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There are many different
meanings of the words
Order and Disorder and
how they can be
interpreted in Art.
Today we will:
THINK about what the different meanings of the word
LOOK at many starting points for this question
DISCOVER artists and designers who could inspire us
on this topic
SHARE ideas with each other
Everybody knows... the four
For the exam you have to show evidence of:
ALL 4 of the AOs (Assessment Objectives)
AO1: Looking at other artists = 10%
AO2: Experimenting with media = 10%
AO3: Recording your ideas = 10%
AO4: Making a final piece = 10%
It is important that you begin working on the EXAM
Paper straight away.
Tuesday 6th May and
Wednesday 7th May
There are 6 main starting points.
The artists on the next few pages
are suggestions to help you think
about possible ideas. You may
already have ideas of your own.
Keep an open mind at this point...
There is also a Beaumont Pinterest
Album of Artists and ideas to
support you with your project
Popular and influential
street artist and graphic
designer Fairey’s work
has had a brute cultural
impact on contemporary
society. His work
combines elements of
graffiti and advertising
and is often politicallycharged.
Picasso created this piece in response to the bombing of Guernica, a country village in Spain during the
Spanish Civil War. Guernica shows the tragedies of war and it’s effect on innocent people.
The painting helped bring the world’s attention to the Spanish Civil War and was displayed around the world
as a symbol of peace.
Kiefer is a German sculptor and painter who explores the
themes of depression and the effects of Nazi rule. He often
incorporates natural materials in his work such as
straw, ash, clay and lead.
Walter Martin & Paloma
Snow globes are designed to be
turned upside down. Martin and
Muñoz, though, really turned them
upside down. Where traditional
snow globes are intended to evoke a
pleasant memory, the snow globes of
Martin and Muñoz seem to portend
an anxious future event.
These orbs seem to anticipate
terrible events that might happen, or
might be happening right now to
Where traditional snow globes
depict cheerful scenes, Martin and
Muñoz give us eerie scenes, scenes
rife with anxiety and
uncertainty, scenes that reside in the
darker parts of the human psyche.
Rotella was an Italian
artist and poet, best
known for his works of
from torn advertising
‘Map’ 1961 Oil on canvas
‘Map’ combines a kind of
representation, that is, a map of the
United States, with many issues more
common to abstract painting. Johns
combines colour, lines, and readable
gestures (brushstrokes), as well as
letting paint speak for itself on flat
‚Map of my Day‛ 1995
This is a
sculpture. The artist
uses familiar objects
in ways that become
The wardrobe and
the clothing inside
were filled with
concrete so they
became sealed up
and unable to be
The space between
two buildings was
chairs, with a
Natalie Ratcliffe is a Surface
Pattern Designer and Printmaker
Her design work combines
techniques with contemporary
She takes inspiration from
nature, particularly the springtime
things in the
I am interested
objects have the
Woodrow is an English sculptor. In
1980 he first devised his characteristic
method of making sculpture, forming
a new object or objects from the skin of
found domestic appliances.
Woodrow worked in such a way as to
leave evident the original identities of
the constituent items as well as the
mode of transformation.
Cornelia Parker creates large-scale installations to
transform common objects and investigate the nature
"Three Studies of A Dancer," by Edgar Degas,
The Little Fourteen-Year-Old
Dancer - (Bronze) cast in 1922
‚I’ve spent the last 25 years of
my photographic career
investigating movement and its
expressive potential. My
inspiration has always been
photography’s ability to stop
time and reveal what the naked
eye cannot see. My interest in
photography is not to capture an
image I see or even have in my
mind, but to explore the
potential of moments
Pollock was an American painter, the
chief pioneer of Abstract
He created enormous drip paintings.
He painted in a tool shed where he
could lay his canvas on the floor, and
drip and splatter paint across it
without worrying about ruining the
walls or floor.
Rather than paint a landscape or a
portrait, Pollock wanted to paint
action. When you look at one of his
drip paintings, your eye wanders
across the entire canvas in constant
Yukinori Yanagi's work explores
themes relating to his position
as a Japanese artist living and
working in an international
context, as well as broader
issues about identity within
social or national constructs.
Muybridge was an
important for his
pioneering work in
studies of motion
and in motion –
Kandinsky used colour in a highly
theoretical way associating tone
with timbre (the sound's
character), hue with pitch, and
saturation with the volume of
sound. He even claimed that when
he saw colour he heard music.
Beginning in 1962 Lichtenstein borrowed
images of explosions from popular war
comics for use in his paintings. The subject
embodies the revolutionary nature of Pop Art
and suggests the very real threat of
annihilation by nuclear explosion that was
prevalent at that time (the Cuban Missile
Crisis occurred in 1962). But Lichtenstein was
also interested in the way dynamic events like
explosions were depicted in the stylised
format of comic book illustration.
is an American
is best known for
scenes of American
'When I was little I used to dream about
being a dancer or that I could fly and that I
would learn to speak the language of the
animals in the forest or that of the most
dramatic actor. With the click of a finger
I’ve found a way to make these things
Rene Magritte was part of the
Surrealist art movement.
M C Escher