Checklist for final critique (Group B with instructors: John, Barbara, Kevin)

For your convenience, here is the checklist for students in Group B, those studying with faculty instructors John, Barbara, and Kevin.  This checklist was also posted last week on the walls of the classroom studio.

Projects checklist

You must bring the following projects to your final crit. These, with exception of computer files, must be ready to hang on the walls 20 minutes BEFORE your scheduled critique. (The first group on Monday and the first group on Tuesday should arrive at 7:30AM to put up their work.)

Project 1.

Four darkened room charcoal drawings:

— Drawing done in near-total darkness as response to the rectangle of the paper and to the sounds
— Drawing of the unstable pinpoint light
— Drawing of after-images created by flash-bulb burst of light
— Drawing of closed-eye vision (after pressing on closed eyelids)

Project 2.

— Negative Charcoal drawing, inverting the black, white, and gray-scale values derived from one of the darkened room drawings.

Project 3.

— 360-degree drawing project

Project 4.

Digital “Image Breakdown” (fractals) project:

— Minimum of 9 digital files made in Photoshop must be in Barbara’s folder on the 5th floor computer workstation in the “East” Computer Lab by Sunday night at 9:00pm. If you already put them there (for that critique), then you are done with this item of the checklist.

Project 5.

Invented Spaces project (using chicken wire, photos, drawing, etc.):

Do bring the following 2 items (note, you do not need to bring the original chicken wire):

— your original printed photo or photos (of the chicken wire, shadows, etc.)
— your completed project

Project 6.

Color Expression Through Juxtaposition – project with the following separate pieces:

— 6 swatches of single hue: opaque, plus changes in tint, shade, tone
— 2 adjacent colors covering single sheet of paper. One color advances, one color recedes
— 9-square grid (harmonious)
— 9-square grid (discordant)
— Color project homework due at final crit.

end of checklist.

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About Barbara

Idiomorphics refers to the construction and application of "cinema software" to the moving image as an ongoing project. Idiomorphics also refers to engagement of a conceptual and cultural riddle in relation to memory and perception.