Art and Ideas: Film as Art
10 per pnt
This course explores the visual styles & formal concerns that link cinematic traditions ranging from Hollywood films to conceptual, underground, & avant-garde cinema to visual art practice. Both well-known & lesser-known films are examined & analyzed from a visual standpoint as a major part of 20th century art history. The course includes readings, screenings, & slide lectures, which foreground the relationship between classic filmic themes such as alienation, abjection, artifice, camp, identification, & voyeurism with the representations of modern & contemporary art.
- Old Course Number: E94.2454
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