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GCSE Fine Art Exam2013 Question 7 Movement. The question You should make connections with appropriate sources when developing your personal response to.

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1 GCSE Fine Art Exam2013 Question 7 Movement

2 The question You should make connections with appropriate sources when developing your personal response to one of the following suggestions. a) Develop your own interpretation of the starting point movement. b)You could explore the movement of animals or people c) You could create work which actually moves

3 Unpacking the question Making connections with appropriate sources = artists. Only do a) or b) you have no experience of c) and you would not be able to demonstrate what you have learnt so far.

4 WHO IS IT GOOD FOR? Those who enjoy sport/dance Those who like machines Those who want to draw animals or people Those who want to focus on movement in nature- storms, sea, volcanoes etc

5 Possible Artists – The Futurists It was an Italian movement which spread quickly throughout Europe including Russia The poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti ( ) ‘invented it’ in 1908 with a Manifesto Most influential artists Umberto Boccioni ( ), Luigi Russolo ( ) and Carlo Carra ( ), Giacomo Balla ( ) and Gino Severini ( )

6 Futurist ideas Celebrated the new technology – car, machinery and science, and war as a means of changing the old order Idea that new technologies overturned what had gone before and there needed to be new, bolder art forms

7 Futurist ideas Emphasis on movement and the dynamic - Idea of everything moving and images appearing and disappearing on the retina and capturing that – action passing through the centre of a painting

8 Style Painting influenced by the ideas of colour divisionism Also influenced by Cubism and Picasso and the idea of dividing up shapes to show different viewpoints and movement

9 Duchamp – Nude descending a staircase Although Duchamp was not part of the movement his painting showing the movement of a man walking down the stairs was influential. Photography had made it possible to identify each stage of a movement. You could use photography well in this project

10 Balla – Street Light New inventions in science were important to the Futurists. -they celebrated scientific developments – from the electric light to the plane.

11 Balla – Abstract speed the car has passed

12 Boccioni – Cyclist – Football player

13 Severini Armoured car in action

14 Severini The Dancer

15 Giacomo Balla Young Girl Running on a Balcony 1912

16 Other possible artist - Henri Matisse Falling figure Icarus

17 Using collage, colour and shape The Fall of Icarus

18 Danseuse Creole. Colour lithograph after a paper cut-out and gouache, 1950.

19 Skater in Motion - linocut

20 Two dancers - study

21 The swimming pool

22 Roald Bradstock – contemporary British

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26 Bill Jacklin RA contemporary British Concerned with light and movement

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32 Maggie Hambling – Contemporary British – sea pictures

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36 Useful sites Bill Jacklin RA contemporary British

37 William Turner’s Clouds – movement in weather

38 Movement in music

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40 Movement in nature

41 Creating your own light images

42 What to do this week 1.Decide on what aspect of movement you want to do 2. Select an artist who also focuses on this sort of movement (the artist could be one you choose but check with me first) 3. create a pastiche of your favourite piece by that artist 4. Analyse their work using a prompt sheet 5. Print out pictures of their work and creatively display with your pastiche, analysis on an A2 sheet


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