Assessment Objectives: AO1: Develop ideas through sustained and focused investigations informed by contextual and other sources, demonstrating analytical and critical understanding. AO2: Experiment with and select appropriate resources, media, materials, techniques and processes, reviewing and refining ideas as work develops AO3: Record in visual and/or other forms ideas, observations and insights relevant to their intentions, demonstrating an ability to reflect on work and progress. AO4: Present a personal, informed and meaningful response demonstrating critical understanding, realising intentions and, where appropriate, making connections between visual, oral or other elements .
starting points The following starting points are to start you thinking about your ideas. You may work from any one of the starting points, or you may develop a relevant starting point of your own that explores the theme ‘Rhythms and Cycles’.
<ul><li>Patterns </li></ul>Bridget Riley M C Escher Damien Hirst
4. The Industrial Age In the early 20 th century Incredible machines and the implementation of new materials, inspired many artists and resulted in an art movement called Futurism . Futurism embraced speed and modern technology and rejected everything related to the past.
5. Abstract Art Mondrian Miro Kandinsky Rothko Many abstract artists experiment with the visual energy and rhythms created by the juxtaposition of certain colours and forms.
Form and Colour Damien Hirst Chis Ofili Howard Hodgkin Howard Hodgkin, Damien Hirst and Chris Ofili explore the optical characteristics and possibilities offered by the dynamic use colour in their work.