Modern and Postmodern Art (part 5)

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Modern and Postmodern Art (part 5)
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2012-12-17 01:05:17
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Art as a Political Weapon
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    • Dinner Party
    • Artist: Chicago
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • huge triangular installation
    • butterfly and volva motifs
    • Anatomy of a Kimono
    • Artist: Schaprio
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • paints and real fabrics
    • repeating the shapes and play of colors against each other - deconstructing it
    • Untitled Film Still #35
    • Artist: Sherman
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • shutter release cable
    • portrayal of women as a still object
    • Untitled (Your Gaze Hits the Side of My Face)
    • Artist: Kruger
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • layout techniques like magazines to sell consumer goods
    • words placed on in the staccato style
    • Flowers on Body
    • Artist: Mendieta
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • covered in flowers inside an earthen womb-like cavity
    • downward perspective
    • S.O.S. - Starification Object Series
    • Artist: Wilke
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • 15 chewing gum sculptures in plexiglass cases
    • decorates her body with the pieces of chewed gum shaped into volvas
    • Untitled
    • Artist: Kiki Smith
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • nude life-size wax figures
    • long white drips flow down the bodies
    • Who's Afraid of Aunt Jemima?
    • Artist: Ringgold
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • died, painted, and pieced fabric squares
    • embroidered portraits placed inside of patterned squares
    • Cornered
    • Artist: Piper
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • mixed media installation
    • directness forces viewer to think about society
    • Stereo Styles
    • Artist: Simpson
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • black and white Polaroid prints and 10 engraved plastic plaques
    • African-American hairstyles that are often used to symbolize the entire race
    • Tambo
    • Artist: Edwards
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • welded steel
    • found objects
    • Public Enemy
    • Artist: Hammons
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • leaves crunch under feet and balloon strings brushing against viewer
    • guns propped up pointed at the sculpture of Teddy Roosevelt
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    • Trade
    • Artist: Juane Smith
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • clippings of Native American newspapers
    • Native American artifacts and contemporary sports wear with native names
    • Baboon
    • Artist: Archuleta
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • carved and painted wood, glue, and sawdust
    • Spanish-American tradition of simple painted wooden folk sculptures of holy figures called "santos"
    • Mujer Pegada Series No. 2
    • Artist: Neri
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • bronze women projects from canvas
    • tension between painting and sculpture
    • Mercenaries IV
    • Artist: Golub
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • flattened space
    • dark colors stand out against red background that pushes the figures forward
    • harshly scraped flattened surfaces
    • Artist with Backs
    • Artist: Abakanowicz
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • made by pressing layers on natural fibers into a plastic mold
    • no defining sex
    • When I Put My Hands on Your Body
    • Artist: Woinarowicz
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • silkscreen text
    • overlayed photo of skeleton remains
    • The Homeless Projection
    • Artist: Wodiczko
    • Era: Art as a Political Weapon
    • Techniques:
    • homeless person surrounded by plastic bags projected onto sculptured monument
    • at top is local condominium - connection between urban development and homelessness

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