From the Cabinet, Radcliffe Bailey, 2016, mild steel with patina. LOCATION: Auburn Avenue Research Library, exterior
Your Visual Analysis should include:
The title of the image, artist, year of creation, and materials.
A one page visual analysis (approximately 250 words; 1” margins, typed, and double-spaced)
A visual analysis asks you to look at the individual, visual components of a work (formal elements) as well as the relationships between these elements; it then asks you to synthesize this information (elements and relationships) to form a coherent thesis, which you then support. No outside research is to be done for this assignment. This analysis should not refer to the historical context of the work nor concern itself with interpretation (what it means). It should be based on what you see.
How to write a visual analysis:
Describe the work of art.
Write a thesis that relates to the fundamentals of the piece. How is line/shape/volume/color/variety/balance/rhythm incorporated into the composition?
If the work is figurative (i.e. representative/not abstract) avoid basing your thesis on the “realism” of the image or subject matter. Instead, focus on the formal elements and their interaction.
Keep your references to “the viewer,” “the audience,” “the eye,” “the impact on the viewer,” and phrases like “at first glance” and “upon closer inspection” to a minimum.
Avoid referring to the artist’s intentions. Simply concentrate on “how” a certain effect is achieved via the formal elements.
Use a writing style appropriate to a formal essay. Pay attention to good writing: conciseness, sentence variety, spelling, and punctuation.
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