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MAAT BOOK 18

2014 Summer  MAAT Lab Study   2014.07.07 – 08.25

 

 
 

2014 summer MAAT lab Study: 2014.07.07 – 08.25  (MAAT BOOK 18)

October Customized

 

Summer has already come to us with the attractive burning sun light. Photography, film, game, neuroaesthetics, etc are our topics of interest. In this summer, let’s go into a little deeper thoughts and ideas using October. Each of you has your own interesting theme for your own study, and I distributed an initiating clue to each of you. Carefully read the article that you get for your own, and try to follow the author’s breath. You, however, have to remember that you are thinking, not he or she is thinking. Be a researcher and discover interesting topics from other’s readings and articles.

 

- 2014. 06. 17    dr.yoon

 

 

 

 

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Monday 2pm

Readings

1.

 

2014.

07.07

1. Vertov, the View from Nowhere, and the Expanding Circle

Malcolm Turvey

OCTOBER 148, Spring 2014, pp.79–102.

Chairs: gy

2. Ed Ruscha and the Language That He Used

Lisa Pasquariello

OCTOBER 111, Winter 2005, pp.81–106.

Chairs: mjw

2.

 

07.28

3. Blinded Insights: On the Modernist Reception of the Art of the Mentally Ill

Hal Foster

OCTOBER 97, Summer 2001, pp.3–30.

Chairs: jc

4. What’s in a Face? Blankness and Significance in Contemporary Art Photography                              

Julian Stallabrass

OCTOBER 122, Fall 2007, pp.71–90.

Chairs: mjk

3.

 

08.04

5. From the Photo-Series to Extended Photo-Observation

Sergei Tret’iakov

OCTOBER 118, Fall 2006, pp.71–77

Chairs: eh

6. Touching to See                                                                                                                                      

Jean Arnaud

OCTOBER 114, Fall 2005, pp.5–16.

Chairs: ka

4.

 

08.11

7. This Photography Which is Not One: In the Gray Zone with Tina Modotti                                           

Carol Armstrong

OCTOBER 101, Summer 2002, pp.19–52.

Chairs: yh

8. Introduction                                                                                                                                              

Humberto R. Maturana and Francisco J. Varela

Autopoiesis and Cognition: The Realization of the Living,

Dordrecht, Holland: D. Reidel, 1972

Chairs: ja

5.

 

08.18

9. The ABCs of Contemporary Design                                                                                                          

Hal Foster

OCTOBER 100, Spring 2002, pp.191–199.

Chairs: (jh)

10-1. Performative Materiality and Interpretative Interface                                                                           

10-2 The Cult Future of Books

10-3 Quantum Leap: Beyond Literal Materiality

Johanna Drucker

Chairs: es

6.

 

08.25

11. Sutured Reality: Film, from Photographic to Digital                                                                               

Francesco Casetti

OCTOBER 138, Fall 2011, pp.95–106.

Chairs: (ys)

12. Simulation versus Narrative: Introduction to Ludology                                                                             

Gonzalo Fraca

Video/Game/Theory, Routledge, 2003.

Chairs: jw

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Jangwon Lee,
Jun 16, 2014, 9:35 PM
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