#1 Discussion-Work of Art
You will take on the role of an investigative journalist by using the Internet to seek out different kinds of artworks including art that is not conventionally considered to be art. Works of art currently, or traditionally found in museums should be excluded from your examples. Choose two specific works of art (not general forms of art) that will make for a captivating news article. Apply your own critical thinking to completely describe the works and put them in context for the reader. Elaborate on the details in your own words. Consider including a headline to grab your reader's attention, and be sure to include a clearly labeled URL (Web link) to the image. Cite all sources. Answer the following:
1. What is the FORM of the work?
2. Is it a two-dimensional or three-dimensional work of art?
3. Does the work of art have SUBJECT MATTER? If so, what is literally depicted?
4. Is the work of art REPRESENTATIONAL, ABSTRACT, or NONOBJECTIVE?
5. What is the CONTENT?
6. What does it mean or represent?
7. W hat is the artist's message?
8. Is symbolism used? If so, what is the meaning?
2# Exercise 1: Research Topic
1. Look up and list two or more definitions of the word art from different reliable sources on the Internet. Be sure to properly quote and cite these definitions.
2. Then search the Internet and find one specific example of each of the eight types of art listed below. Your examples should be by established artists and/or from museum collections online. Submit a description of the art and an explanation of why the example you provide exemplifies the definition(s) of the word art. Use your critical thinking to evaluate this question for each example. References should include the URL for each example:
o Conceptual Art
o Installation Art
o Performance Art
You are required to comply with APA style format for quotations, internal citations and a reference list.
List All sources and cite them. Min. of 4 sources.