A2 First Assessment: Sep 2013 Name: Van
General Really thoughtful presentation Van…well done.
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  1. 1. A2 First Assessment: Sep 2013 Name: Van General Really thoughtful presentation Van…well done. Task Assessment Criteria Covered Feedback AO band Leaflet AO1 This starts well. You find plenty of information about the Surrealist movement however, your analysis of the more contemporary photographers reverts to what you like more than factual research. AO1: Competent Practical Work and Gallery responses. AO1 AO3 Whilst a great deal of your comments about the exhibitions are descriptive you do also include some comments about intentions and context. Well done for completing the tasks before the holiday however some of the other tasks are incomplete- do not worry about this now. AO1: Competent AO3: Competent Observational Starting Points AO3 AO2 Some highly creative ideas however there are no contact sheets or screen shots of how you did it. What a shame, this prevents you from moving into the top bands. There’s a huge amount of thought, effort and work here that has not been evidenced. AO3: Competent AO2: Competent Research Starting Points AO1 Not started specific to brief. One of your research tasks was to write exactly what you mean in your brief by Surrealist concerns. Surely you need to know this to be able to respond practically. AO1: Target grade for Practical Response project: B Next steps: Unfortunately you are going to have to repeat or create a similar surreal image to those you have already done and screen grab every step. You MUST document the process and include the images pre any editing. You are losing valuable marks. Define the ‘surrealist concerns’ you mention in your practical brief. Use these to develop your ideas. For example you may want to illustrate a dream you had. Watch this dream sequence designed by Dali for Hitchcock’s film, ‘Spellbound’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzxlbgPkxHE Watch this scene from ChienAndalou by Dali and Bunuel. It’s a little scary. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNZCtRUy2Gw Experiment with creating surreal landscapes. Look at the series of Duane Michals and how they play with our perception of reality.

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