Research Project Over the course of the semester you will be investigating an individual research project involving contemporary art. This project should answer a particular research question and not merely be a biography of a selected artist or overview of a theme. The final paper should be eight pages (double- spaced, 12pt font, 1″ margins and make use of primary and secondary sources. The assignment will be broken into a research proposal, annotated bibliography, outline and draft, mini-presentation, and final version.There are Class element’s PDF, to help you understand the zone you need to work on, can’t use any as reference in the paper. And other class materials, can’t use as referenceshttps://walkerart.org/magazine/william-popel-will-…https://publicdelivery.org/zhang-huan-my-new-york/…http://miamioh.kanopy.com/welcome/video/marina-abr…
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Over the course of the semester you will be investigating an individual research project involving
contemporary art. This project should answer a particular research question and not merely be a
biography of a selected artist or overview of a theme. The final paper should be eight pages (doublespaced, 12pt font, 1margins) and make use of primary and secondary sources. The assignment will
be broken into a research proposal, annotated bibliography, outline and draft, mini-presentation, and
Hello, you only need to help me to finish outline and draft, mini-presentation, and final version.
The research project must related to the Theme I have already selected: The Body
1. You need to raise a specific research question, an agreement, and prove it. You decide the range.
(see professors criticism in the wrong example.)Let me know the agreement you want to discuss
in the paper before work on it.
2. At least 5 references required. Every reference should come from actual book! Not online page
or magazine, the real book come from library with hundreds of pages.
3. Mini-presentation can be Powerpoint, need to have images! Nobody like only watching words.
Research Outline and Draft
1. Problem statement
2. Definition of terms related to art
3. Theoretical framework
4. Research methodology
Data collection tools
5. Ethical considerations
7. Literature review
8. Limitations of the study
9. Relevance of the study
1. Background of study
Impact of postmodernism on contemporary art
a. Technological changes in the presentation of art
b. Impact of contemporary art on the society
Important contributions to the development of contemporary art
2. Data presentation and analysis
Analyzing the results of the questionnaires
Development of graphs and charts
1. Analytical summary
2. Restatement of the thesis statement
4. Modernity has brought significant changes in the presentation of art in todays society.
Tobin expressed his point of view regarding the interlocking relationship between
contemporary culture and art through the carrier of a human body. Most of the modern art
did not depend on technology but on the artists ability to view the world in a different
perspective. The predominant impacts that modern art has brought to us is the unique
perspective to view the world. An artists capacity to portrait the world in a different
manner, more specifically, a more artistic manner is what differentiate the revolution.
Despite the fact that artwork put aside the societal cultural? culture for experimentation,
most of the content did not deviate from culture. The influences of westernization brought
about technology that has changed everything in the art world so that it has become
digital. The exclusive benefits that modernization and blooming of high-tech production
has gradually digitalize the art world.The traditional artists used only paint and cement in
their work while contemporary artists rely on soft wares that enable them to present art in
various forms. Interestingly, everybody with the technological know-how can be a
contemporary artist. Contemporary artists are adapting more and more unprecedented
methodology for art-making. The problem at hand is that the changes in technology have
led to the development of new techniques of presenting art, some of which have led to
social issues. These are issues that reflect the societys view of personal behavior.
Examples include education, employment, public and private privacy?issues. Artists have
used unique methods of presenting their literature in the contemporary society. Some of
these methods are obscene and do not consider the societal values. For instance, it is not
difficult to find an artist presenting themselves naked in front of an audience that cheers in
appreciation. Some movements are advocating for the legalization of nudity in the society
today such that it will not be a big deal to see individuals handling obscene material. One
of the recent victories in art is the winning of Mapplethorpe in his case against obscenity.
The artist is well renowned for his presentation of art in obscene ways that promoted
nudity among men and women. The court ruling argued that Mapplethorpes work
represented art and not obscenity. What is surprising in this case is the fact that the society
has accepted immorality in the name of art. While Mapplethorpe has become an iconic
artist in the contemporary culture, his work received a lot of rebellion from the traditional
society in which he lived. It was not common to see images of people without clothes
exposing themselves through the media. Unfortunately, contemporary art cares little about
the societal morals. Accoding to Leas study, I believe body is an embodiment of the art
itself, with the purpose of expressing the thesis of the artist.This can be proven by the
interviews with artist in the The Body at Stake(Jory and Zhao), contemporary art can be
considered something from the internal instead of the external, namely, feelings, emotions
17 research questionnaires were returned by the participants. The high success rate was
because the researcher handed the queries to the participants directly. 80 percent of the
interviewees were men while the remaining were women. 70 percent of the participants have
been in the industry for forty years while only five percent were as recent as ten years.
Consequently, all the participants believed that there were changes in the presentation of art.
63 percent of the participants thought that the changes in art presentation were positive while
the other 37 percent reported that the changes were adverse. 80 percent of the participants had
interest in music as art while 5 percent participated in poetry and the remaining 15 percent
went to the individuals who chose painting. 95 percent of the participants thought it was
easier to thrive in the contemporary art as compared to the 5 percent who preferred modern
art. All the respondents agreed that contemporary art does not limit anybody by gender
because it gives every one of them the freedom to develop their content. There is no
sexual/gender boundaries found in the making of contemporary art which means their
freedom to create remains.79 percent reported that technological advancement had
contributed significantly to the contemporary art while the remaining 21 percent attributed the
changes to other factors like culture and education. 80 percent of the artists derived their
motivation from everyday experiences in life while 20 percent reported that they obtained
motivation from their past experiences. Finally, all the respondents hoped to change
contemporary art in a way that it maintained the moral values of the society.
