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Hey all, So I have my IO this Monday. Individuals in our class work in pairs of two for the IO. We have read Medea by Euripides. My topic is as follows: Consider the ways in which Greek drama is constructed – how are dramatic conventions used and how do these differ from/are alike modern drama? Consider when, how, and where Greek drama was predominantly performed. In relation to this, consider Aristotle’s definition of a tragedy. Now I have found out a little about the structure. There is a prologue and then the chorus enters. Thereafter there is an alternation between episodes (interaction between actors) and choral odes (songs/chants). At first I thought that Shakespearean drama is considered to be modern drama but its actually plays written in the 19th 20th centuries. I also noticed that Greek drama follows freyard's pyramid. I don't really get what dramatic conventions mean though. I have tried googling but its not clear. Could someone please shed some light on this? Also if someone has some general advice for the reflective statement and the IO it would help greatly. Thanks!
Hi, Im having trouble coming up with an EE question. I want to do my EE in art. I would be interested in doing something about modern or conceptual art. How to value it and why maybe? How people always say "Oh, thats so simple, I could of done that" an answer to that commonly asked question. Or something about curating? I dont know if Im making any sense but yeah, something along the lines of - how to value conceptual art and why? I know that is wayyy to broad. I might have to pick 1 artist maybe? Can anyone help me please? Thanks