How could    ?  you      CREATE        a handscape
?         What isa handscape
?         What isa handscape
?         What isa handscape
There are a group of artists who could help you with this           project!
There are a group of artists who could help you with this           project!
There are a group of artists who could help you with this           project!                                a lis ts      ...
A Brief Overview        The Surrealist group was formed in Paris in        Oct. of 1924, among them were Ernst, Miro and  ...
A Brief Overview                  The Surrealist group was formed in Paris in                  Oct. of 1924, among them we...
A Brief Overview                  The Surrealist group was formed in Paris in                  Oct. of 1924, among them we...
A Brief O verview                  The Surrealist group was formed in Paris in                  Oct. of 1924, among them w...
A Brief O verview   Unconscious thoughts were often                    expressed in symbols.
A Brief O verview   Unconscious thoughts were often                    expressed in symbols.
A Brief O verview             Unconscious thoughts were often                              expressed in symbols.The interp...
A Brief O verview             Unconscious thoughts were often                              expressed in symbols.The interp...
A Brief O verview             Unconscious thoughts were often                              expressed in symbols.The interp...
A Brief O verview             Unconscious thoughts were often                              expressed in symbols.The interp...
SO How   ?can you      CREATE       a handscape
Try     ng in gc ha               Size
Try     ng in gc ha       The Setting
Try     ng in gc ha               Colour
Try     ng in gc ha               Texture
Try     b i ningco mRandom objects
How can you    Use your own hand and    Surrealist ideasto create a unique tonal drawing?
Surreal Handscapes 9 and 10
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This is a brief introduction to a 9/10 MYP unit based on Surrealism. The students only have 6 weeks to produce the major piece.

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  • Surreal Handscapes 9 and 10

    1. 1. How could ? you CREATE a handscape
    2. 2. ? What isa handscape
    3. 3. ? What isa handscape
    4. 4. ? What isa handscape
    5. 5. There are a group of artists who could help you with this project!
    6. 6. There are a group of artists who could help you with this project!
    7. 7. There are a group of artists who could help you with this project! a lis ts S urre T he
    8. 8. A Brief Overview The Surrealist group was formed in Paris in Oct. of 1924, among them were Ernst, Miro and Masson.
    9. 9. A Brief Overview The Surrealist group was formed in Paris in Oct. of 1924, among them were Ernst, Miro and Masson.Deeply affected by the tragedies and turmoil ofWorld War I, the artists were looking for an escapeas well as a reform of the existing art world.
    10. 10. A Brief Overview The Surrealist group was formed in Paris in Oct. of 1924, among them were Ernst, Miro and Masson.Deeply affected by the tragedies and turmoil ofWorld War I, the artists were looking for an escapeas well as a reform of the existing art world. The surrealist artists were interested in the dreams, trances, hallucinations and altered states as described in Freud’s text “The Interpretation of Dreams and Wit and its Relation to the Unconscious”
    11. 11. A Brief O verview The Surrealist group was formed in Paris in Oct. of 1924, among them were Ernst, Miro and Masson.Deeply affected by the tragedies and turmoil ofWorld War I, the artists were looking for an escapeas well as a reform of the existing art world. The surrealist artists were interested in the dreams, trances, hallucinations and altered states as described in Freud’s text “The Interpretation of Dreams and Wit and its Relation to the Unconscious”The group with Andre Breton experimented withhypnosis and automatic writing, words and sketcheswere made unconsciously.
    12. 12. A Brief O verview Unconscious thoughts were often expressed in symbols.
    13. 13. A Brief O verview Unconscious thoughts were often expressed in symbols.
    14. 14. A Brief O verview Unconscious thoughts were often expressed in symbols.The interpretation of a surrealist painting is moresubjective and personal due to its unconsciouscontent.
    15. 15. A Brief O verview Unconscious thoughts were often expressed in symbols.The interpretation of a surrealist painting is moresubjective and personal due to its unconsciouscontent.
    16. 16. A Brief O verview Unconscious thoughts were often expressed in symbols.The interpretation of a surrealist painting is moresubjective and personal due to its unconsciouscontent.. However, the universal side of a surrealist painting can best be summed up by Dali, “the symbolic language of the subconscious is truly an universal language, it does not depend on education or culture or intelligence…”
    17. 17. A Brief O verview Unconscious thoughts were often expressed in symbols.The interpretation of a surrealist painting is moresubjective and personal due to its unconsciouscontent.. However, the universal side of a surrealist painting can best be summed up by Dali, “the symbolic language of the subconscious is truly an universal language, it does not depend on education or culture or intelligence…”
    18. 18. SO How ?can you CREATE a handscape
    19. 19. Try ng in gc ha Size
    20. 20. Try ng in gc ha The Setting
    21. 21. Try ng in gc ha Colour
    22. 22. Try ng in gc ha Texture
    23. 23. Try b i ningco mRandom objects
    24. 24. How can you Use your own hand and Surrealist ideasto create a unique tonal drawing?

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