Breaking the Frame: Photography as Installation, Object, and Concept

Course Code: 21SCEPV134

Dates: May 18 - June 22, 2021

Meets: Tu from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM EST

Location: Online Zoom Classroom

Spring Tuition: $600

Photography is often thought of as only a still image within a frame. This course looks beyond aperture and framing, and instead focuses on how the medium can be transformed and expanded through approaches to installation, inclusion of objects, multimedia components, and the process of making conceptually driven work that expands beyond the frame. Weekly lectures, in-class workshops, group critiques, and individual meetings guide students to cultivate strong concept-development skills, along with a broader view of photography as a whole. This course is limited to 10 students.

Prerequisite: Intermediate: You are familiar with a camera, whether film or digital. You understand aperture, shutter speed, exposure, white balance, histograms, and how to control focus. You are comfortable editing and processing your images. You may want to learn how to utilize your camera in a more thoughtful and articulate way, or learn more about lighting or how to utilize theoretical concepts in relation to your portfolio of work.

Kei Ito 1
Image: Kei Ito, Afterimage Requiem (Installation at SECCA), 2019
Fee: $600.00
Hours:18.00

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)Spring Tuition$ 560.00
Mandatory FeeMaterial Fee$ 40.00

Online Zoom Classroom

Kei Ito

Faculty Bio
Date Day Time Location
05/18/2021Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM Online Zoom Classroom
05/25/2021Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM Online Zoom Classroom
06/01/2021Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM Online Zoom Classroom
06/08/2021Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM Online Zoom Classroom
06/15/2021Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM Online Zoom Classroom
06/22/2021Tuesday10 AM to 1 PM Online Zoom Classroom

Prior to the class, the students must send their website link or PDF portfolio containing 3 projects that describe their artistic practice and vision, in addition to a list of 3 artists/projects who they are most influenced by. Students must be prepared to introduce themselves (10min each) during the first class, showcasing your artistic practice.

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