Movement collage

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Movement collage

  1. 1. Movement: Photomontage / Collage Week Lesson / Room Lesson content Homework 1 1 N6 Intro: Discuss What is a collage? What materials can be used to make a collage? Is a collage two-dimensional or three-dimensional? After the group discussion, students write a short definition ofwhat they think collage is or develop a group definition. Activity Pupils create a collage using the definition of collage as a starting point. Give pupils no restrictions in terms of size and materials. Discuss the individual collages- scan / photograph. (Keep remnants) 2 N6 Peggy Frank response: Students are divided into groups and given a different combination of materials, arrange in a place and photograph. (Keep remnants) 3 N6 Roy Arden response using remnants from the previous two lessons. “Roy Arden’s ‘Sweeper’ is a collage made from all of the remnants swept from the floor of his studio. After making their collage, pupils sweep up the area they have been working in and make a new collage from those pieces. How does the experience differ? Which way of working do they prefer?” 2 1 N6 Photo montage lecture 1: Early photomontage and an introduction to the different themes within the genre. (Teacher must take head and shoulder shots of all students for the following lesson) FCP analysis of one of the images discussed during the lesson. 2 N6 John Stezaker response- Students use collage from previous lesson to create responses to the work of John Stezaker. (Look at Lucas Simoes layered images- top layer has been burnt to reveal the layer beneath- http://www.flickr.com/photos/lucsa/) 3 Music / N6 Students complete previous lessons work documenting their findings in their sketchbook or e-portfolio. Extension: Lucas Simoeshttp://www.lucassimoes.com.br/& Quasi Cinema http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2011/08/quasi- cinema/ 3 1 N6 David Hockney response: Students are divided into groups or 3 or 4. 2 or 3 have a discussion or similar. The other student attempts to photograph the scene. Students rotate within the groups. David Hockney research task and practical extension task. 2 Music Editing Hockney task. 3 Music Editing Hockney task. 4 1 N6 Photo montage lecture 2: Propaganda FCP analysis of one of the images discussed during the lesson.
  2. 2. Movement: Photomontage / Collage http://www.d-log.info/timeline/index.html 2 Propaganda practical task and / or Photoshop image manipulation? 3 5 1 Laura Letinsky: Introduction to the photographer’s still life works. Art room prepared with different still life set ups for students to photograph. Close ups and wider shots. Students also photograph empty wall space in north wing. Images are saved on Art Shared for teacher to print before next lesson. 2 Work from previous lesson is printed- Students use this and images from food magazines to collage new compositions. 3 Final collages are completed, photographed / scanned. Discuss work in relation to Letinsky’s intentions. 6 1 Photo montage lecture 3: Use of collage and photomontage within Modernism and Contemporary Art. FCP analysis of one of the images discussed during the lesson. 2 Culmination of work…? Booklet? 3

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