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  • 1. Exam Project: Freedom
  • 2. Freedom of identity Cindy Sherman is famous for her series entitled: ‘Untitled Film Stills’, in which she presents herself in fictitious scenes where she is the only character - and there are never men!
  • 3. Freedom of responsibility Elliot Landy William Klein Maurice Mattei
  • 4. Freedom to protest Elliot Landy
  • 5. Barry Lewis Freedom of personal expression
  • 6. The Photographer: freedom to snap Z.Hoeben Richard Avedon Henri Cartier-Bresson Diane Arbus William Henry Fox Talbot
  • 7. A Brave New World Carlos Diaz and Callum Colvin create fictional worlds using mechanical forms in digital photomontages. Consider creating ‘a brave new world.’ Callum Colvin ‘Mundus Subterraneus IX’, 1996 Carlos Diaz ‘Invented Landscapes’
  • 8. Freedom of constraints Larry Fink
  • 9. Freedom of materials Hannah Hoch David Hockney Bohnchang Koo
  • 10. Freedom to be controversial Lisdebertus
  • 11. Freedom of gravity Wolfgang Tillmans ‘Concorde’ series
  • 12. Free of context Richard Wentworth Erwin Wurm
  • 13. Freedom of animals Don McCullin Possible Locations: St.James Park near Buckingham Palace, where there is a bird sanctuary with royal herons, etc.. London Zoo: focus on animals in cages or expressing their limited freedom Hackney City Farm: based on hackney Road near Bethnal Green. You will need to ring up in advance and ask about taking photographs Z.Hoeben Richard Avedon Elliot Erwitt Z.Hoeben
  • 14. St.James Park Possible Locations: St.James Park near Buckingham Palace, where there is a bird sanctuary with royal herons, etc.. London Zoo: focus on animals in cages or expressing their limited freedom Hackney City Farm: based on hackney Road near Bethnal Green. You will need to ring up in advance and ask about taking photographs Z.Hoeben
  • 15. Express Movement Eadweard Muybridge Henri Cartier-Bresson Francesca Woodman
  • 16. Identity ‘ Freedom’ Ideas Board Responsibility Protest Personal Expression Freedom to snap A Brave New World Constraints Materials Gravity Animals Context Controversy In your project, you will need to decide on a strand within the theme ‘Freedom’ to develop. This ‘Ideas’ board should give you some possible strands to develop, but make sure you also do your own research. Sophie Calle Elliot Landy Elliot Landy Barry Lewis Richard Avedon Carlos Diaz Larry Fink Lisdeburtus Hannah Hoch Wolfgang Tillmans Richard Wentworth Z.Hoeben Express movement Eadweard Muybridge Francesca Woodman
  • 17. Spring 2007 Half-Term Homework Over the half-term break you are expected to complete the following assignments: TASK 1 Create an ‘Ideas’ board, presenting 8-10 images linked to the theme ‘Freedom’. Label each image with a sub-title that links in with the theme (I.e ‘personal expression’) and remember to write down the title of the image and name of the photographer. TASK 2 Visit a photographic exhibition in London and: a) In the gallery, make drawings/sketches of 2 art works that particularly interest you and are relevant to the theme. Make a detailed analysis of them using the ‘Form, Process, Content’ structure discussed in lessons. b) Collect any images, texts, etc.. That might be useful to refer to at a later date. DEADLINE: First lesson back after half-term AO1 RECORD AO1 RECORD AO2 ANALYSE Spring 2007 Half-Term Homework Over the half-term break you are expected to complete the following assignments: TASK 1 Create an ‘Ideas’ board, presenting 8-10 images linked to the theme ‘Freedom’. Label each image with a sub-title that links in with the theme (I.e ‘personal expression’) and remember to write down the title of the image and name of the photographer. TASK 2 Visit a photographic exhibition in London and: a) In the gallery, make drawings/sketches of 2 art works that particularly interest you and are relevant to the theme. Make a detailed analysis of them using the ‘Form, Process, Content’ structure discussed in lessons. b) Collect any images, texts, etc.. That might be useful to refer to at a later date. DEADLINE: First lesson back after half-term AO1 RECORD AO1 RECORD AO2 ANALYSE
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