Subjects

instructors
Marisa Jahn
units
3-3-6 U
schedule
TW 2-5 (E15-207)
prerequisites
description

Introduces artistic practice and critical visual thinking through three studio-based projects using different scales and media, for instance, "Body Extension," "Shaping Time," "Public Making," and/or "Networked Cultures." Each project concludes with a final presentation and critique.

instructors
Tobias Putrih, Cherie Abbanat
units
3-3-6 U
schedule
TR 9-12 (E15-207)
prerequisites
4.111 or 4.021 or 4.02A
description

Develops an introductory foundation in artistic practice and its critical analysis, and develops artistic approaches and methods by drawing analogies to architectural thinking, urbanism, and design practice. Covers how to communicate ideas and experiences on different scales and through two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and time-based media in new genres.

instructors
TBA
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
TR 9:30-12:30 (E15-001)
prerequisites
description

U: 4.320; G: 4.321

instructors
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
TR 2-5 (E15-054)
prerequisites
G: permission of instructor
description

U: 4.341; G: 4.342

instructors
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
T 9:30-12:30, R: 9:30-12:30 (E15-054, E15-054)
prerequisites
UG: 4.341 or permission of instructor, G: 4.342 or permission of instructor
description

U: 4.344; G: 4.345

instructors
TBA
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
TR 7-10 (E15-070 (Bartos))
prerequisites
U: 4.354 or permission of instructor; G: 4.355 or permission of instructor
description

U: 4.352; G: 4.353

instructors
TBA
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
TR 2-5 (E15-283A)
prerequisites
description

U: 4.354; G: 4.355

instructors
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
M 9:30-12:30, W 9:30-12:30 (E15-001, E15-001)
prerequisites
UG: 4.301 or 4.302; 4.307; 4.312 or permission of instructor; G: 4.307; 4.312 or permission of instructor
description

U: 4.368; G: 4.369

instructors
units
3-3-6 U/G
schedule
MW 9:30-12:30 (E15-283A)
prerequisites
UG: 4.301 or 4.302 or permission of instructor; G: permission of instructor
description

U: 4.373; G: 4.374

Investigates conceptual and formal issues in a variety of media. Explores representation, interpretation and meaning, and how these relate to historical, social and cultural contexts. Helps students develop an initial concept for a publicly situated project. Includes guest lectures and visiting artist presentations.

instructors
Judith Barry
units
3-3-6 G
schedule
MF 2-5 (E15-001)
prerequisites
Permission of instructor
description

Explores the theory and criticism of intersections between art, culture, and technology in relation to contemporary artistic practice, critical design, and media. Students consider methods of investigation, documentation, and display and explore modes of communication across disciplines.