Data was analyzed in different ways depending on its nature. The analysis of the openended questions is not usually straightforward. The study used content analysis to convert the
This outline is just a generic outline for a science paper. You are supposed to outline your
actual argument here – what you are going to talk about in each section and how it supports
your argument. You aren’t going to have things like a hypothesis or experiments. You need to
re-do this, as I cannot give credit for the outline.
Ann Dell’Aria , 4 ? 27 10:47
Did you do a poll for this? This isn’t an art history paper, and I am not sure what you are
talking about in the last page. This assignment is supposed to involve research into scholarly
sources and analyses of artworks, but it seems you did some kind of social science project,
which is outside the scope of what we are looking for here. Please clarify what this is about.
Ann Dell’Aria , 4 ? 27 10:52
qualitative data to the quantitative form. The procedure will involve inferences-making,
interpreting data and eventually coding the texts to make sense of the data collected. Data
from the open-ended responses were analyzed by two individuals so that there was no bias
they had to develop a standard criterion for measurement. The closed-ended questions were
faster to interpret because the data only needed to be checked on a scale. The scale ranges
from one to ten where one represented responses that are very weak in opinion and ten
represented responses that express a solid conclusion. The analysis also involved the
assignment of numerical values either 1 or 2. The answer Yes was given 1 while no
assumed a value of 1 or 2. Data was then presented in the form of a bar chart for more natural
Relevance of the Study
The study is relevant to the art industry because it outlines the various ways in which
presentation in contemporary art has changed in the society. For further investigations,
Researchers can still advance on additional ways in which contemporary art should evolve to
maintain morality in the community. This study has been proven relevant to the art industry
because contemporary is evolving and ever-changing according to the research results and the
studies I have done towards the subject matter.
There needs to be a clearer engagement with art history here – you need a clear argument,
evidence to support that argument that is drawn from analyses of artworks and scholarly
sources, and a clear structure of content.
Thinner Than You
Cloth, bone, rubber, and steel
Marc Quinn, from The Complete Marble Series, 1999-2005
Alison Lapper Pregnant
Marble 355h x 180.5w x 260d cm
they seemed to me like public sculptures from the
future. But now that Alison Lapper is in Trafalgar
Square, the present has caught up to the future.
Marble is the material used to commemorate heroes,
and these people seem to me to be a new kind of hero
people who instead of conquering the outside world
have conquered their own inner world and gone on to
live fulfilled lives. To me, they celebrate the diversity
of humanity. Most monuments are commemorating
past events; because Alison is pregnant its a sculpture
about the future possibilities of humanity.”
VALIE EXPORT, Touch Cinema, 1968
Louise Bourgeois with her sculpture
Fillette (1968), photographed by
Robert Mapplethorpe in 1982.
Your body is a battleground
Reproduced for Womens March on Washington
in support of reproductive freedom
Emma Sulkowicz, Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight), 2014
How does feminist performance in public space involving the body of the artist engage the viewer? How do
these two strategies structure the bodys relationship to others?
Carolee Schneemann, Up to and Including Her Limits, 1973-76
Janine Antoni, Gnaw, 1992, Three-part installation: 600 lbs. of chocolate gnawed by the artist; 600 lbs.
of lard gnawed by the artist; display with 130 lipsticks made with pigment, beeswax, and chewed lard
removed from the lard cube; 27 heart-shaped packages made from the chewed chocolate removed
from the chocolate cube
Janine Antoni, To Draw a Line, 2003
Santiago Sierra, 160cm Line Tattooed on 4 people , 2000
Yves Klein, Anthropometries, c.1962
Vanessa Beecrofts supermodel performances
Francis Bacon, Head Surrounded by Sides of Beef, 1954
Untitled (Portrait of Ross in LA)
Hannah Wilke, From Intra-Venus Series, 1992-3
Hannah Wilke, S.O.S. Starification Object Series, 1974-82
Beeswax, microcrystaline wax,
pigment, and papier-mache
Stills from Terminator 2: Judgement Day, dir. James Cameron, 1991
The Reincarnation of Saint-Orlan, 1990-ongoing
Ed Atkins, stills from Safe Conduct, 2016
Aziz + Cucher, Dystopia, 1994-95
How are these images not only an investigation of the posthuman but also of contemporary identity?
Aziz + Cucher
By exaggeratedly performing the sexual,
gender, ethnic, or other particularities of the
this body/self, the feminist or otherwise
nonnormative body artist even more
aggresively explodes the myths of
disinteredness and universality that authorize
these conventional modes of evaluation.
Amelia Jones (5)
Marina Abramovic, Rhythm 0, 1974
Yoko Ono, Cut Piece, 1964
Marina Abramovic, The Artist Is Present, performed at MoMA, 2010
William Pope L, Thompkins Square Crawl, 1991, and The Great White Way
Zhang Huan, Pilgrimage-Wind and Water in New York, 1998
Zhang Huan, My New York, 2002, performed at
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Chris Burden, Shoot, 1971
Vito Acconci, Seed Bed, 1972
Performance and video
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