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  • Photomontage: Lesson 1 What is a collage? What materials can be used to create a collage? Is a collage two dimensional or three dimensional?
  • Write a short definition describing what you think a collage is.
  • Write a short definition describing what you think a collage is. An artistic composition of materials and objects pasted over a surface, often with unifying lines and colour. A collection or combination of various things. The Art of making a picture in which various materials or objects, for example paper,cloth or photographs, are stuck onto a larger surface. An assemblage of diverse elements A work composed of both borrowed and original material.
  • In pairs, make a collage using the definition of collage as a starting point. There are no restrictions in terms of size and materials. Choose one of the themes below: Emotive Collage Personal Description Memory Ambitions
  • Collage / Photomontage: Lesson 2 Peggy Franck: Image and space as interior and exterior places. Photographs with installations. Abstract compositions on the one hand and a source of countless stories on the other. Traces of her thoughts and memories
  • Everyday objects and materials: paper, wood, perspex, and tape. Reflections of a mental state represented through broken mirrors, chairs, display dummies…
  • Is this a collage?
  • Is this a collage? A collection or combination of various things. An assemblage of diverse elements A work composed of both borrowed and original material. Task • • • • • Using the objects provided create a Franck inspired collage in the main corridor. Try to evoke a particular mood, memory or mental state. Consider reflective surfaces and colours that reflect your chosen mood. Would including a person or mannequin help to support your theme? Use reflections or tape to ‘frame’ a view
  • Task • • • • • Using the objects provided create a Franck inspired collage in the main corridor. Try to evoke a particular mood, memory or mental state. Consider reflective surfaces and colours that reflect your chosen mood. Would including a person or mannequin help to support your theme? Use reflections or tape to ‘frame’ a view Task • • • • • Using the objects provided create a Franck inspired collage in the main corridor. Try to evoke a particular mood, memory or mental state. Consider reflective surfaces and colours that reflect your chosen mood. Would including a person or mannequin help to support your theme? Use reflections or tape to ‘frame’ a view Task • • • • • Using the objects provided create a Franck inspired collage in the main corridor. Try to evoke a particular mood, memory or mental state. Consider reflective surfaces and colours that reflect your chosen mood. Would including a person or mannequin help to support your theme? Use reflections or tape to ‘frame’ a view
  • Homework: Attempt one of the following techniques. Photograph the result and upload to your weebly Abigail Reynolds: Hayley Warnham Jens Ullrich Ruth Van Beek Annotate your collage / photomontage with the name of the photographer you are inspired by. You could even include examples of their work.
  • Collage / Photomontage: Lesson 3 Arden is perhaps most well known in the UK for his photographic work from the 1990s that depicted the changing urban landscape of Vancouver as the city was being transformed by re-development with the boom in real estate. Arden has described these photographs works “...as battle scenes, like war landscapes, but it’s the economic war,”. Arden delves into the trash heap of history for images that reveal something about how and why we arrived at our present predicament.
  • Roy Arden: Roy Arden’s ‘Sweeper’ (below left) is a collage made up from all of the remnants swept from the floor of his studio. Task: Create a collage using the remnants of the last two lessons.
  • Composition: The arrangement of the parts of an image. Imagine your picture area divided into thirds both horizontally and vertically. The intersections of these imaginary lines suggest four options for placing the centre of interest for good composition. The option you select depends upon the subject and how you would like that subject to be presented. Triangles are a great way of grouping together elements of an image and organising them so they portray a certain feeling such as stability, aggression, instability, etc. If you want to create an unstable feeling in a photograph then a quick and easy way to do this is to include an upside down triangle, or at least a triangle with a weird rotation.