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  • Art 4 Controlled assignment 40 % of A2 Art students must choose a different question
  • Today Create 3 Brainstorms Create 3 Mood Boards Create a strong concept and gain realistic and informed visual influences.
  • Create 3 Brainstorms To record our generation of ideas we need to create brainstorms for 3 Stimuli. If a brainstorm is created correctly it should generate ideas rather than just record previous ones. 1.Concept ideas - Write down any key themes, issues and ideas that spring to mind. (the more and wider the better) 2.Consider and record what genre those ideas would be shot in. 3) What is your access to your idea(s)? Who? locations? How? 4) Consider what other subjects do you do at college, can the topics you have learnt about be used as inspiration as a photograph project?
  • Create 3 Brainstorms
  • Create 3 Moodboards Choose your three strongest concepts and create a mood board for each of them A Mood Board should be a detailed collage of key images that help you realise your intentions. All images should link conceptually or visually. A clear theme should be present for the examiner to pick up on. The images should link to your idea visually or conceptually. The images you choose should give you inspiration and ideas. The images don’t have to be Photographs. If they are, ensure you record Photographers name and body of work titles. Sources; Lens Culture, Blog, 500 Photographers, Dazed and Confused, Photo Books, Student sketchbooks. Film. Pintrest
  • (1)Homes How does a home reflect an individuals personality? Martin Parr, A sign of the times
  • (1)Homes How does a home reflect an individuals personality? Martin Parr, A sign of the times
  • (1)Homes How does a home reflect an individuals personality? Martin Parr, A sign of the times
  • (2)Adventure – Recording a persons tracks via slow exposures.
  • (2)Adventure – Use a series of images to demonstrate a narrative
  • (2)Adventure – Stop Motion/Frame Animation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qN2hXRSE TZ8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLDzZIuPiY w
  • (3) Site Specific Roland Fischer – Churches and Cathedrals
  • (3) Site Specific Roland Fischer – Churches and Cathedrals
  • (3) Site Specific Roland Fischer – Churches and Cathedrals
  • (3) Site Specific Humans of New York
  • (3) Site Specific Humans of New York
  • (3) Site Specific Alex CurrieDegeneration
  • (3) Site Specific Alex CurrieDegeneration
  • (3) Site Specific Alex CurrieDegeneration
  • Miranda Hutton - The room project (4) Poignant - evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret
  • Miranda Hutton - The room project (4) Poignant - evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret
  • Miranda Hutton - The room project (4) Poignant - evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret
  • (5) Crowded Steve D Forster- The Garage Project
  • (5) Crowded Steve D Forster- The Garage Project
  • (5) Crowded Myoung Ho Lee-Tree
  • (5) Crowded Steve D Forster- The Garage Project
  • (6) Cutting Out Jean Francois Lepage – drawing, marking and adding collaging images
  • (6) Cutting Out Jean Francois Lepage – drawing, marking and adding collaging images
  • (6) Cutting Out Keegan Gibbs – Circular montage
  • (6) Cutting Out Keegan Gibbs – Circular montage
  • (6) Cutting Out Keegan Gibbs – Circular montage
  • (6) Cutting Out Dayna Bartoli - florafaunal angiography
  • (6) Cutting Out Dayna Bartoli - florafaunal angiography
  • (6) Cutting Out Dayna Bartoli - florafaunal angiography
  • (6) Cutting Out John Stezaker's - Marriage
  • (6) Cutting Out John Stezaker's - Marriage
  • (6) Cutting Out Jon Clang – Time
  • (7) Extreme Vanity – Strive for beauty
  • Zed Nelsen – Love Me (7) Extreme Vanity – Strive for beauty
  • Zed Nelsen – Love Me (7) Extreme Vanity – Strive for beauty
  • Alex Leme-Doubt (7) Extreme Lifestyle, Commitment very severe or serious
  • Alex Leme-Doubt (7) Extreme Lifestyle, Commitment very severe or serious
  • 8) Explore Putting together Max De Esteban
  • 8) Explore Putting together Max De Esteban
  • 8) Explore Putting together Max De Esteban
  • 8) Explore Putting together Max De Esteban
  • 8) Explore Putting together Max De Esteban - Proposition
  • 8) Explore Putting together Max De Esteban - Proposition
  • 8) Explore Putting together Max De Esteban - Proposition
  • 8) Explore Putting together
  • 9) Convey weathered and worn Dan Dubowitz Alex Currie
  • 9) Convey weathered and Alejandro Chaskielberg - Forgotten landscapes, the remains of the Dutch worn surinamese sugar industry
  • 9) Convey weathered and Alejandro Chaskielberg - Forgotten landscapes, the remains of the Dutch worn surinamese sugar industry
  • 10) Communicate the experience of congestion Collections - Hoarders
  • 10) Communicate the experience of congestion Andy Warhol Repetitive, Pattern
  • (11) Experiencin g Obsolescen ce Thibaut Derien
  • (11) Experiencin g Obsolescen ce Thibaut Derien
  • (11) Experiencin g Obsolescen ce Thibaut Derien
  • (11) Experiencin g Obsolescen ce Thibaut Derien
  • (11) Experiencin g Obsolescen ce Thibaut Derien
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker Jonathan Bielaski - portraits of people at work (for the love of it)
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker Jonathan Bielaski - portraits of people at work (for the love of it)
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker Jonathan Bielaski - portraits of people at work (for the love of it)
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker Jonathan Bielaski - portraits of people at work (for the love of it)
  • 12) Celebrate the status of a worker Things arranged neatly
  • (13) Consider the state of things to come Jon Clang - Being together
  • (13) Consider the state of things to come Jon Clang - Being together
  • (13) Consider the state of things to come Jon Clang - Being together
  • (13) Consider the state of things to come Jon Clang - Being together
  • 14 )Create a sense of atmosphere Night by Night Kevin Cooley
  • 14 )Create a sense of atmosphere Night by Night Kevin Cooley
  • 14 )Create a sense of atmosphere Night by Night Kevin Cooley
  • 14 )Create a sense of atmosphere Night by Night Kevin Cooley
  • 14 )Create a sense of atmosphere Clarissa Bonet City Space
  • 14 )Create a sense of atmosphere Clarissa Bonet City Space