Concept & Ideation

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Concept & Ideation
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  1. Interpretation
    • To make sense of a
    • photograph for oneself and to learn what it means to others. Interpretation is
    • a discovery and invention.
  2. Illustration

    • Barbara Kruger

    • American conceptual artist, Guerilla
    • Girls, Used black and white images with red text to make it stand out from the
    • rest.
  • Damien Hirst and Other Controversial topics
      • “Crucified Lamb”,


      • Lamb in the same position Jesus was on the Cross. The flies life cycle, “Thousand
      • Years”
    • Physical Impossibility of
    • Death in the Mind of Someone Living (1991) – shark in the tank.

    • This Little Piggy went to Market, this
    • little piggy stayed home (1991) – Pig that slides open.
  • Andres Serrano
      • Piss Christ
  • Ron Mueck
      • hyperrealist sculptor, made all of the life like people and animals, he
      • wanted for his sculputers to be perfect from every angle.

  • Gerhard Richter and Style
      • Phantom Interceptors 1964 (Blurry airplanes), Madrid
      • 1968, Courbet 1986 (abstract).
  • Manipulation of the Body Image
      • Leonardo The Mona Lisa 1503-1506.
      • The Theory of Dr. Lillian Schwartz (was it really a split half of a man’s face?)

  • Cindy Sherman
    • Changed the way she
    • looked, Made herself look completely different
  • Zhang Huan
      • “Meat Suit”
  • Orlan
      • Plastic surgery on herself


    • Stelarc and the Cyborg

      • Technology.
  • Pearlstein and David Salle
      • (Pearl) uses nude bodies not for sexuality but for the forms and shape they are Two
      • Models on a Kilim Rug with Mirror 1983 (David) uses random pictures and form.
  • Andy Goldsworthy
    Artist that uses Ephimeral art (Temporary) uses stone, wood, and water

    Slate Arch
  • Chuck Close
    Portraits of people (They look abstract up close but from far away it takes form to look realistic)
  • Janine Antoni and Acconci
    Loving Care (1992) uses her hair and dye to mop the floor

    Lick and Lather (1993-1994) chocolate & Soap Sculptures of herself.

    Gnaw Chocolate & lard blocks that she kept biting.
  • Environmental Art
    A type of art that has to do with the nature, it may harm or not examples or artists

    • Wolfgang Laib
    • Robert Smithson
    • Mel Chin
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