Instructions: This assessment covers more or less the middle part of the course.
Write your responses addressing all of the questions below referring to specific visual examples (images) used in lectures for this course.
Please paste the images into your assignment.
Reference all images using the method explained in Image Referencing under Topic 1 Course Information on your online resources for the course. .
Use either the Harvard or the Chicago method of referencing, do not mix them. Instructions are in separate documents labelled Harvard Referencing Guide and Chicago Referencing Guide under Topic 1 Course Information on your online resources for this course.
Reference all quotations and ideas that are not your own.
Use your own words to explain the concepts. Do not copy phrases from the lecture power points.
Use the library in the JS building where your references listed in this course outline are available.
Select from the e-readings available on the left hand menu of your course online resource site and the readings in the folder under Topic 1 on the course website.
Do your own research on the universitys library A-Z journal data base https://search.library.unisa.edu.au/az/a. Look for journals on art; design; representation; visual culture; and then search for information in that journals home page using key words.
Do not reference Wikipedia please; this is not for university research.
Submit all assignments via the online resources and not by email. Email assignments will not be marked.
a) Using an image sourced from the lectures, explain how the application of the vanishing point changed representation; and demonstrate the location of the vanishing point in the image, describing your rationale. 500 words.
b) Describe the significance\’s of colour in representation using two images sourced from the lectures so far. 500 words.
c) i. Humanism is a philosophy that evolved in the European Renaissance. Summarize Humanism in 500 words.
ii. Provide no more that two images sourced from the lectures and explain (decode) the Humanist content. 500 words.
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