Assessment Objectives AO1 AO2 AO3 2020-01-16¢  AO1 AO2 AO3 AO4 Develop ideas through investigations

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  • AO1 AO2 AO3 AO4 Develop ideas through investigations

    demonstrating critical

    understanding of sources (24 marks)

    Refine work by exploring ideas, selecting and

    experimenting with

    appropriate media,

    materials, techniques and

    processes (24 marks)

    Record ideas, observations and insights relevant to

    intentions as work progresses (24 marks)

    Present a personal and meaningful response that realises

    intentions and demonstrates

    understanding of visual language (24 marks)

    Artist research Experiment Annotate Final outcome

    Mind maps Photoshop Contact sheets What makes a good photograph?

    ideas Lighting Photoshoots Selecting the ‘best’ photographs

    Research Composition rules Diagrams, designs, ideas Present/display your final work

    Collections of images Manuel settings Selecting the ‘best’ images Final outcome that makes links to your ideas

    Investigating the theme photoshoots Evaluate Final outcome that makes links to AO1, AO2, AO3

    Assessment Objectives

  • Component 2 Externally set assignment:

    • Choose one starting point and produce a personal response.

    • You have a preparatory period to research, develop, refine and record your ideas.

    • Following the preparatory period, you will have 10 hours of supervised time to complete your personal response.

    • You may refer to your preparatory work during the supervised time, but the work must not be added to or amended once this time starts.

    • You must clearly identify work produced during the supervised time.

    • You will end your preparatory work (PowerPoint) with an evaluation but you can add to your PowerPoint during the supervised time as long as it is after your evaluation.

    • You cannot ‘go back’ and fill in any blanks in your PowerPoint during the supervised time unless it is put after the evaluation.

    • Your work will be marked out of 96.

    • Your work will be marked according to how well you have shown evidence of: • (AO1) Developing ideas through investigations, demonstrating critical understanding of sources (24 marks) • (AO2) Refining work by exploring ideas, selecting and experimenting with appropriate media, materials, techniques and

    processes (24 marks) • (AO3) Recording ideas, observations and insights relevant to your intentions as work progresses (24 marks) • (AO4) Presenting a personal and meaningful response that realises intentions and demonstrates understanding of visual

    language (24 marks)

  • 1. Crowds

    Images of crowds can be created in many different ways. Film-maker and photographer Alex Prager has produced images where the viewer’s attention is drawn to a particular face in a crowd. Lisa Larsen’s documentary photographs often capture the mood of large crowds. In his series ‘7 Billion Humans in 2011’ Randy Olson uses Bokeh effect by manipulating shutter speed in order to emphasise movement in crowds. Kolman Rosenberg suggests a crowd of dancers through the use of multiple exposure.

    Investigate relevant sources and produce your own response to Crowds.

  • Key words

    • Alex Prager

    • Randy Olson

    • Lisa Larsen’

    • Kolman Rosenberg

    • Crowds

    • Places and spaces

    • Frozen motion

    • Motion blur

    • Slow shutter speeds

    • Gathering

    • Collection

    CROWDS DEFINITION:

    A large number of people gathered together

    in a disorganised or unruly way.

    • Fast shutter speeds • Panning • Movement • Groups • Party • People • Pack • Crew • Hustle and bustle • Bunch • Cluster • Herd

  • 2. Manipulating reality

    Photographers often create unusual compositions by manipulating the reality that an image presents. Paul Biddle carefully arranges objects, together with layers of collage, before digitally manipulating his photographs. Kevin Corrado combines photographs of landscapes and people using both physical and digital manipulation to rearrange reality. Eresha Sale combines familiar objects in unfamiliar arrangements in his film ‘Surrealism’.

    Study appropriate sources and produce your own work in response to Manipulating reality.

  • Key words

    • Eresha Sale

    • Kevin Corrado

    • Paul Biddle

    • Changing the world around us

    • Altered perception

    • Surrealism

    • Unusual compositions

    • Layering

    • Multi-exposure

    • Combining images

    • Rearrange

    • Unfamiliar arrangements • Strange • Changing • Dreamlike • Fantasy • Futuristic • Odd • Extraordinary • Unique • Contrasting

    MANIPULATION DEFINITION: the action of manipulating something in a skilful manner. "the format allows fast picture manipulation"

    REALITY DEFINITION: he state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them.

    SURREAL DEFINITION: Bizarre, unusual SURREALISM DEFINITION: a 20th-century avant-garde movement in art which sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind through juxtaposition of imagery.

  • Paul Biddle: carefully arranges objects, together with layers of collage, before digitally manipulating his photographs.

  • Kevin Corrado combines photographs of landscapes and people using both physical and digital manipulation to rearrange reality.

  • Eresha Sale combines familiar objects in unfamiliar arrangements in his film ‘Surrealism’.

    http://www.eresha.co.uk/it-follows

    http://www.eresha.co.uk/it-follows

  • Ideas

  • Arno Rafael Minkkinen

  • Tommy Ingberg

  • Anja Stiegler

  • Mari Mahr

  • http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/bairon-rivera- levitation

    Bairon Rivera

    http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/bairon-rivera-levitation

  • Jerry Uelsmann

  • Sarolta Ban

  • Marcelo Monreal

  • Ideas

  • Matt Wisniewski

  • Martine Roch

  • Carl Warner uses images of the human figure to create large scale landscapes.

  • Akshay Naik

  • Marko Prelic