vision-problems begins with information for high school students developing unique portfolios for college arts programs. The subsequent units address principals of design, digital culture, and thoughts on developing a thriving studio practice.
vision-problems can be used as an introduction to critical theory. The text introduces complex concepts in simplified language with the ultimate goal of having creatives incorporate these ideas into their works. Each discourse includes a trace to either the originator or the contemporary proponent of that concept.
With its emphasis on applicability, design principals, theory, and everyday practice, this book is a particularly useful tool for those hoping to attend art and design colleges. vision-problems is designed for high school art classrooms, art and design courses in two dimensional concepts, color theory, critical theory, and media theory.