of the object or place that you found in the last assignment. Try to ask critical questions and to construct a narrative, based on evidence of what you saw, heard or sensed otherwise. Interpretation To help understand interpretation, here is a checklist list of some basic principles to remember: Interpretations will likely differ from person to person. There can be different, and even contradictory interpretations of the same artwork. Interpretations are not so much "absolutely right," but are "reasonable, convincing, enlightening, and informative stories. " An interpretation is not necessarily discovering what the artist felt about their work. No single interpretation is exhaustive of the meaning of an artwork, including that of the artist. It is hard to discover the meaning of an artwork. One of the easiest ways to interpret the meaning of an artwork is to ask what the relationships are between elements. Why would some one who makes things choose a particular type of material,
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2008 for the course ECE 3 taught by Professor Sneed during the Spring '08 term at DePaul.

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