Yoshitomo Nara, Too Young to Die, 2001
Yoshitomo Nara, Untitled (Eye Patch), 2012
Takashi Murakami, Flowers and Skulls, 2012
Takashi Murakami, Tan Tan Bo Puking a.k.a. Gero-tan, 2002
Yayoi Kasama, Shedding
Tears to the Season,2015
Yayoi Kasama, All the Et
Film & Emotion
by Binglun Hu
Film is always one of the most pervasive art forms that
describes humans daily lives, urges, basic emotions, etc. As an
important part of my inner world, after being watched, different
films leave specific signals, images, or
Art 108 Finals
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1. Carolee SChneemann
"Interior scroll- a performance art documented by photo late- she undressed,
slowly drew a narrow scroll of paper out of her vagina and then read aloud form
it- throughout her car
INSTRUCTIONS: Please keep this organized. This is a shared resource for you to help study.
Describe the following movements. Who were the main artists involved? When did the
movement take place? What were the main ideas of the movement?
2. Postimpressionism - Van Gogh, Gauguin, and Czanne,
3. Neo impressionism - Seurat, Cross, and Signac.
4. Fauvism (1898 to 1906)
a. the first of the avant-garde movements that flourished
Julie Kristeva Self and other, body and object
Sth horrible, sb horror drama, we body have the same response, drag to the same situation, e.g
wound, scar, refer to what is real the physical reaction, artist pick it up and use in work
Futurism 1909 - Late1920
Interwar Italy celebrated the speed, movement, machinery, and violence of modern times.
Blending realism with collage and Cubist abstraction lines of force and dynamism to indicate
objects moving through space.
Speaking about art, the first thinking coming into our mind could be oil paintings, dedicated
illustrations, or elegant marble sculptures, but people merely think about printmaking. The theme
How is photography a part of post-modernism? What do photographs do that other art cannot?
Offer your observations about the way in which contemporary art photography differs from other
kinds of photography.
Photography and Post-modernism:
Study the text (definition of) on postmodernism particularly the section called
postmodernism in art
1. "Postmodernism" refers to a philosophical and cultural movement that is
difficult to define, but distinguished larg
Abject in Art
We have seen a lot of work that can be described as abject this semester. Please make some observations
about Julie Kristevas writing about the abject and the uncanny and note 2-3 artists whose work could be
included as examples.
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the abject: elicits a physical response that is digusting and awful Crestaza, there are kinds of
physical conditions that witnessing of makes us uncomfortable as
abject artworks which explore themes that transgress and threaten our sense of cleanliness and
propriety, particularly through using the bodily and bodily functions
happenings Allan Kaprow. Live performance of projects of works of art. Ex combing
Amy Sexton ART 224 Proposal Moche Figurative Vessels
In studying the Moche figurative vessels, I realized that much of their symbolism is drawn into pots with facial features. I am going to draw on this aspect in my final piece of the semester. I p
Amy Sexton 9/22/07 Reading Analysis
Response to Frivolity and Unction
As I was reading the essay, I felt as though a specific point was being made: that art cannot be forced upon the artist. It must come from a place within. The author says, In war
Artnet WorldWide Corporation. "8-16." Robert Arneson on ArtNet. 9 Oct. 2007. <http:/www.artnet.com/Artists/ArtistHo mePage.aspx?artist_id=1649&page_tab=Artw orks>.
Sward, Susan. "Obituaries- Scupltor Robert Arneson Dies of Cancer." The San
Amy Sexton ART 224 Peruvian/Moche figurative vessels
The Moche culture has left impressive archaeological sites and some of the most outstanding pottery to be seen in Peru's museums. The Moche period is especially known for its ceramics, considered
Amy Sexton Art 224 3 Artists Stephen DeStaebler Stephen DeStaebler, a nationally known artist from the San Francisco Bay area, bases his work on the expressive potential of the human figure. After working primarily in clay during the 1960's and 1970'
He said he wanted his body glazed, fired up to 2,000 degrees and when it's cool, roll me over and shake out my ashes. . . . Make a glaze and color it bright. Those were the words of Robert Arneson mulling death. He was a prized sculpt