Seminar II: Communication and Arts
Part of this Programme
Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS
Doctorate | Semestral | 5
Year | Type of course unit | Language
1 |Mandatory |Português
Total of Working Hours | Duration of Contact (hours)
125 | 15
Recommended complementary curricular units
Prerequisites and co-requisites
1.Introduction: What images communicate? Settings real effect real, reality and realism 2.Matemática, mirrors and lenses: the Renaissance and the birth of "classical composition" 3.Cartografia and lenses: the Flemish realism 4.The end of the photographic image and the second half of the century XIX: the paradox of the birth of photography and impressionism 5.The Pop Art and the return of figurative and digital 6.Cinema: realism 7.Arquivo perceptive and memory: image and imagination, the fight against forgetting
1. Present and discuss the idea that the visual representation of space goes hand knowledge of the world, but that this representation the presence of art raises the problem of world knowledge. 2. Questioning the concept of time as realism. 3. Discuss the stages of change in the image and its relationship with the context of his time.
Knowledge, abilities and skills to be acquired
Differentiate the various metamorphoses of realism in art. Set the point of view of communication, such as realism conveys the most relevant information on a particular season. Reflection on the relationship between art and historical context from Realism and how this relationship can be interpreted from the idea of ??Archive. In this case, is also reflected on the importance of the vitality of the artistic image.
Teaching methodologies and assessment
Each session has a first part exhibition on the theme of class and based on a specific text provided to students in a timely manner and a second part of the debate. There are sessions with audio-visual support. The evaluation is done through a critical review of one of the texts supplied and integrated the themes of the seminar (7-10 pages).
ALPERS, Svetlana (1999) - The Art of Describing, São Paulo, Edusp (original edition 1983) BAZIN, André (1992) - What is Cinema?, Lisbon, Horizon Books Buci-Glucksmann, Christine (1996) - cartographique L'oeil de l'art, Paris, Galilee DIDI-Huberman, Georges (2012) - Images Despite Everything, Lisbon, KKYM Foster, Hal (1996) - The Return of the Real, Cambridge / Massachusetts, MIT Press FROGIER, Larys (2009) - Risking Real, Lisbon, Berardo Collection Hockney, David (2001) - Secret Knowledge. Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters, New York, Viking Studio SCHWARZER, Mitchell (2004) - Zoomscape: architecture in motion and media, New York, Princeton Architectural Press