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GCSE Art
Exam…
Past,
Present
and/or
Future
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
DISC...
EXAM = 40%
Everybody knows... the fourEverybody knows... the four
AOsAOs
For the exam you have to show evidence of:
ALL 4 of the AOs ...
It is important that you begin working on the
EXAM Paper straight away.
START TODAY!
Exam dates….
10th
May +11th
May
Where to begin?Where to begin?
Subsequent
Subsequent
Existent
Existent
Approaching
Approaching
Ultimate
Ultimate
ScheduledScheduled
EventualEventual
Appr...
There are 5 main starting points.
PEOPLE
PLACES
NATURAL WORLD
OBJECTS
ACTIVITIES
Contextual references
The artists on the next few slides are
suggestions to help you think about
possible ideas. You may a...
PEOPLEPEOPLE
Matt Wisniewski
Helen Sear
Sear’s work focuses on ideas
of vision, touch, and the re-
presentation of the nature of
experience.
Florian Nicolle
Mark Powell
Ron Mueck
Leonardo Da VinciLeonardo Da Vinci
Lisa Kokin
Amy Friend allows new light to pass
through found vintage images by altering
the surface with tiny pinholes
Amy Friend
Banksy
Greg Sand
In 1986 Boltanski began making
installations from a variety of
materials and media. These pieces
used portrait photographs...
Sally Mann
Rineke Dijkstra
PLACES
Ed Fairburn
Andrea
Costantini
The Spanish photographer Pep
Ventosa is “blending together
dozens of snapshots to create an
abstraction of the places we’v...
Mauren Brodbeck
Mauren Brodbeck’s concern
is tracing the individual and
personal history in the
seemingly banal, and
wrest...
Anish Kapoor
Gelukstraat / Dierendonck
Blancke Architecten.
Claus en Kaan Architecten
Stephen
Wiltshire
NATURALNATURAL
WORLDWORLD
The above photo taken in Hackney, Gill's most
important working area. After development and
printing some flowers from the...
Using a combination of Staedler
Graphite pencils ranging from 6H to
9B, tape and resin, Salxwedel creates
images that look...
Mikkel Rahr
Mortensen
About the Landscape Series:  Powered
Pigment, Wax, Paint, Thread, Stuffing on
Canvas, Paper, and/or Fabric. The
landscapes...
Andre De Freitas
Junyi Wu
Sam Taylor Wood
series of photographs / rotting fruitPeter Lippmann
Andy Goldsworthy
Rain Shadow, 1984 St. Abbs, Scotland
Roni Horn
‘You are the Weather’
David
Hockney
‘Nature Fashion’Anna Kulachek
Damien Hirst
OBJECTSOBJECTS
Michael Craig-
Martin
Miniaturisation in the style of a Russian Doll. Everything is made out of cardboard
Kyle Bean
Things Come Apart
Todd Mclellan
Nick Gentry
Joseph Cornell
‘No Escape’ -images of flood scenes
had been transfer printed onto
children's dresses.
Goldsmith’s work uses textile mater...
Martin Senn
Jessica Brilli
ACTIVITIES
Sherman’s photographs are portraits of
herself in various scenarios that parody
stereotypes of women. A panoply of
charact...
Barbara Dziadosz
Antony Gormley
WASTE MAN was made over a six-week period at the
end of summer 2006 out of about 30 tonnes of waste
materia...
A beautiful series of
photographs, inspired by what
she wants to experience.
Maia Flore
Sophie Calle met people in Turkey who
despite living close to the coast had
never seen the sea. These films show
the first...
Thomas Saliot
Create a Pinterest board
and start pinning images
relating to your exam title
Create a broad A2 mood
board
Decide on a the...
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Past, present, future gcse exam 16

  1. 1. GCSE Art Exam… Past, Present and/or Future
  2. 2. There are many different meanings of these words and how they can be interpreted in Art. Past, Present and/or Future...
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. EXAM = 40%
  5. 5. Everybody knows... the fourEverybody knows... the four AOsAOs 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%
  6. 6. It is important that you begin working on the EXAM Paper straight away. START TODAY! Exam dates…. 10th May +11th May
  7. 7. Where to begin?Where to begin?
