Take a look at the aesthetic, social and economic power of visual culture.Put photography, film and television, visual art and fashion in the frame. Understand the visual medium's power in advertising. Further your ability to read visual languages.
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13 Jul 2020
02 Nov 2020
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If you are an existing student working towards the pre-2015 structure you will not need to into COM190. New students must enrol in both COM110 and COM190 prior to enrolling in COM120.
This subject develops your understanding of the aesthetic, social and economic significance of visual culture by critically examining visual art practices, photography, film and television, style and fashion, advertising, news media genres and exhibitionary technologies. You will develop familiarity with a range of visual languages, genres and cultural industries, historical and contemporary practices of visual culture.