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Guidelines_for_Writi - Guidelines for Writing About Visual Art Some of these guidelines are good tips for analyzing ANYthing 1 First consider the

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Guidelines for Writing About Visual Art Some of these guidelines are good tips for analyzing ANYthing 1. First consider the following elements of the “text”: Message, Method, Medium . Message— What is it saying? Method— How it goes about saying it. Medium— Why it’s delivered to you in a particular way (black and white, oil or watercolor, pen and ink or paint). 2. Be aware of following factors as well: audience, purpose, and context ? For whom was the work created? Why the work was created? When was the work created and by what it was possibly influenced? 3. More tips for analyzing audience: Photography, Art, Film: Consider the subject and style. Are there elements that would turn off, offend or shock some people? Do any features indicate that the “artist” is saying something socially, politically, or artistically that he or she imagines a general public might not find acceptable? Are there references or allusions to other works that could indicate a desire on the part of the artist to
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Suzzanejamir during the Spring '08 term at FSU.

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