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  • 1. WELCOME TO THE GALLERY
  • 2. ‘THE VALUE OF ART’30/01/2013POPPY JONES MICROTEACH
  • 3. In 1917 Artist Marcel Duchamp redefined the value of Art
  • 4. Marcel Duchamp ‘Fountain’ 1917
  • 5. Duchamp proposed that any ordinary‘ready made’ object can be chosen by the artist as a work of art
  • 6. Marcel Duchamp ‘Bicycle Wheel.’
  • 7. Marcel Duchamp ‘Bottle Rack’ 1914
  • 8. Duchamp’s ‘ready mades’ called into question the status of the Artist and the Art Object.
  • 9. Today, these questions of value and status have never been so relevant
  • 10. Contemporary artists explore different systems of value within their work
  • 11. Using ideas of Surface…
  • 12. Economy…
  • 13. Materiality…
  • 14. And Audience Participation…
  • 15. To turn everyday objects…
  • 16. Like Wood
  • 17. Fruit
  • 18. Money
  • 19. Into Works of Art
  • 20. Now, considering these Art Values…
  • 21. I would like to invite you to your exhibition
  • 22. Please assemble in the following groups:AB C DAERON MARR CHERYL BRENDISH LINDA JACKSON SAM WHITEAMY SAMPSON CHRISTIAN AINDOW LISA BATE SARAH JANEASHLEY GRAINGER DAMIEN HOGAN ROBERT INGRAM TAMSIN GODFREYCATHERINE HAINES JANE PUGH ROSE FORSHALL THOMAS RCAROLINE CASH THOMAS PAND USE THE MATERIALS IN YOUR BOX TO MAKE A WORK OF ART
  • 23. THE EXHIBITION OPENS IN FIVE MINUTES
  • 24. Please assemble in the following groups:AB C DAERON MARR CHERYL BRENDISH LINDA JACKSON SAM WHITEAMY SAMPSON CHRISTIAN AINDOW LISA BATE SARAH JANEASHLEY GRAINGER DAMIEN HOGAN ROBERT INGRAM TAMSIN GODFREYCATHERINE HAINES JANE PUGH ROSE FORSHALL THOMAS RCAROLINE CASH THOMAS PAND USE THE MATERIALS IN YOUR BOX TO MAKE A WORK OF ART
  • 25. THE EXHIBITION OPENS IN FIVE MINUTES
  • 26. Please assemble in the following groups:AB C DAERON MARR CHERYL BRENDISH LINDA JACKSON SAM WHITEAMY SAMPSON CHRISTIAN AINDOW LISA BATE SARAH JANEASHLEY GRAINGER DAMIEN HOGAN ROBERT INGRAM TAMSIN GODFREYCATHERINE HAINES JANE PUGH ROSE FORSHALL THOMAS RCAROLINE CASH THOMAS PAND USE THE MATERIALS IN YOUR BOX TO MAKE A WORK OF ART
  • 27. THE EXHIBITION OPENS IN FIVE MINUTES
  • 28. Please assemble in the following groups:AB C DAERON MARR CHERYL BRENDISH LINDA JACKSON SAM WHITEAMY SAMPSON CHRISTIAN AINDOW LISA BATE SARAH JANEASHLEY GRAINGER DAMIEN HOGAN ROBERT INGRAM TAMSIN GODFREYCATHERINE HAINES JANE PUGH ROSE FORSHALL THOMAS RCAROLINE CASH THOMAS PAND USE THE MATERIALS IN YOUR BOX TO MAKE A WORK OF ART
  • 29. THE EXHIBITION OPENS IN FIVE MINUTES
  • 30. Please assemble in the following groups:AB C DAERON MARR CHERYL BRENDISH LINDA JACKSON SAM WHITEAMY SAMPSON CHRISTIAN AINDOW LISA BATE SARAH JANEASHLEY GRAINGER DAMIEN HOGAN ROBERT INGRAM TAMSIN GODFREYCATHERINE HAINES JANE PUGH ROSE FORSHALL THOMAS RCAROLINE CASH THOMAS PAND USE THE MATERIALS IN YOUR BOX TO MAKE A WORK OF ART

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