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  1. 1. STRUCTURAL FRAME: CULTURAL FRAME: Colour, line, tone, shape, size, Time and place, ideas and beliefs, class, Composition, signs and symbols race, gender, social values, politicsDescribe what you look like. Where do you come from? What is your family history? WHAT KIND OF WILD THING ARE YOU? My name is… _______________________________POST MODERN FRAME: SUBJECTIVE FRAME:Uses humour, irony, parody. Recreates Personal feelings and point of view. IdeasThe old into the new to make a Expressed by the artist. Different reactions.comment. Controversial.Write something funny, interesting How do you feel about being in highor silly about yourself. school?
  2. 2. Creating yourWILD SELF Artists like to tell us something about who they are through their art.In this example, Reg Mombassa has combined himself with a fly to createan unusual self-portrait.LET’S THINK ABOUT IT…What animal features would you have?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Why would you choose these?________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ACTIVITIES… ✎ Compare your ideas to the person next to you. ✎ Do a sketch of the person opposite you, adding ONE animal feature. ✎ Write a sentence to describe this person underneath your sketch.
  3. 3. What kind of WILD THING are you? ART MAKING – 70% ART THEORY – 30% • Students will explore ways to represent • Students will use the Frames to study ONE themselves by creating self-portraits artist example in class • Students will experiment with different • Students will use the Frames to student materials including pencil, watercolour ONE artist example independently pastel and collage to create a 2D visual • Students will write a response that begins representation of their wild self to acknowledge the way artists have • Students will begin to understand how to represented their wild self in their self create meaning through the use of different portait artworks animal parts to represent their inner feelings and emotions ASSESSMENT: ASSESSMENT: • Visual Arts Process Diary • Visual Arts Process Diary • 3 self portrait images • Worksheets completed • Extended response
  4. 4. What kind of WILD THING are you? How do artists represent their WILD SELF? PHOTOGRAPHY A photograph of theDRUG ADDICTION artist looking serenelyOn one side of Whitelely there normalis a beast howling with anguishas a ghostly hand delivers it asyringe.GLOSSARYComposition:the plan and arrangementof the elements in a work.Homage:is a reference to someone withinan artistic work. In this sense, REFERENCE TO ANOTHERhomage ARTISTis the artist’s recognition of this There is a reference toperson’s the infamous debateinfluence on them. over William Dobell’s Archibald-winningPortrait: Brett Whiteley portrait of Joshua Smitha painting, photograph or other Art, life and the other thing, 1978 of 1943artistic representation of a person. oil, photograph and mixed media on board ________________________________Self-portrait: triptych: left panel 90.4 x 77.2cm; centre panelthe representation of 230.0 x 122.0cm; right panel 31.1 x 31.1cm :yourself in a work of art. a - left panel; 90.4 x 77.2cm b - centre panel; 230 x 122cm c - right panel; 31.1 x 31.1cm
  5. 5. Let’s discuss this further…HOW TO WRITE ABOUT ART