Obsession can take many forms. We see here collections of things that may be considered obsessive, also drawing, design, and installation work in which we could argue the artist is obsessive in either the technique or media used. How do you think obsession can aid and abet the artist in his/her work and how does obsession affect you as an artist?
This interdisciplinary fine arts course results in the development of a body of work around contemporary art topics. Research, concept development and studio practice will combine to broaden your skills and ideas. Stimulating assignments together with experimentation promote analysis and understanding of contemporary art ideas, world cultures and historical periods, and other areas of visual information. Studio production and the communication of concepts visually, verbally and in written form will be combined in this thought-provoking course