What is the relationship between art and the commons? The understanding of art as a common has broader significance when we begin to look at what happens when an artist’s creativity is expressed—when we make or do something with our creative energy. While we each may experience any given artwork differently, art is part of […]

This week we examine how artists develop work that appeals to senses beyond sight – taste, touch, smell and hearing. Then in the Western philosophical tradition, vision is often associated with thinking, and I agree with the question of whether Neimanis’ knowledge of the senses is open to another mode of relationship. As we all […]

After watching Derek Jarman’s “Blue”. I read about the film, and when the film was made, Drake was almost completely blind at the time. Blindness is a by-product of AIDS, and the blue on the image is exactly the color of his vision when he received retinal treatment. I disagree with the term “sensory struggle”. […]

In our first class of the week, we were placed in Professor Jack’s group and we explored how games can be conceived and performed in contemporary art. After reading the book “Critical Games: Radical Game Design“, I found that the author’s main focus is on some critical game ideas, through her creative practice, through a […]

Can ordinary things become incredible? Have you carefully observed the details of life? When I came back to the topic of “weird research” again, I lay still on the grass and looked at the clouds in the sky, as if it was the first time I noticed that the clouds in the sky looked like […]

  I take the two words apart to understand and combine them, face: it can be understood as face, face, direction, food, the appearance of things, etc. Metaphor can be understood as understanding, analogy, and explanation. I combine their meanings to get a new word: face-to-face metaphor, which can be understood as face-to-face instruction as […]

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