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ART HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY (L01)  (Dept. Info)Arts & Sciences  (Policies)

L01 Art-Arch 4005Time, Work, Play: Art, Design, Urban Practice3.0 Units
Description:This seminar-co-taught by faculty in two different schools (Arts and Sciences and Sam Fox School/College of Architecture) investigates the interrelations of three of the key categories of experience-time, work, and play-- in the 20th century and into the 21st. It does so through the lens of historians, artists, theorists and philosophers, and urbanists. Using a variety of visual forms-- from painting to film, animation, found objects, performance, and conceptual art--and spatial and design practices, we will test, analyze, and possibly reconfigure specific propositions and practices over the past century concerning the relationship of time, work, and play. The seminar begins with a historical prelude on pre-industrial time forms and on the impact of mechanization and industry on older habits and experiential forms shaped around pre-modern conceptions of time, and proceeds through a series of case studies, organized topically. Bringing together students from design, urban planning, art history, and other fields, we seek to pry apart fixed ideas about time, labor, productivity, leisure and play, and to see aesthetic and spatial practices as fields of radical experimentation in new social forms. Prerequisites: Intro to Western Art (L01 113) or Intro to Modern Art (L01 215); one 300-level course in Art History preferred; or permission of instructor.
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