Art and Identity Research Project

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For this final project you will research two (2) contemporary artists who deal with the theme of identity . In addition, you will reflect upon and propose an imagined artwork that relates to your own concept of identity. (Do not worry if you are not artistically inclined, you are NOT expected to create an actual finished art piece; it is merely a proposal for something you imagine.). The final project will be presented as a well - researched PowerPoint presentation (converted/saved and submitted as a PDF). Scholarly research and a Works Cited page/slide are important components of this project.

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ARH2000 Art & Culture Art & Identity Research Project DUE: 06/16/18 Submit via the link provided in Canvas. 15 points / 15% of final grade OVERVIEW For this final project you will research two (2) contemporary artists who deal with the theme of identity. In addition, you will reflect upon and propose an imagined artwork that relates to your own concept of identity. (Do not worry if you are not artistically inclined, you are NOT expected to create an actual finished art piece; it is merely a proposal for something you imagine.). The final project will be presented as a well-researched PowerPoint presentation (converted/saved and submitted as a PDF). Scholarly research and a Works Cited page/slide are important components of this project. HOW TO PREPARE 1. Engage with the presentation: “Art & Identity” 2. Read/review the following from the textbook: Chapter 4.9 (The Body in Art) and 4.10 (Identity, Race, & Gender in Art); pp. 189 (grey box); 357-359 ARTIST RESEARCH 1. Choose two (2) artists from the list on page three of these instructions. Research your chosen artists in relation to their interest in a theme of “Identity”. 2. You must use at least three different types of sources in your research project: The artwork itself will be one source – the most important primary source. Therefore, you must research and find at least two (2) other types of sources (interview with the artists, scholarly articles, books, museum website etc.) to use in your study. See page 189 of your textbook for a list of possible primary and secondary sources. Further resources on how to get started are found in the subheading “Resources” below. You can find many sources in the library or in one of the library’s databases. 3. Your selection of artists should be intentional and surround a specific sub-topic of identity. Your research should not focus on identity in only a broad and general way. Clearly identify the subtopic that relates to your artists. For example, you may find artists that are similarly interested in any of the following sub-topics below:  the fluidity of identity  deconstructing cultural, social, or political difference  feminist critique  diversity or artists who create work that explores related cultures, groups, or societies  You may consider choosing artists that work in the same medium (for example, performance art, painting, or installation) and how that material choice imparts meaning to their work. 4. After selecting your sub-topic and artists, you must decide on a title for your project. USF College of the Arts 1 ARH2000 Art & Culture 5. Your research into the artists should include biographical information and an examination of the artists’ approaches. In a PowerPoint presentation of your research, include the following: a. Biographies of each artist: i. Image of the artist (photo, sketch, etc.) ii. Brief biography: name, date of birth/death, where she/he was trained, and a broad statement about their working process, critical interests and concerns as an artist b. Three artworks by each artist: Find and select three artworks by each artist. Your artist may explore many concepts and ideas, but for this project you must find how their work relates to your chosen sub-topic related to identity. Be selective about which artworks you choose. Each artwork should have two slides minimum: i. An image slide which includes a high quality image of the artwork and its basic identifying information (artist name, title, date, medium, dimensions, and location if known). You may include detail images or alternative views. ii. A separate slide should include a researched statement about the artwork. How does the work relate to your chosen topic? How is this artist’s choice of materials and/or processes relevant or meaningful? c. Final Statement (minimum 400 words): In a final written statement you will compare and contrast the artists and explain how they relate to your chosen sub-topic. Identify and explain the artist’s values, attitudes and approaches. Support your claims with informed examples and ideas, and draw upon concepts, terms, and approaches learned in class. ART PROPOSAL: Your Experience After conducting your research, consider how the artists/artworks chosen do or do not relate to your personal experience. Think about the following: How does your concept of identity relate to the artists you researched? The question of identity may lead to other questions such as: What values are important to me? What else is important to me? Why? Do I identify with any groups or collectives? What “values” do these groups have? Who am I as an individual? How might you communicate your own experience in an artwork? Now, write a statement that proposes an imagined artwork directly related to your own experience. What concepts are important to convey? What materials/medium would you use? Consider scale, location, subject matter? Would it be a figurative self-portrait or would you represent yourself through other ways? Your proposal can include a sketch or diagram, or you may choose to keep it entirely written. If you choose to use a written statement only, be as vividly descriptive as possible. A fun part of this proposal is that since you are not actually expected to complete the work, you are not constricted by location, scale, or cost of materials! RESOURCES In addition to using the artwork as primary source, the use of at least two (2) different types of secondary sources is required. Avoid simple Internet searches. Include a Works Cited page (slide) at the end of your presentation. USF College of the Arts 2 ARH2000 Art & Culture  Library Resources: The best place to start is in the “Library Resources” menu item found in our Canvas home menu. There you will find library databases related to art and art history. You can also find that information at this link: