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an index of artist research submitted in assignments for OUA / Curtin University's Bachelor of Arts - Fine Arts and Visual Culture

VSW100 - assignment1 - Sept 2015
Zimoun
El Anatsui

VSW100 - assignment2 - Oct 2015
ReefKnot
Janet Echelman
Ken Unsworth
Sack and Reicher + Muller, Eyal Zur
Sol LeWitt
Zaha Hadid
Lucien den Arend
Anish Kapoor

VSW100 - assignment3 - Nov 2015
Detournement
Robert Montgomery
Giuseppe Pinot-Gallizio
Asger Jorn
Kara Walker
Vaporwave “Aesthetic” Art
Detourned Collage on Instagram
Culture Jamming
Richard Hamilton
Tabitha Moses
Tracey Emin
Louise Bourgeois
Mattias Adolphson
William Kentridge
Syd Mead
Holly Herndon
Robert Breer
Thet Paing Kha
David Shrigley
Fiona McMonagle
Jake Fried
Len Lye
Richard Lewer

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week 1 discussion points

week 1 discussion points - basic concepts underlying Western philosophical thought

general questions (any era)

>> ... it would be interesting to hear people's experience of individual artworks--have you ever seen an artwork that moved you, disgusted you, interested you, disinterested you...? If so, why? What was it about that artwork that was effective / ineffective?

an artwork that moved me:
Ben Quilty's "After Afghanistan" series of paintings - example, his Captain S After Afghanistan painting. the pose and expression on the face and application of paint in such thick strokes and the mix of colours and expressive marks/brushstrokes & use of light and dark/shadow evokes strong emotions in me — in both the technique of the painting and the subject and meaning behind it.

Ben Quilty. Captain S After Afghanistan. 2012. Oil on linen. Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of NSW. https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/prizes/archibald/2012/29238.

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