Fine Arts (FAVA) - Art and Environment

FAVA 2356  Art and Environment


Any 15 credits completed.


Three hours of lecture per week.




Students examine environmental art and visual culture through a close analysis of the landscape genre, installation and intervention, and film. Students differentiate notions of space and place as they relate to particular geographical, topographical, colonial, and national constructs concerning the environment. Topics may include the role of environmental representation in filmic discourse, visual art and environmental modification, Indigenous land ownership, and the wider philosophical and cultural associations of the environment.

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