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Published on February 18, 2008

Author: Stefanie

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THE PORTFOLIO:  THE PORTFOLIO Chia-Ter Pi TABLE OF CONTENTS:  TABLE OF CONTENTS Intended Audience & Primary Goals Nature of Human Values What is Art for? Is Food Art? The Art of Personal Adornment The Aesthetics of Horror Creative Spirituality Art Technology and Games Remixing Culture Goals for Future Learning Bibliography Intended Audience & Primary Goals:  Intended Audience & Primary Goals Audience: Parents & Friends Primary Goals: Report progress & provide new insight I have absorb in this class The Nature of Human Values Objective – Explore one’s own value system:  The Nature of Human Values Objective – Explore one’s own value system My top 5 value system: Enjoyment - Living Family - Caring & Cherishing Friendship - Supporting Health - Maintaining Independence – Proving Reflections: I have selected this artifact because this artifact allows me to know why I have picked those five to be my top five value systems. And realized this belief patterns come from the values I saw within my parents, friends, elderly, and of course the world itself. Then I judge all these values by myself to see what's more important to me. This is how I come up with this values. All of the rest I can understand why is important and I can come into my thinking process, but they are just less important than my top five choices. They are not necessary worthless, they all are important in some given situations. For example like wealth, without wealth how can we keep our health? Thus, these values are all interrelated to each other. What is Art for? Objective – Examine multiple perspectives for evaluating art:  What is Art for? Objective – Examine multiple perspectives for evaluating art My summary discussion Insights: Art is universal Art is an powerful weapon Art is an symbols Art as an ideology Art is an representative of power & status Reflections: This artifact was used because I believe these are the general perspectives of how arts can be represented as and to be evaluates. Base on the previous top five values, I’ve come to a conclusion that art represent our value. Whatever we are more acceptable in our value or viewed more important, we are more likely to accept it when it comes to art. Like everything else, our perception is a huge factor depend on how we judge particular things. Example if we value art more like how the British during WW II, we’ll be more likely to see art as a symbol of power and collect all art collection into the Great British Museum. Is Food Art? Objectives – Explore the notion of food as an artform:  Is Food Art? Objectives – Explore the notion of food as an artform My summary discussion Insights: Food itself is not art The process of making food is an art Visual perception is a key determent for food to be art Reflections: This artifact was summarized and put together because surprisingly my attitude toward food is not an art has not changed. To me food is not an art is an easy process because food to me is just always food. However I learned the fact from my classmates and from discussion with friends, that food could be an art. A key determent is our visual perception because without viewing it, we can not understand how did the food been crafted or the process of making so. The Art of Personal Adornment Objectives – Investigate how physical appearances affects definitions of identity and belonging:  The Art of Personal Adornment Objectives – Investigate how physical appearances affects definitions of identity and belonging My summary of observation targets: Starbucks female workers Muchas Gracias female workers Milkyway male Workers Reflections: This artifact was summarized is based on the research we have conduct that how we define people with their physical appearances. I realized how easily our first impression is 95% base on stereotyping. Based on our prior beliefs and knowledge of the world, we are easily to judge on person from their personal adornments. With knowing is a generalization and the information might be wrong, however, our human being still stereotyping one another. The main reason of particular personal adornment are often been hidden. The Aesthetics of Horror Objectives – Explore the psychological and emotional curiosity for and impact of horror art on individuals and society:  The Aesthetics of Horror Objectives – Explore the psychological and emotional curiosity for and impact of horror art on individuals and society Reflections: This artifact was summarized from an article because it give a great explanation why we are attracted to watch horror films. As I mention in my summary, I accept the curiosity reason more than Sigmund Freud because curiosity makes more sense to me even thought I am a psychology minor. Is just too hard for me to understand where he had all these Id ego and super ego from. However, put these aside, I simply watch it because I am not scare by these scary movies and it brings me pleasure. That will be my way to explain why is so appealing to us, thus in a way it satisfy my psychological needs. Why do we watch horror movies? - Psychological Needs (Sigmund Freud Philosophy) - Curiosity Summary of my interpretation Original Article Creative Spirituality Objectives – Discuss the differences between spirituality and religion:  Creative Spirituality Objectives – Discuss the differences between spirituality and religion Spirituality: Is something that we mentally attach to it, when we are in sorrow, happiness or whatever. Is something that shows more invisible, more psychological rather them physical. I do think that spirituality are largely have to do with what we experiences and personal attachment. Religion: A belief we put our soul into, to trust and to rely on it. Is also something we attached mentally, but we are able to show our belief by both psychological and physical. Q&A on Spirituality and religion Reflections: This artifact was picked because it shows my understanding toward spirituality and the religions. And able to tell the differences in depths. Spirituality and religions is very closely associated with one another. Art Technology and Games Objectives –Discuss the validity of art created with the aid of machines:  Art Technology and Games Objectives –Discuss the validity of art created with the aid of machines Artifact Lockhart River art exhibition enters virtual reality Nano-Art & Nanotechnology- Exhibition Reflections: This artifact was used because both of these articles were talking about how the technologies has help in improving the art itself. Not just on the art itself, some technologies has made the art more available and easy to reach like the Lockhart River art exhibitions. Technologies is absolutely a key important for art in the future. Remixing Culture Objectives – Evaluate the meanings of real and fake and examine their intersection with personal and cultural identity and authenticity:  Remixing Culture Objectives – Evaluate the meanings of real and fake and examine their intersection with personal and cultural identity and authenticity Artifact: Reflections: This artifact was from the remixing Google activity that we did during that week. We were asked to imagine what is like to be a artist and describe five characteristics we will have as an arts. This artifact shows my personal values and perception to show that if I’m an artist I’ll be creative, carefree, quiet, stubborn and passionate. These pictures in the artifact did not created by me, however it was use as a remix. To represent picture from someone else but the word shows my real meaning. Therefore these pictures are supplement to my artifact. Goals for Future Learning:  Goals for Future Learning Continue learning of each subject because they are lifetime lessons. Able to understand more of each topic for discussion with families, friends, coworkers Not to limited our imagination or deny other people’s expression Expand knowledge by listen to what people have to say about particular things. Bibliography:  Bibliography http://indeedooblue.blogspot.com/ http://www.uq.edu.au/news/?article=12213 http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=22914 http://www.tribuneindia.com/2003/20030823/windows/main2.htm

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