'Self' project week
In the early 1980s, Hockney began to produce
photocollages, which he called 'joiners'.Using Polaroid
snaps or photolab-pri...
Merced River,Yosemite Valley, 1982
My Mother, 1982
Which art movement do you think Hockney was
inspired by when creating these images? (Think of the
shape..)
Braque, Violin and Glass (1912)
Task!
Create you own photo-collage, using
photos of yourself.
...or an object you have brought in.
Paint Trolley, 1985

Use existing photos or get a camera and
partner up

Decide if you want whole body shots or just
centre on the face

Ca...
Objectives

Define the term 'linear perspective'

Create a photocollage in the form of
a self portrait

Develop a sense...
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Presentation on Hockney's photomontages

  1. 1. 'Self' project week
  2. 2. In the early 1980s, Hockney began to produce photocollages, which he called 'joiners'.Using Polaroid snaps or photolab-prints of a single subject, Hockney arranged a patchwork to make a composite image.
  3. 3. Merced River,Yosemite Valley, 1982
  4. 4. My Mother, 1982
  5. 5. Which art movement do you think Hockney was inspired by when creating these images? (Think of the shape..)
  6. 6. Braque, Violin and Glass (1912)
  7. 7. Task! Create you own photo-collage, using photos of yourself.
  8. 8. ...or an object you have brought in. Paint Trolley, 1985
  9. 9.  Use existing photos or get a camera and partner up  Decide if you want whole body shots or just centre on the face  Calculate how many shots will be needed per area of body/object  Upload and edit the photos and print out, collaging prints together
  10. 10. Objectives  Define the term 'linear perspective'  Create a photocollage in the form of a self portrait  Develop a sense of composition

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