What “stance” do you take when appropriating imagery, text, form, etc.?

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Nov 6, 2022


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For this assignment, you will use the frame of written dialog/script to share your opinions (and any lingering questions you may have) about use of appropriation in creative design while also sharing some of your research on the subject.
You are challenged to share your own understanding of creative integrity by selecting at least one designer/maker and creating a script that could happen between you and them.
to communicate a clear and confident stance on a complex issue
to integrate research into your own writing without defeating your own voice in the process.
to cite the words of others correctly
to provide memorable, critical content for your reader to ponder further
Suggest the setting quickly and then take on the main challenge here: provide discussion content that can answer questions such as the following:
How do you really feel about creative works built from someone else’s idea?
Do you appreciate it? …dislike it? …get frustrated in a good way?
When is it okay to use someone else’s work? When does someone’s creative approach cross a line for you? What determines that line?
What “stance” do you take when appropriating imagery, text, form, etc.? …?
Your final text should be at least 500 words of enlightened conversation that also shares your research— however, your research should be presented through at least 3 statements not from the person you’re pretending to have this conversation with. Their words can inspire some of what they say, but other voices must be spliced into your conversation. To do this, you can incorporate a statement from the person you’ve chosen to interview, but you should also include text directly quoted or restated from others not speaking in your script.
For example: You may choose to create a conversation between you and Dana Schutz, but also imbed statements from Sam Durant, Barbara Kruger & Claudia Rankine into your script. Their statements would be “spoken” through Dana Schutz’s or your constructed voice. When you “speak”, you might borrow some of Durant’s and Kruger’s words and when Schultz “responds” she may borrow a quote from Rankine.
To do this, you will need to find at least 3 informative sources— news articles, interviews, essays, artist statements, etc.— offering in-depth, relevant content. Use statements from each in your constructed script— either used directly or adapted for tonal fit— within your own text. All sources should be cited appropriately to receive credit. MLA and APA citations are acceptable for this assignment. You must cite & connect all sources used within your text to pass this assignment.
Links to websites alone ARE NOT appropriate citations.
Your discussions may be inspired by case studies/incidents shared in class or other issues you discover that deal with issues related to intellectual property, creative ownership or originality.
The main objective of this assignment is to craft other’s researched words into your own without defeating your own voice in the process.
Many students struggle when adding quotations to their own text. They can neglect to thread it together in ways that allow their own opinions to be supported by those that they find; instead, added quotes seem to “float” in their text and come across as more valued than their own writing. Challenge yourself to edit your writing further to get beyond these typical issues. In this assignment, you are challenged to embed found text into your own constructed musings in ways that showcase YOU as a confident writer. Clearly present your ideas and provide something memorable for your reader… while avoiding plagiarism in your written output.
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