Contemporary Art Practice (MA)

Contemporary Art Practice – Moving Image (MA)

About

Artists in the Critical Practice pathway have a focus on exploratory and research driven practices. Working in a responsive, dialogical, critical environment with an emphasis on wider socio-political issues, the graduating students of Critical Practice 2020 critically interrogate art production in relation to urgent socio-political contexts, both questioning and redefining practice. Ideas and themes including performativity, gender(ing), identity, critical race theory and decolonial issues are highlighted and examined in works that span across mediums, from 3D modeling to live-streaming performance, video, sound, and text.

Anne Duffau, Pathway Lead, Critical Practice


3D
3D Scan
Absurdity
Abuse
animals
Animation
AR
Augmented Reality
Autobiography
Avatars
Blackness
Body
capitalism
cat
Ceramic
Child abuse
Climate crisis
Computer Generated
consumerism
contemporary art
Cyborg
Dance
Death
Digital Art
Documentary
Documentation
dog
Ecology
environment
Experimental film
experimental video
extinction
family
Fantasy And The Surreal
female identity
femalebody
Femininity
feminisim
fiction
Film
Forestry
fossil fuels
Found Footage
Fragmentary
Fragmentary
Game
Gaming
gender equality
gender fluidity
gender performativity
Gesture
Identity
Identity
Identity And Body
Installation
Interaction
Interactive
Landscape
love
Memory
Memory
Monologue
Monologue
Moving image
Moving image
myth
mythology
Narration / Storytelling
Narrative
nature
non-binary
Performance
Personality
pets
Photography
Poetry
porcelain
Psychology
Queer
Reality
Relationships
Science Fiction
sea
self portrait
Self Reflection
self-awareness
Senses
Sensuality
Sexuality
Short Film
Sound
Soundscape
spiritual
Stop-motion animation
Surrealism
sustainability
Sustainability
Text
Three-dimensional
three.js
Trauma
Truth
Utopia
Video
VideoGame
Virtual
virtual space
virtualism
Visual poetry
Web design
webstie
wildlife
Writing
Social
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