  8. 8. Subsequent Subsequent Existent Existent Approaching Approaching Ultimate Ultimate ScheduledScheduled EventualEventual Approaching ApproachingDateDate Gone Gone Prospective Prospective FormerFormer Later Later TodayToday CurrentCurrent BegunBegun EndedEnded AgoAgo BookedBooked Contemporary Contemporary DestinedDestined FinalFinal FinishedFinished CompletedCompleted DistantDistant ImmediateImmediate
  9. 9. There are 5 main starting points. PEOPLE PLACES NATURAL WORLD OBJECTS ACTIVITIES
  10. 10. Contextual references 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
  11. 11. PEOPLEPEOPLE
  12. 12. Matt Wisniewski
  13. 13. Helen Sear Sear’s work focuses on ideas of vision, touch, and the re- presentation of the nature of experience.
  14. 14. Florian Nicolle
  15. 15. Mark Powell
  16. 16. Ron Mueck
  17. 17. Leonardo Da VinciLeonardo Da Vinci
  18. 18. Lisa Kokin
  19. 19. Amy Friend allows new light to pass through found vintage images by altering the surface with tiny pinholes Amy Friend
  20. 20. Banksy
  21. 21. Greg Sand
  22. 22. 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 Nazis. Christian Boltanski
  23. 23. Sally Mann
  24. 24. Rineke Dijkstra
  25. 25. PLACES
  26. 26. Ed Fairburn
  27. 27. Andrea Costantini
  28. 28. The Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa is “blending together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we’ve been and the things we’ve seen. Pep Ventosa
  29. 29. Mauren Brodbeck Mauren Brodbeck’s concern is tracing the individual and personal history in the seemingly banal, and wresting anonymous places from their recording and surveillance grids.
  30. 30. Anish Kapoor
  31. 31. Gelukstraat / Dierendonck Blancke Architecten. Claus en Kaan Architecten
  32. 32. Stephen Wiltshire
  33. 33. NATURALNATURAL WORLDWORLD
  34. 34. The above photo taken in Hackney, Gill's most important working area. After development and printing some flowers from the same place are put upon the photograph Stephen Gill
  35. 35. Using a combination of Staedler Graphite pencils ranging from 6H to 9B, tape and resin, Salxwedel creates images that look like relics of nature and other objects frozen in time. Brooks Salzwedel
  36. 36. Mikkel Rahr Mortensen
  37. 37. 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 watercolor sketchbooks. Kimberly Kersey Asbury
  38. 38. Andre De Freitas
  39. 39. Junyi Wu
  40. 40. Sam Taylor Wood
  41. 41. series of photographs / rotting fruitPeter Lippmann
  42. 42. Andy Goldsworthy Rain Shadow, 1984 St. Abbs, Scotland
  43. 43. Roni Horn ‘You are the Weather’
  44. 44. David Hockney
  45. 45. ‘Nature Fashion’Anna Kulachek
  46. 46. Damien Hirst
  47. 47. OBJECTSOBJECTS
  48. 48. Michael Craig- Martin
  49. 49. Miniaturisation in the style of a Russian Doll. Everything is made out of cardboard Kyle Bean
  50. 50. Things Come Apart Todd Mclellan
  51. 51. Nick Gentry
  52. 52. Joseph Cornell
  53. 53. ‘No Escape’ -images of flood scenes had been transfer printed onto children's dresses. 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. Shelly Goldsmith
  54. 54. Martin Senn
  55. 55. Jessica Brilli
  56. 56. ACTIVITIES
  57. 57. 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. Cindy Sherman
  58. 58. Barbara Dziadosz
  59. 59. Antony Gormley 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.
  60. 60. A beautiful series of photographs, inspired by what she wants to experience. Maia Flore
  61. 61. 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 tears. “Voir La Mer” (To see the sea) Sophie Calle
  62. 62. Thomas Saliot
  63. 63. Create a Pinterest board and start pinning images relating to your exam title Create a broad A2 mood board Decide on a theme you want to focus on Over Half Term….

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