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Trace: Experimental “Drawing"

Experiencing the Force of a Curriculum Assemblage

 

Intertwine metaphors and methods to construct comprehensive bricolage curriculum, an assemblage, a constellations of qualities, ideas and objects that introduce students to strategies for experiencing, interpreting, enjoying and making contemporary culture.

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Can drawing be useful if the artist wants to document, not only everyday visual reality, but also more elusive things such as the passing of time, internal emotional states, the detritus of everyday life, or the mental residues of living in a media saturated society?

 

Continuing a series of presentations and articles on re-imagining the content of everyday art education—Postmodern Principles, Principles of Possibility, New School Art Styles, Evocative & Provocative Pedagogy, Bricolage Curriculum—this presentation addresses the need for curriculum frameworks that adequately prepare students for understanding 21st century art and culture.

 

Project examples for this presentation are drawn from the Spiral Workshop theme group, Trace: Experimental Drawing.

 

The presentation includes a wide range of projects including Surrealist gaming, drawing with Durer-like attention to detail, photography as drawing with light, temporary urban installations, and self-portraits as GIF animations.

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TRACE: Part 1

Part 1 explores the use of the terms

      Assemblage Curriculum

      Bricolage Curriculum

      Comprehensive Curriculum 

to articulate goals for 21st century Art Education. 

 

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TRACEPart 2

Part 1 introduces the Spiral Workshop, Trace: Experimental Drawing Group and features the projects, related artists and conceptual ideas:

Surrealist Seeing Into: Inked String

     Mystic Writing Pad: Freud and the Unconscious Mind

     Indexical Drawing

     Hair Today Trace

     Semiotics: How Meaning Is Made

     Traces of Light: a Photography Project

     Leave a Trace: Detournement

     Rauschenberg Erases DeKooning   

 

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TRACEPart 3

Part 3 continues with more Spiral Workshop, Trace: Experimental Drawing Group projects and ideas:

Surrealist Seeing Into: Inked String

     Leave No Trace

     Always a Trace

     Hair Today Trace

     Just Tracers

     Always Already

     Trace in Motion

The presentation concludes showing how the Trace: Experimental Drawing group exemplifies the ideas and values of 21st Century assemblage, bricolage and comprehensive curriculum.

 

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