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For the exam you have to show evidence of:
ALL 4 of the AOs (Assessment Objectives)
AO1: Looking at other artists
AO2: Experimenting with media
AO3: Recording your ideas
AO4: Making a final piece
It is important that you begin working on the
EXAM Paper straight away.
The theme is merely a
starting point to inspire
Feel free to take the
project in any direction
that you wish, provided
that you can clearly
justify and explain how
the theme has inspired
your thoughts and ideas.
A few starting points…
The artists on the next few slides are
suggestions to help you think about
possible ideas. You may already
have ideas of your own.
Keep an open mind at this point...
There is also a Beaumont Pinterest
Album of Artists and ideas to
support you with your project
• ‘This is an on-going series of
rooted in the forest. These
works, carried out in Surrey,
Hampshire and Wales,
involve site specific
interventions in the
landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees
with white material to
construct a visual relationship
between tree, not-tree and
the line of horizon according
to the camera’s viewpoint’.
From 1969, Kiefer worked on book design.
Some examples are worked-over
photographs and his more recent books
consist of sheets of lead layered with the
artist's characteristic materials of paint,
minerals, or dried plant matter. For
example he assembled numerous lead
books on steel shelves in libraries, as
symbols of the stored, discarded
knowledge of history
Shiota explores the relationships
between past and present, living
and dying, and memories of
people implanted into objects.
To these she adds intricate, web-
like threads of black and red.