Trip to London:what did you see?LondonBrainstorm with words and drawings
Londonand the art worldLondon is an exciting city full of inspiration!The fourth plinth in Trafalgar Squarecurrently hosts Yinka Shonibare’sNelson’s ship in a bottle.Art on the Underground:Jessica Voorsangercollaborated with people withlearning difficulties to createposters using the Heads,bodies, legs game dressed intube staff uniforms.Even the London tubemap regularly featuresdifferent designs byartists, this one is byDavid Shrigley.
Matisse’s cut outsFrench born artist Henri Matisse wasfamous for his “cut out” technique where hecut out silhouettes or abstract shapes out ofbrightly coloured painted paper which hethen collaged together to create a picture.His cut out “The Snail” can be seen in theTate Modern gallery in London.
TASKUsing the experiences you hadon your London trip and yourresource images we are going to“make the 2-D 3-D” and createa 3-D installation of 2-Ddrawings using cardboardcut-outs.
MaterialsWe are going to use cardboard for our cut-outs, you can cut theminto any shape depending on your chosen image. Remember toconsider the support that will go on the back of your drawing tomake it stand up (3D). How you decorate your cut-out is entirelyyour choice. You could use…paintOil pastelscolouringpencilstissue papermixedmedia
Success Criteriaall-Materials and techniques will be handled with care.-You will work together sensibly.-A 2D idea will be made into a 3D stand up model.Most-Your work will show a good understanding of the task.-Your work will be original and imaginative.-You will work independently with some support.SOME-Your model will be original, imaginative and well constructed.-Your work will show a personal response to the task .-You will work independently with minimum support.