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2011_2 winter; Beyond the Modern

2011 winter MAAT lab Study: 2012. 01. 11 – 02. 01 (MAAT BOOK 13)

 

Beyond the Modern: On the Material and Medium

 

Our 13th lab study is on sculpture and city. It would be our topic how sculpture is transformed into new form and meaning, just like the transformation of the city. In those transformations, the role of contemporary science and technology is prominent. First, we will look at the shift of sculpture carefully, and as a further study to expand our own ideas into the environment, the city will be considered as the medium. (Do you remember that I have talked about the city-specific video art in somewhere?) On our physical environment and its meaning, we will shine them, connecting and re-connecting fragmented elements during the study. Enjoy!

- 2011.11.30   dr.yoon

dates

readings

Chair

remarks

Wednesday 2-5pm

information science building 509

 

 

 

1. 01.11

Burnham, Ch. One

Hyunjung Lee        Jnagwon Lee

 beginning with the introduction by dr.yoon

2. 01.18

Burnham, Ch. Two

 
Wonjin Song
Byongjeong Kim

 

3  01.25

Burnham, Ch. Three

 
Eungsuk Kim
Geunyoung An

 

4. 02.01

Burnham, Ch. Four

Kittler

 
Choongsup Kim
 
Seungae Bang

 

 

 

 

 

TEXTS:  

1. Jack Burnham, Beyond Modern Sculpture: The Effects of Science and Technology on the Sculpture of This Century, 1968, 4th edition (New York: George Braziller, 1975) 1-181.

2. Friedrich A. Kittler and Mathew Griffin, “The City is a Medium,” New Literary History, Vol. 27, No. 4 (Baltimore: John Hopkins UP, 1996) 717-729.


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