GROUND TRUTH: EVIDENCE OF PARIS THROUGH DRAWING AND DIGITAL MEDIA
Co-taught with Lauren Garber Lake
In this course, students will investigate the old and the new city, weaving the past and the present through the physicality of walking, experiencing, reflecting in the tradition of the flaneur. As practitioners of the city, students will relate image data with known artifacts on the ground and interpret their topographical narratives into artworks. Students will use a variety of approaches to both drawing media and digital devices as resources to collect and construct images.
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Sacre Coeur pilgrimage: step by step
Using lo-res consumer digital cameras, students meditated on one set of 34 steps leading up to the entrance to the shrine at Sacre Coeur.
Final project videos
Student used mapping as a methodology for creating videos about mapping the motion of a subway, exploring Luxemborg Gardens and light at Versailles