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Art2 Controlled sessions Exam

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Art2 Controlled sessions Exam

  1. 1. AS PhotographyControlled Sessions
  2. 2. What are my intentions1. A5 label stick on front page2. Stick A4 intentions page on the first page in your sketchbook Centre Name: King Edward VI Form College Centre Number: 31190 Candidate number: - Jaskirt will give individuallyOn the reverse of each final print you need to write the following: Full name AS Photography Art 2 Controlled Assignment Block C/E/F/G
  3. 3. Saving your workSave your final images into a folder labelled asfollows:YOUR NAME exam final printsThan label each print as follows:Final print1 A4Final print2 A4
  4. 4. Artist StatementAnswer the following questions:What is the concept of your body of work?Why are you producing it?How is it personal to you and your life?Use contextual information and writing style to raise interest in thissubject matter. Using past experiences or stories engages people.You have defined the subject as personally interesting to you, theconcept might be alien to the audience but your artist statementshould ensure the person reading it will desire to explore yourimages and subject matter further.
  5. 5. Peter Dench Artist Statement On January 15th 1915, during the First World War, the Chancellor of theExchequer, David Lloyd George exclaimed that Britain was “fighting Germans,Austrians and Drink, and as far as I can see the greatest of these foes is Drink.”The Germans and Austrians may have been repelled, twice, but nearly acentury on the battle of the booze continues.The English have turned drinking into a national obsession, nearly an art form.A few national days of significance is far too limiting to the imaginative Englishimbiber, and hundreds of excuses have been found to indulge in a bender. TheEnglish are drinking younger, longer, faster and more cheaply than ever before.Binge drinking followed by public order problems are becoming increasinglycommon in towns and cities.I was made in England on Saint Georges Day in 1972; I share a birthday withShakespeare. Weighing into the world a hefty 10lbs 8oz, the smell of hops andyeast yanked at the nostrils from day one.
  6. 6. Peter Dench cont…Devenish Brewery, where both my parents worked, provided the familyhome. Each fortnight my Dad would receive an allowance of a crate ofbottled beer. If I did my chores, on a Friday night I might be allowed one.If I got up for school before everyone else I could drain the leftovers fromthe adults night before. I liked the taste, still do. The first time I got properdrunk was aged 12 at my former Junior School Summer Fete. Marcdistracted the woman on the Hoopla while I placed the bamboo circleswiftly round the square that supported a bottle of Pomagne. The sunshone, the girls looked pretty, life was good.Weymouth was a violent place to grow up. A Navy base deposited hornysailors into the town most weekends. The train station deposited hornyworkers from the Midlands factories during shutdown. The locals werealways horny, and hungry, mostly thirsty. Throw in around 180 bars to themix and something had to give. Often it was my chin. I loved it.
  7. 7. As youth beat a retreat and I traded in my cricket bat for acamera, it was inevitable that one day I would documentthe drinking habits of the English. Drinking of England is anoften laugh-out-loud stagger to the four corners of thisbadly behaved nation.The photographs take the viewer from the local pub toposh charity balls, horse race festivals to nightclubs and thehospital to the grave. What I discovered is that the nationsfavourite legal high is never far away. That drink isultimately classless. Whether you are drinking £100bottles of champagne or £1 bottles of cider, drink toomuch and the consequences are the same to EnglandPeter Dench cont…
  8. 8. EvaluationWhat was your initial aim and what did you learn?What do you feel you did well (your strengths) and why?What do you feel you could improve on and why?How and why did you connect your final images to your research?And remember you can use the 5C’s to help analyse your ownwork too.
  9. 9. EvaluationWhat was your initial aim and what did you learn?What do you feel you did well (your strengths) and why?What do you feel you could improve on and why?How and why did you connect your final images to your research?And remember you can use the 5C’s to help analyse your ownwork too.

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