- This subject examines how creative practice can engage with social forms and processes.
- The aim is to encourage conceptually informed, interdisciplinary practice that reflects upon dimensions of social space and history.
- Students gain a critical understanding of relevant traditions of creative practice and develop individual and collaborative projects that reconsider the relationship between art and society.
On completion of this subject students will have:
- developed an understanding of interdisciplinary and collaborative arts practice
- developed an understanding of socially engaged creative practice
- broadened their interpretive and critical skills in reviewing their work through comparison with relevant contemporary artists
- deepened their fluency in researching contemporary arts practice and discussion of contemporary art movements.
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