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  1. Concept Mapping Fleet Library @ RISD

  2. What is concept mapping? a visual tool for generating and organizing ideas a nonlinear approach to note-taking a way to investigate and record aspects of a multi-faceted topic a method which triggers quick word associations

  3. Why use concept mapping? to aid thinking at the beginning of the research process to create a visual overview of a topic to develop questions on a topic to reveal patterns, themes, and associations between ideas to generate the search terms needed to do research

  4. begin with a large sheet of paper and some colored markers

  5. Futurism • write your topic in the middle of the page

  6. painting sculpture cinema photography music visual arts early 20th c. international arts movement political unrest call for social & political change rapid communication (telephone) modern transport (air, rail, auto) evolutionary theory (Darwin) philosophy (Bergson, Nietzsche) psychoanalysis (Freud) literature What? cultural influences architecture performance skyscrapers metropolis energy dynamism time - temporality Futurism Neo-impressionism Cubism inspired by speed movement synthesis simultaneity progress avant-garde revolution machines industry science technology • write down everything that comes to mind when you ask the question… what… defined the era? was the cultural context in which Futurism occurred? sources of inspiration did Futurism draw upon? words or phrases describe Futurism?

  7. painting sculpture cinema photography 1913 art of noises WWI 1914-1918 Fascism 1919-1945 music visual arts early 20th c. international arts movement political unrest call for social & political change rapid communication (telephone) modern transport (air, rail, auto) evolutionary theory (Darwin) philosophy (Bergson, Nietzsche) psychoanalysis (Freud) literature What? 1909 manifesto cultural influences architecture 1932 futurist cookbook 1914 nuove tendenza performance skyscrapers metropolis energy dynamism time - temporality When? 1909 Futurism Neo-impressionism Cubism inspired by 1912-1916 Futurists acts abroad speed movement synthesis simultaneity progress avant-garde revolution machines industry science technology • when… did it begin? did different aspects emerge? did its influence spread?

  8. painting sculpture cinema photography 1913 art of noises WWI 1914-1918 Fascism 1919-1945 music visual arts early 20th c. international arts movement political unrest call for social & political change rapid communication (telephone) modern transport (air, rail, auto) evolutionary theory (Darwin) philosophy (Bergson, Nietzsche) psychoanalysis (Freud) literature What? 1909 manifesto cultural influences architecture 1932 futurist cookbook 1914 nuove tendenza performance skyscrapers metropolis energy dynamism time - temporality When? 1909 Futurism Neo-impressionism Cubism inspired by 1912-1916 Futurists acts abroad speed movement synthesis simultaneity progress avant-garde revolution Paris, Berlin, London, Amsterdam, Zurich, Vienna, Budapest Where? machines industry science technology • where… did it originate? and develop? Milan Italy

  9. painting sculpture cinema photography 1913 art of noises WWI 1914-1918 Fascism 1919-1945 music visual arts early 20th c. international arts movement political unrest call for social & political change rapid communication (telephone) modern transport (air, rail, auto) evolutionary theory (Darwin) philosophy (Bergson, Nietzsche) psychoanalysis (Freud) literature What? 1909 manifesto cultural influences architecture 1932 futurist cookbook 1914 nuove tendenza performance skyscrapers metropolis energy dynamism time - temporality Sant 'Elia When? 1909 Futurism Neo-impressionism Cubism inspired by 1912-1916 Futurists acts abroad speed movement synthesis simultaneity progress avant-garde revolution Paris, Berlin, London, Amsterdam, Zurich, Vienna, Budapest Where? machines industry science technology • who… was involved? whom did they influence? Milan Italy Marinetti Boccioni Carrà Russolo Severini Balla Who? influenced Dada Surrealism Suprematism Vorticism

  10. painting sculpture cinema photography 1913 art of noises WWI 1914-1918 Fascism 1919-1945 music visual arts early 20th c. international arts movement political unrest call for social & political change rapid communication (telephone) modern transport (air, rail, auto) evolutionary theory (Darwin) philosophy (Bergson, Nietzsche) psychoanalysis (Freud) literature What? 1909 manifesto nonsense absurdist cultural influences architecture 1932 futurist cookbook 1914 nuove tendenza performance skyscrapers metropolis energy dynamism time - temporality Sant 'Elia When? 1909 Futurism Neo-impressionism Cubism inspired by 1912-1916 Futurists acts abroad speed movement synthesis simultaneity progress avant-garde revolution Paris, Berlin, London, Amsterdam, Zurich, Vienna, Budapest Where? machines industry science technology Milan Italy Tristan Tzara • use color… to identify themes and key terms • ask how and why various elements of the concept map relate to each other Marinetti Boccioni Carrà Russolo Severini Balla Who? influenced Dada Surrealism Suprematism Vorticism

  11. graphic design painting sculpture cinema photography 1913 art of noises WWI 1914-1918 Fascism 1919-1945 music visual arts early 20th c. international arts movement political unrest call for social & political change rapid communication (telephone) modern transport (air, rail, auto) evolutionary theory (Darwin) philosophy (Bergson, Nietzsche) psychoanalysis (Freud) literature What? 1909 manifesto cultural influences architecture 1932 futurist cookbook 1914 nuove tendenza performance skyscrapers metropolis energy dynamism time - temporality Sant 'Elia When? 1909 Futurism Neo-impressionism Cubism inspired by 1912-1916 Futurists acts abroad stillness vs.speed movement synthesis simultaneity progress avant-garde revolution Paris, Berlin, London, Amsterdam, Zurich, Vienna, Budapest Where? machines industry science technology Milan Italy • use color… to identify relationships between words and concepts • continue mapping additional terms and categories as they occur to you Marinetti Boccioni Carrà Russolo Severini Balla Who? influenced Dada Surrealism Suprematism Vorticism

  12. making use of a concept map for research use a concept map to formulate questions and identify themes use color, images or lines to relate ideas to each other use the terms gathered as a basis to search the catalog & databases use as a visual component of a project or research proposal

  13. further reading on concept mapping Mers. Adelheid. Useful Pictures. Chicago: Whitewalls, 2008. Michalko, Michael. Thinkertoys: a Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques. 2nd ed. Berkeley: Ten Speed Press, 2006. Sullivan, Graeme. Art Practice as Research: Inquiry in the Visual Arts. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2005.

  14. ellen petraits