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There are many different
meanings of these words
and how they can be
interpreted in Art.
Past, Present and/or Future...
Today we will:
THINK about what the different meanings of the word are
LOOK at many starting points for this question
DISCOVER artists and designers who could inspire you
with the topic
SHARE ideas with each other
Everybody knows... the fourEverybody 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.
There are 5 main starting points.
The artists on the next few slides 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
In 1986 Boltanski began making
installations from a variety of
materials and media. These pieces
used portrait photographs of
Jewish schoolchildren taken in
Vienna in 1931 and later on use
clothing from concentration camps
to serve as a forceful reminder of
the mass murder of Jews by the
About the Landscape Series: Powered
Pigment, Wax, Paint, Thread, Stuffing on
Canvas, Paper, and/or Fabric. The
landscapes along with the hand-stitched
artist books are inspired by William Turner’s
‘No Escape’ -images of flood scenes
had been transfer printed onto
Goldsmith’s work uses textile materials and
processes as a metaphor for imagining how
psychological states, emotions and
memories associated with human fragility
and loss can be made visible in cloth.
Sherman’s photographs are portraits of
herself in various scenarios that parody
stereotypes of women. A panoply of
characters and settings are drawn from
sources of popular culture, old movies,
television soaps and pulp fiction.
WASTE MAN was made over a six-week period at the
end of summer 2006 out of about 30 tonnes of waste
materials that had been gathered by the Thanet waste
disposal services in Kent and by local people, and
deposited in Dreamland, the area of Margate next to the
sea and close to the station that had traditionally been
the site of a vast funfair.
A beautiful series of
photographs, inspired by what
she wants to experience.
Sophie Calle met people in Turkey who
despite living close to the coast had
never seen the sea. These films show
the first time they look at the ocean.
They were asked to turn around and
face the camera when they were ready.
Emotions range from elation to bitter
“Voir La Mer” (To see the sea)