Drawing As A Verb: Exploring Uncertainty (DRW2120.01)

Josh Blackwell

Shying away from the static, resolved, or finished image, this course will explore drawing as a process of ongoing inquiry. It is intended to foster an experimental and experiential approach to making art, generally eschewing representation. Students will engage with various techniques and processes to make drawings that document experience as well as create an image. Topics to be considered include: artistic intent, ambition, happenings, failure, and chance. Class time is used for drawing, technical demonstrations, discussion and critique. Relevant artists include: Marcel Duchamp, Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage, Jean Tinguely, Allan Kaprow, Yvonne Rainer, Lee Lozano,and Yayoi Kusama. Prerequisite: a positive attitude and an open mind.

Corequisites; enrollment in Visual Arts Lecture Series

Prerequisites: None
Credits: 4
Th 2:20pm - 6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 16
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as All courses, Four Credit, 2000, Drawing, Joshua Blackwell, Monday and/or Thursday Afternoons.