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ard549, Uncategorized / 31.10.2020

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Culture is also understood in the context of material and non-material "creative" achievements of society or is associated with the issue of building identity. For over two decades, our understanding has expanded to another field - economics, and thus requires finding a suitable place in the economies of cities, regions and countries.The impulse for changes in the perception of culture (and art) came in the late 1990s from two parts of the world. First, in 1994, in Australia, the left-wing government of Paul Keating announced the creation of "Creative Nation" - a document describing cultural policy. It perpetuated the artificial,...

ard516 / 30.10.2020

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Throughout the 1990s, traditional matte paintings were still in use, but more often in conjunction with digital compositing. Die Hard 2 (1990) was the first film to use digitally composited live-action footage with a traditional glass matte painting that had been photographed and scanned into a computer. It was for the last scene, which took place on an airport runway. By the end of the decade, the time of hand-painted matte paintings was drawing to a close, although as late as 1997 some traditional paintings were still being made, notably Chris Evans’ painting of the RMS Carpathia rescue ship in James Cameron’s Titanic. Paint has now been superseded...

ARD514 / 28.10.2020

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How the dachshund works - Polish animated short film by Julian Antonisz- Polish visual artist, screenwriter and author of experimental animated films, composer and inventor. The film uses unconventional film techniques such as cut-out, drawing, filming of mixing fluids, as well as scratching images and drawing directly onto film, called the non-camera technique. The music for the film was created and recorded by the director himself. During the film, a commentary is read from behind the frame, similar to documentary films. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r16GL3N4PdM In many of his films, Antonisz deliberately employed unprepared amateurs as readers - in the case of How it Works...

ARD514, Uncategorized / 27.10.2020

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Terrence Vance Gilliam is an American-born British screenwriter, film director, animator, actor, comedian and former member of the Monty Python comedy troupe. Gilliam has directed 13 feature films, including Time Bandits (1981), Brazil (1985), The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988), The Fisher King (1991), 12 Monkeys (1995), Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), The Brothers Grimm (2005), Tideland (2005), and The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009). The only "Python" not born in Britain, he became a naturalised British subject in 1968 and formally renounced his American citizenship in 2006. Gilliam was born in Minnesota, but spent his high school...

ARD514 / 26.10.2020

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This is the final set of images for the unpredictabiliy and control, combined with the "Look at the order in which you do things" prompt card. This is a journey through my imagination and ideas for creating different worlds from my childhood. The background (hand-painted) and the props used to create the entire set are to show the simplicity of children's games. Smoke is part of the unpredictability of this work (along with my dog who decided to join me during the shoot). The light is the control part - I will be 100% setting up the lights and controlling the...

ard549 / 22.10.2020

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Success evokes positive emotions and makes us think of ourselves as a causative and valuable entity, socially desirable. The event as such becomes the basis for inference about our own subject. The situation begins to evolve in us as information about our e.g. intelligence or professionalism. "I'm so great," I start to think. A single failure or a series of failures - an unsuccessful relationship, a low grade in an exam or a lack of promotion - in turn causes negative emotions. Otherwise, rightly so, because only thanks to them it can become a developmental and valuable lesson. They pinch us...

ARD514 / 20.10.2020

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The first task in ARD 514- "Creative Lens-based Media" is to create a work that combines unpredictability and control in one work. done which is controlled/influenced by your diagonal strategy card. The strategy card drawn to me reads: Look at the order in which you do things. My work on the alter ego project from last semester will be the starting point for this task. My alter ego is a creator. It creates my whole world. I am the creator of my world. I let in this world only what I want it to be there I am a creator, but...

ard516 / 20.10.2020

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Dylan Cole is a leading matte painter and concept artist specializing in work for film, television, and video games. After graduating from UCLA with a degree in fine art, he took his painting skills to the computer. He got his start with a brief stint at Illusion Arts on Time Machine. Smaller jobs as a matte painter and concept artist led to him working at Rhythm and Hues on Daredevil. He then left his native California to go to New Zealand to be a senior matte painter on Return of the King for Weta Digital. He returned to the US...

ARD514 / 10.10.2020

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When creating a photo, we probably care about its proper exposure and composition. We define the subject of the photo, the distribution of elements, you decide what to put in the frame and what to remove it. Color is just another piece of the puzzle, but extremely important. Editing photos is the final step before showing them. The theory of color and the importance of color in photography is certainly crucial. Color in artistic terms has been the domain of painting for centuries. Over the years, the knowledge of color developed and the first color schemes were created. Currently, such knowledge...

ard549 / 08.10.2020

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Develop critical practice throughcontextual and comparative analysis. Demonstrate an ability to locate anduse suitable research sources. Apply, analyse and evaluateinformation from a variety of sources. Develop an ability to construct,communicate and engage in criticaldebate. Independently produce work thatdemonstrates researchmethodology and an understandingof the critical frameworks of art anddesign. TASK Can you find examples of an artist ordesigner whose work investigatesyour selected theme?What relationship does theirmethodology have to their ideas,principles or beliefs? What are the social, cultural andhistorical contexts effecting theposition they have taken (strategiesfor practice)? What relationship does theirmethodology have to their ideas,principles or beliefs?What have you learned from theirwork, their ideas? Did they write about what they...