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A2 first assessment sep 2013 mary

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  • 1. A2 First Assessment: Sep 2013 Name: Mary General To avoid any confusion change any curatorship task headings to leaflet task. Discussion of practical brief is a little repetitive. Streamline this- make it more succinct. Intro for Curatorship task, the return? Task Assessment Criteria Covered Feedback AO band Leaflet AO1 A dynamic leaflet, excellent choice of photographers. A great concept to exhibit work related to cities from the top of the shard. Research could have had more breadth however, you do glean the most significant information from your sources. AO1: Fluent Practical Work and Gallery responses. AO1 AO3 It gives me great pleasure to see all the tasks completed to such a sophisticated level. Your responses to themes and briefs set aligned with your analysis of exhibitions presents a great start to the A2 course. AO1: Confident AO3: Fluent Observational Starting Points AO3 AO2 Only one so far unless your website just isn’t published yet. AO3: Competent AO2: Competent Research Starting Points AO1 Not started specific to brief. AO1: Target grade for Practical Response project: A Next steps: Next set needs to see you applying your understanding of the three areas to your response to London: Geographically- Visit different parts of London that are synonymous with particular ethnic groups. Can a particular person sum up an area? Look at the diversity of London….where does everyone come from? Aerial views of the city…not necessarily from very high. Maybe looking down from the first level of Brent Cross or Shopping City over people. Physically- Busy streets, commuters. The suffocating buildings and redevelopment- look at Vorticist painters such as Percy Wyndham Lewis. Emotionally- should this be emotively?- Photographing the city at dusk / sunrise. Long exposures across the Thames.