See page 189 of your textbook for examples of effective secondary sources. They include: reference books, books by scholars, scholarly journal articles, book reviews, and museum websites. ARTISTS Choose any two artists from this list. Most of the artists on the list are contemporary artists, meaning that they are living and working today. You will find examples by most of them in your textbook. I’ve grouped them by working process which may prove helpful in identifying artists of interest: (Photography/Video and/or Performance) Nancy Burson, Yasumasa Morimura, Catherine Opie, Robert Mapplethorpe, Nikki S. Lee, Cindy Sherman, Ana Mendieta, Shirin Neshat, Jillian Mayer, Carrie Mae Weems, Pipilotti Rist, Rineke Dijkstra, Lorna Simpson, Matthew Barney, Guerrila Girls, Orlan, Janine Antoni (Painting/Drawing) Judith Baca, Barry McGee, Kerry James Marshall, Elizabeth Peyton, Mickaline Thomas, Kehinde Wiley, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Zhang Chun Hong, Hung Liu, Faith Ringgold, Jenny Saville, Wangechi Mutu (Installations and Sculpture) Yinka Shonibare, Spencer Tunick, Kara Walker, Doris Salcedo, Judy Chicago, Xenobia Bailey, Do Ho Suh, Felix Gonzalez Torres, Ron Mueck, Marc Quinn, Louise Bourgeois, Betye Saar, Magdelena Abakanowicz, Mona Hatoum CHECKLIST Your final presentation should include the following. You may organize and design your presentation for optimal viewing, however, keep in mind you must include all components.  Topic slide including your name and the title of your research project  Artist #1 o Image of the artist and brief bio o Artwork image slides (x3) o Artwork information slides (x3)  Artist #2 o Image of the artist and brief bio o Artwork image slides (x3) o Artwork information slides (x3)  Final Statement (you may break this up into multiple slides due to min. word length)  Artwork Proposal  Works Cited (References) USF College of the Arts 3 ARH2000 Art & Culture FORMAT AND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES  Submit your project via the submission link in Canvas.  Create your project as a PowerPoint presentation. When saving your document for submission, please convert to a PDF for easier viewing. Corrupt files or incorrect documents will result in a zero (0). After uploading, go back to ensure it went through correctly.  Sources should be cited. This includes direct quotations, paraphrases, and images. Here is a helpful resource:  Use clear and complete sentences throughout your presentation. Proofread before submission. You must use correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Rubric The rubric below is a general guide. A rubric with points and specific grading criteria is attached to the assignment in Canvas and will be used in evaluation. 15 points C D, F A B Followed all directions. Presents a thorough and well thought out project. Displays evidence of effort and originality. Idea effectively addresses all the problems presented by the assignment. Answers all required questions thoroughly and displays a full understanding of the topics and how they relate to this project. Followed most but not all directions. Shows evidence of effort. Some elements required further development. Project lacks full evidence of effort and/or is unfinished. Did not follow directions closely. Did not follow directions. The idea doesn’t address the problems presented by the assignment. Shows a good understanding of the topic or parts of the topic, however, missed select concepts and/or did not fully answer the questions assigned. Does not seem to understand the topics very well or how they relate to this project. Did not answer all questions asked. Did not answer many of the questions asked; does not a have an understanding of the topics discussed or how they relate to this project. Points are developed logically, coherently and extensively with convincing, specific supporting details and researched examples. Strong evidence of critical thinking. Presents a plan of development that is carried out. Uses specific supporting details and researched examples. Some evidence of critical thinking. Word choice accurate, varied. Occasional errors in sentence structure, usage and mechanics do not hinder writer’s ability to communicate purpose. Citations complete but may be incorrectly formatted. Development of ideas and points evident but supported by a mixture of generalizations and specific detail. Ideas and points are evident but support is very general and/or inconsistent. Word choice correct but simple/ without variety. Errors in mechanics and/ or usage may partially obscure content of assignment. Incomplete and incorrectly formatted citations. Frequent errors in word choice. Sentence structure and mechanics seriously affect clarity. Minimal or no citations provided. Late? -20% Focus and Clarity (Art Proposal) Focus and Clarity (Written Component) Support for Ideas (Written Component) Language (Written Component) Choice of language consistently precise, purposeful. Nearly flawless sentence structure, usage, mechanics contribute to writer’s ability to communicate purpose. Citations are complete and properly formatted citations. USF College of the Arts 4

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School: Boston College





People looking at a blood motiff

People looking at a blood motiff
▪ Anna depicts both men
and women passing by by
a blood motiff in an alley
as incosiderate (Hugill).
▪ Blood illustrates the
nature of women’s plight.
It is life-threatening.
▪ She indicates that society
is alive to the challenges
that women face

Burning Silhouette

Burning Silhouette
▪ Burning reflects suffering that women
face (Hugill).
▪ The society identifies that “suffering” is

part of femininity.
▪ Some forms of suffering are imposed on
women by the society and it is thus
hypocritical for the society to identify
suffering as a “feminine” identity

Death of a Chicken

Death of a Chicken
▪ Nakedness represents vulnerability of
women in the society (Jones). The

chicken is helpless and so are the
womenfolk in the society.
▪ Women face unspeakable forms of
▪ The fact that they are vulnerable
means that they suffer greatly.

Loving Care

Jane uses her hair and paints
black and white on a floor
(Lindner 5). The paint
represents the feminine
commitment and sacrifice. It
represents loving nature of
women which is their identity.


Chocolate represents a common
item among women (Lemnitzer
15). Lard represents fatty
nature of women. These items
establish women’s identity as

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