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What is Visual Culture? or what is this class about?
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Renoir
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Cassatt “Seeing comes before words. The child looks and recognizes before she can speak.” Berger What is seeing?
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to perceive to watch to observe to understand Magritte What does it mean to see?
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Leonardo to discover to visualize to recognize to examine
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What we see is effected by... what we know what we believe who we are where we live what we’ve learned James Jacko, Inuit
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We see the sun set but we know that it does not. Wander
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Wolf Kahn
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If someone tells us men walked on the moon, we may believe them, we may not. But if we see it…?
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We- as visual communicators, artists, advertisers, public relations and marketing communicators... human beings- are both the consumers and creators of visual culture. It behooves us to understand how we are affected by the visual, so that we can intelligently affect others.
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“Culture … one of the most complex words in English.” Raymond Williams Originally referred to “art, fine art.”
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