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Combinations and AlliancesHalf term tasksVisual CollageRead the whole exam paper. Brainstorm the words- use a thesaurus anddictionary to do this thoroughly. Present a collection of images related toyour initial research either in your photodiary or in a new tab for unit 4 onyour weebly. These should include relevant, known photographers.Gallery VisitVisit: The Sunday Times Magazine 50th Anniversary Exhibition at the SaatchiGallery. 31 January - 19 February 2012 (The exhibition is closed 11-14 Feb)http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/public/magazine/article858993.eceDocument your visit and discuss the work of at least three differentphotographers. Consider how themes link to the exam title- celebrity,politics, fame, conflict.While at the Saatchi also check out the current exhibition, particularly HelloWorld! Or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise by ChristopherBaker.Practical WorkUsing your brainstorm and gallery visit as inspiration, record three starting points within your first set ofobservations. Your initial ideas must be in a format that can be presented to the whole group during your firstlesson after half term.
Still life: combination of objectsSam Taylor Wood: ‘A Little Death’, 2002 Sam Taylor Wood: ‘Still Life’, 2001http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIl9rO9sURE&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIzXWGcb3u0&feature=relatedLaura Letinsky
Modernism In their Cubist paintings Braque and Picasso began to bring different views of the object together on the picture surface. This inspired the ‘joiners’ created by David Hockney.Edward Steichen Bill Brandt Rene MagritteDepicting everyday objects within abstract compositions was a concern of Dadaists, the F64 group and Surrealists.These combinations of objects challenge how we view these objects and allow us to appreciate the formalqualities.
Fischli and Weisshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzQvLFSMlSg&feature=relatedHonda adverthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ve4M4UsJQo&feature=relatedPin-pong trickshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL0ov9O8L0s&feature=fvw
An alliance with the camera: the process of recording and documenting the everyday.Henri Cartier BressonNan Goldin
‘She takes a photo every day: 4.5 years’ ‘Noah takes a photo of every day for 6 years’http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1llHXUfEdrI&feature=endscreen&NR=1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6B26asyGKDo
Documentation of personal experiences. Tracey Emin Francesca Woodman Tracey Moffatt Creature Comforts Gillian Wearing ‘2 into 1’ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ob-OVUoJ1RM&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7y5uvyhHgc
Me, myself and I…Lee FriedlanderChuck Close Mariell Amelie Andy Warhol
ReunionsAlfred Eisenstaedt Robert Doisneau Unknown John Everett Millais Unknown Norman Rockwell
Combinations of Movement Steve McQueen Thanks to the fortuitous positioning of a window, McQueen survives Buster Keaton’s famous gag sequence in Steamboat Bill Jnr. (1928) where the side of a house collapses on top of the hapless Keaton again and again. Each time his survival is filmed from a different angle. But whereas Keaton ran through a windstorm in Steamboat, in Deadpan McQueen doesn’t move. Different views of the moment of impact are repeated and reversed to create a sequence where the final Moment is suspended. http://www.in.com/videos/watchvideo-steve-mcqueen-deadpan-1997-5703453.html A response to Buster Keaton’s falling house stunt: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsyRhRR5Iu4Steven Pippin Kevin Batangan Harold Edgerton
Explosive Action Harold EdgertonChemical reaction