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ART2
Controlled Assignment
Art2 Exam Dates 9am – 1pm
8 hours in total across two days. The exam dates are as follows:

F block
Monday 31st March
Tues...
1. Fun of the Fair (dvd)
Eleonora Ronconi - Once upon a time
2. Drawing for a purpose
Ben Heine
3. Bags of interest
Bianco Trash by Luca Pizzaroni
"I was curious to see where
trash goes," he said.
Though Manhattan refuse
does not actually...
4. Collection of containers
Bernd and Hilla Becher
Bernd and Hilla Becher
Riverside Silos by Ricardo Barros
There are three silos just outside my
studio door. They contain Portland
cement, freshly...
5. Buildings with lettering
Beat Strueli
6. Looking through
Hazel Thompson
Lee Friedlander
7. Closely observing
Walker Evans – Subway portraits
Jonathan Olley - Surveillance
8. Research the visual aspects of a
ritual, custom or tradition and produce
a personal response to your findings
Consider:...
Liz Hingley
9. Explore contradictions and present a
creative statement
Nick Turpin
10. Investigate found objects in works
of art and create an outcome
incorporating an interesting object or
surface you hav...
Marcel Duchamp
Although Duchamp had collected manufactured
objects in his studio in Paris, it was not until he
came to New...
11. Study the creative possibilities
presented by overlap and produce an
original interpretation
Barbara Kruger
City Silhouettes by Jasper James
12. Compare ways in which sequences
have been documented and selectively
use your analysis to produce a
response
Duane Michals
13. Develop your own version of
augmented
David Hockney
14. Consider ways in which
artists, craftworkers and designers
have dealt with emotion in their work
and present your own ...
Film Posters
Elinor Carucci
Francesca Woodman
Art2 exam artist research 2013-14
Art2 exam artist research 2013-14
Art2 exam artist research 2013-14
Art2 exam artist research 2013-14
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Art2 exam artist research 2013-14

  1. 1. ART2 Controlled Assignment
  2. 2. Art2 Exam Dates 9am – 1pm 8 hours in total across two days. The exam dates are as follows: F block Monday 31st March Tuesday 1st April C Block Tuesdat 2nd April Wednesday 3rd April B Block Friday 4th April Monday 7th April
  3. 3. 1. Fun of the Fair (dvd)
  4. 4. Eleonora Ronconi - Once upon a time
  5. 5. 2. Drawing for a purpose
  6. 6. Ben Heine
  7. 7. 3. Bags of interest
  8. 8. Bianco Trash by Luca Pizzaroni "I was curious to see where trash goes," he said. Though Manhattan refuse does not actually go to the Middlesex County Landfill, Mr. Pizzaroni's curiosity led him there to create "Bianco Trash," a series of richly colorful photographs of garbagedump trash.
  9. 9. 4. Collection of containers
  10. 10. Bernd and Hilla Becher
  11. 11. Bernd and Hilla Becher
  12. 12. Riverside Silos by Ricardo Barros There are three silos just outside my studio door. They contain Portland cement, freshly come by ship from South Korea, across several oceans and up the Delaware River. Two silos are spherical, the other more of a cylinder. Immediately in front of them is a small, brick pumping station. It is nearly a perfect cube, capped with a roof comprised of four triangles. Off to the side are mountains of salt, floated in from Chile. Visitors arriving at my studio are often startled to discover the silos’ existence, even though the containers are visible from a distance. These silos are so huge as to be inseparable from the landscape. They seemingly have always been there. It is, in fact, their enormity that disorders one’s perspective. First, they creep onto the horizon. Then, as one approaches, they overwhelm everything in their presence.
  13. 13. 5. Buildings with lettering
  14. 14. Beat Strueli
  15. 15. 6. Looking through
  16. 16. Hazel Thompson
  17. 17. Lee Friedlander
  18. 18. 7. Closely observing
  19. 19. Walker Evans – Subway portraits
  20. 20. Jonathan Olley - Surveillance
  21. 21. 8. Research the visual aspects of a ritual, custom or tradition and produce a personal response to your findings Consider: • Interwoven within the fabric of our society we have many unusual features and events which enrich our lives
  22. 22. Liz Hingley
  23. 23. 9. Explore contradictions and present a creative statement
  24. 24. Nick Turpin
  25. 25. 10. Investigate found objects in works of art and create an outcome incorporating an interesting object or surface you have found
  26. 26. Marcel Duchamp Although Duchamp had collected manufactured objects in his studio in Paris, it was not until he came to New York that he identified them as a category of art, giving the English name “Readymade” to any object purchased “as a sculpture already made.” When he modified these objects, for example by mounting a bicycle wheel on a kitchen stool, he called them “Assisted Readymades.” Duchamp later recalled that the original Bicycle Wheel was created as a “distraction”: “I enjoyed looking at it, just as I enjoy looking at the flames dancing in a fireplace.”
  27. 27. 11. Study the creative possibilities presented by overlap and produce an original interpretation
  28. 28. Barbara Kruger
  29. 29. City Silhouettes by Jasper James
  30. 30. 12. Compare ways in which sequences have been documented and selectively use your analysis to produce a response
  31. 31. Duane Michals
  32. 32. 13. Develop your own version of augmented
  33. 33. David Hockney
  34. 34. 14. Consider ways in which artists, craftworkers and designers have dealt with emotion in their work and present your own response to a particular emotion
  35. 35. Film Posters
  36. 36. Elinor Carucci
  37. 37. Francesca Woodman

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