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by: Donna, Adina, Jimmy, Nazija, Kimberley, Oksha http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/wp-content/media-odds/Macaulay-Night-at-the-Museum-ft.-22The-Road-of-the-War-Prisoners22.mp4 Levels of Analysis Discussed: Description, Interrogation, Subject Matter of the Piece, Historical Context, Artist's Intention, Observers' Interpretations Levels of Analysis Neglected: Formal Properties (addressed in captions in the video) If I had … Continue reading
by: Ali Murji, Rishi Dutt, Collin Chipetine http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/mediaarts/files/gravity_forms/9-fc3d6cae33936728c6f74429c844aef2/2015/09/Iagos-Mirror.mp4 We did a lot of historical analyzation of the work in relation to the time period in which the piece was constructed. We could have included more subject matter discussion through our … Continue reading
by: Denise Robles, David Alvarez, Christina Tsangouri, Ashwini Chawla http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/mediaarts/files/gravity_forms/9-fc3d6cae33936728c6f74429c844aef2/2013/10/Macaulay1.m4v It was interesting to witness such a great work of art and to discuss it with my peers. We learned that art can be interpretive in many ways. All art … Continue reading
by: Rachel DeCesario, Devin Dougherty, Jonah Estess, Nicole Turturro http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/mediaarts/files/gravity_forms/9-fc3d6cae33936728c6f74429c844aef2/2013/10/Brooklyn-Museum-Avarice.m4v We enjoyed being able to engage in an intelligent discussion with new friends about interesting works of art. We gained a more “trained eye” when looking at art.
by: Silvia Cohn, Kyle Williams, and Acadia Branch http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/mediaarts/files/gravity_forms/9-fc3d6cae33936728c6f74429c844aef2/2013/09/To-Ride-the-Death-Cart.m4v I learned the intimacies of our group members as art allowed ourselves deeper conversation about normally taboo topics. Also, Kyle learned a little more about GarageBand.
by: Reylyn Roldan, Samantha Ong, Abhishek Samdaria, Sara Louie http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/mediaarts/files/gravity_forms/9-fc3d6cae33936728c6f74429c844aef2/2013/09/My-First-Project5.m4v Things aren’t as easy as they seem. The early bird gets the worm. It was a learning experience, we learned how to analyze art according to our perspectives and senses.
by: Katherine Chiu, Jamie Liang, Selena Vargas, Shio Fung Zhu http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/mediaarts/files/gravity_forms/9-fc3d6cae33936728c6f74429c844aef2/2013/09/medium3.m4v Overall, the trip to the Brooklyn Museum was very enjoyable. Being able to discuss artwork in an undisturbed environment of other college students was quite enlightening. It was fantastic … Continue reading