Part 1 – The Artist Manifesto – Why is it important?
Assignment: Students will generate experimental manifestos outside of class this week and post them below before our next class. (Share yours in the comments section below. You may want to write it out in a word processor first and then paste your input below.)
Remember, manifestos are public statements, posting yours here will suffice as public space.
According to merriam-webster.com : “a manifesto is written statement that describes the policies, goals, and opinions of a person or group” This is usually made public to hold one to their statements.”
Examples to look at for contrast & inspiration-
Manifestos for Art, Life & Business :
(The second above video is by Andrew Castrucci who taught at LIU in the art dept. for several years between 2000-2009. )
Feel free to also share any links that you discover in your own research into this topic. the more examples and contrast we build the better. We will discuss our finding in class.
Part 2 – This week in class we will screen – Remix and Reuse Fairness – “Andy Baio is a software developer for Kickstarter writes and speaks about his experience being sued by a photographer and is forced to settle and pay thousands of dollars.
Class discussion follows