Artist Anne Collier has produced three unique photographs of the famous record single Ain’t No Mountain High Enough. Written by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson in 1966 and originally recorded under the Tamla Motown label, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough was also recorded by Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye. Collier’s series includes images of the Ashford/Simpson, Diana Ross, and Marvin Gaye albums, which will be featured on the 2014–15 ski season lift ticket.
The assignment will show how to create a simple working diagram of your own personal universe – and how you can share it with others.
The project emphasizes how sharing simple visual narratives allows us to change our understanding of the world by identifying and including features of reality that may be invisible to us individually.
We will also learn about how this type of world building was historically a widely shared form of shared visual art practice.
Paper, pencils, erasers, access to images of art from three different cultures, brain.
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