Problem Scenario ‘The Commons’ Consider how the arts and contemporary theory structure “the commons” anew: how the commons becomes both a goal and a trope in post-millennial art and cultural theory.’ (Amy J. Elias) What is the relationship between art and the commons? The combination of art and commons facing the challenge to be in […]

Blue In her article, “Derek Jarman’s Blue: Negating the Visual”, Jenna Carine Ashton states “The auditory comes to replace the visual; with Blue there is a sensory tussle as we are forced  to listen.” Reflecting on your own experience of watching Blue, do you agree? Why/why not? This idea is reasonable, but I do not agree auditory […]

In her article, “Derek Jarman’s Blue: Negating the Visual”, Jenna Carine Ashton states “The auditory comes to replace the visual; with Blue there is a sensory tussle as we are forced  to listen.” Reflecting on your own experience of watching Blue, do you agree? Why/why not? This idea is reasonable, but I do not agree auditory can […]

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Reflection In these two weeks, we have read an essay by Vesna Krstich (2016) about the Pedagogy of play, which gives a good overview of the study between play and education and focuses on the score performance in the form of lessons. Also, we read another book named Play Matters, in the first section, Miguel […]

Themes in contemporary In the Week1,  Day 1 10:00-12:30 Wednesday 21st September Before class, we watch a video on James Clegg’s provocation of The Weird and Phil Ford’s study, Birth of the Weird. Today’s first part is the introduction to the course. Themes in contemporary consist of four Themes or “learning sprints” and each theme […]

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