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CAEL3021: Expanded Painting

In this unit of study you will explore the interfaces between painting, installation, digital technology, monoprinting, sculpture and performance. In considering these hybrid forms you experiment with painting in the expanded field. You will work on a self-directed project developed through studio work, lectures, tutorials and group critiques.

Code CAEL3021
Academic unit Sydney College of the Arts
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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12 credit points at 1000 level in Visual Arts or Studio Foundation
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Development: Demonstrate competencies in the skills, systems, and approaches to contemporary art practice
  • LO2. Development: The application of skills in the generation of art objects, and engagements relative to visual art. Showing evidence of development in skills and technologies, and the capacity to reflect on the art-making process as it relates to the demands of the unit.
  • LO3. Critical Awareness: Demonstrate the strategies requisite to a critical awareness within art-making: the appropriate application of concepts, a willingness to explore unfamiliar approaches, and the development of the appropriate means of applying them
  • LO4. Commitment: Demonstrate a commitment to art practice, deploying qualities of regularity, consistency and openness with the objective of shaping a dedicated art practice.
  • LO5. Innovation: Confidently adopt an experimental and imaginative approach to the creative process to pursue idiosyncratic, innovative outcomes.
  • LO6. Competence: Demonstrated willingness and ability to work in groups collaboratively, reflectively and consultatively
  • LO7. Critical Awareness: Show awareness, sensitivity and empathy to subjective, cultural and racial differences
  • LO8. Competence: Apply Workplace Health & Safety (WHS) to all aspects of studio practice
  • LO9. Show ethical competence and support cultural diversity

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 1 week before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.