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CHID 250 F: Special Topics: Introduction to the History of Ideas

"Mobility, Visibility, and the Other: Rendering 2D Animation"

Meeting Time: 
TTh 11:30am - 2:20pm
Location: 
ART 110
SLN: 
21603
Joint Sections: 
ART 360 A
Instructor:
Dan Paz Headshot
Dan Paz

Additional Details:

Description:  THIS CROSS-DISCIPLINARY, PRACTICUM
COURSE FOCUSES ON CONTEMPORARY
FORMS OF DOCUMENTATION TO ANALYZE
REPRESENTATIONS OF STILLNESS AND
MOVEMENT AS IT AFFECTS INDIGENOUS
POPULATIONS AND MARGINALIZED
COMMUNITIES IN THE WEST. BEGINNING
WITH A CLOSE ANALYSIS OF
INDIGENOUS MARK-MAKING, MOBILITY,
VISIBILITY, AND THE OTHER:
RENDERING 2D ANIMATION WILL
EXPLORE ANALOG AND DIGITAL FORMS
OF SEQUENCING THROUGH SLOW
ANIMATION. THROUGH MATERIAL
EXPLORATION, STUDENTS WILL BE
INTRODUCED TO CULTURAL AND
CREATIVE PRACTICES THAT PARSE OUT
INDIGENEITY, THE GLOBAL SOUTH,
RACE,
GENDER, AND ETHNIC LINEAGE TO MAKE
THAUMATROPES, GESTURAL ANIMATIONS,
CONTINUOUS AND STOP-MOTION VIDEOS,
AND 2D ANIMATIONS THAT REFLECT
UPON THEIR OWN RELATIONSHIPS TO
EMBODIED HISTORY. 

Catalog Description: 
Examines a different subject or problem from a comparative framework. Satisfies the Gateways major/minor requirement. Offered: AWSp.
GE Requirements: 
Individuals and Societies (I&S)
Credits: 
5.0
Status: 
Active
Last updated: 
November 29, 2018 - 9:11pm
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