This unit will assist you in developing one of the fundamental skills required to become a successful practitioner; knowing where your ideas are coming from. By undertaking Electronic Media 2B will continue to develop your technical, formal and conceptual abilities as a practitioner in one or more of the diverse forms of this medium, but with this added focus.
Through set practical projects you will develop the ability to "contextualise" your work, through developing awareness of how creative works reference each other and how new ideas and genres are generated through this referencing process.
|Unit name||Electronic Media 2D|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law & Education
School of Creative Arts
Dr W Hart and/or sessional staff
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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3 hour studio session weekly, with an expectation of an additional 3 hours independent practical work per week (13 weeks)
Context project (30%); 'Homage' Project (70%)
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