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Mid Point Review. 21.2.12 MA Digital Arts / Nahram Yu. 0. background. 1. idea/themes “We have found the enemy and he is us”. irony/contradiction Life and death Love and hate Pain and pleasure Luxury and poverty Beauty and ugliness. art-anti art Parody/satire

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mid point review

Mid Point Review


MA Digital Arts / Nahram Yu


1. idea/themes

“We have found the enemy and he is us”



    • Life and death
    • Love and hate
    • Pain and pleasure
    • Luxury and poverty
    • Beauty and ugliness
  • art-anti art
    • Parody/satire
    • Challenge to conventions
    • disorientation
    • nonsense
  • confusion/uncertainties
    • illusion
    • dualities
    • Time/space
    • distortion
  • words/statements/quotes

Helps to describe the distinct characteristics of an artist’s practice

  • Cubist painters integrated letters and words, painted and found, into stilllifes and Dadaists used playful linguistic manipulations
  • It can be used in multiple ways: as narrative, as instruction, as statement, as sculpture, in literary and poetic forms, as recorded speech, and as the matter or object of the artwork itself.
  • Artists such as Jenny Holzer and Barbara Kruger have appropriated the message as their medium, placing provocative, often highly politicised statements in public places

The physical impossibility of death in the mind of someone living – (Damien Hirst)

  • We avoid risks in life so we can make it safely to death
  • how can a person give you so much strength yet still be your only weakness?
  • if everything I say is a lie, am I telling you the truth when I say I'm lying?
  • If you didn't get caught, did you really do it?

2d – digital projection/digital print

  • moving or interactive – web, video, animation
  • installation

From my experiments, which piece of work was most memorable and why?

  • What ironies of this life have you experienced/encountered?
  • Humans are contradictory beings. Discuss
  • Does technology advance the depth/level of interaction between people or does it hinder it?