Summer tasks  fine art  e&r 2012
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  • 1. Summer Tasks 2012Fine artMake the tallest structure that you can and document it.Buy a charity shop jigsaw puzzle. Paint it all one colour and try to put ittogether. Document the results.Make a scale model of a structure that you see everyday.Make a drawing of the first thing that you see in the morning. Do thisevery day of the summer break.Watch a television programme. Write down everything that happens asa sequence of events. After the programme, pick a sequence atrandom and make a painting about it.Take 10 of the most beautiful photographs that you can think of. Nowtake 10 of the most ugly photographs that you can think of. Presentthem on facing pages in your sketchbook. Ask a selection of peopletheir opinion and document their responses on the same pages as theimages.Exhibitions to seeVisit the exhibitions. Document your visit by making notes, collectingimages and any information about the artists or the work. Buypostcards and present all of this in your sketchbooks.Patrick keiller – ‘The Robinson Institute’ – Tate BritainThe Tanks – Tate ModernDamian Ortega – ‘Traces of Gravity’ – White Cube, Masons YardThe London Open – Whitechapel GalleryAS Equipment List - Fine ArtLarge Hardback sketchbook (A3)PensVariety of pencilsVariety of brushesPritt stickMasking tapeSpray mountWatercolour setAccess to a digital cameraFishing Tackle box – to store and carry your equipmentIndependent work will require you to start collecting additionalmaterials.Reading ListJohn Berger ‘ Ways of Seeing’Mathew Collings ‘This is Modern Art’