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The Development of a Definition and Applied Evaluation Criteria for Psycho-Narrative Video Art

This thesis is concerned with three problems. The first is that of distinguishing and defining one category of video art. The second is developing criteria for the evaluation of works in this category. The third problem is the application of these criteria to a new psycho-narrative video art piece created by the author as well as two pieces by other artists. This paper examines the use of film and video as an art form, focusing on specific influences affecting the evolution of psycho-narrative video art. Definitions for video art and psycho-narrative video art are developed. Descriptive criteria and three critiques are used to justify the conclusions. A concluding artist statement presents the personal view of the author.

Identiferoai:union.ndltd.org:unt.edu/info:ark/67531/metadc500553
Date05 1900
CreatorsSadlowski, Gail
ContributorsVeeder, Gerry, Smith, Patrick S., Staples, Donald E., Glick, Edwin L.
PublisherNorth Texas State University
Source SetsUniversity of North Texas
LanguageEnglish
Detected LanguageEnglish
TypeThesis or Dissertation
Formativ, 61 leaves, Text
RightsPublic, Sadlowski, Gail, Copyright, Copyright is held by the author, unless otherwise noted. All rights reserved.

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