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Thank you for using this pre-visit resource. We believe this will help strengthen student learning leading up to and during your gallery visit. Due to the different versions of PowerPoint schools may use, please check for, and correct any formatting issues before you use this presentation with your students. Please check by viewing in slide show format before making any necessary changes. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. Welcome Learning Experiences Outside the Classrom Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts Phone: (09) 577 0138 ext 7703 email@example.com Jeremy Leatinu’u Education Coordinator
Image: http://www.notpaper.net/cgi-bin/mt/mt-search.cgi?blog_id=1&tag=surreal&limit=20http://www.notpaper.net/cgi-bin/mt/mt-search.cgi?blog_id=1&tag=surreal&limit=20 Photo Chop! Te Tuhi pre-visit lesson 2
During this lesson we will be exploring… Welcome to Photo Chop! The art of collage Image: http://ubuntudigest.blogspot.co.nz/2010/05/polaroid-frame-effect-using-gimp.html http://knightranger.deviantart.com/art/Polaroid-Frame-105135700 http://pixdaus.com But before we start, let’s recap on what we learnt during our last lesson…
started from a group of artists and writers who wanted to create art in a new and different way artworks are generally based on dreams, imagination and fantasy. Sometimes they use familiar objects and make them appear strange or mysterious has influenced many artists to think about how they make art. From painters to photographers and sculptors offered people a chance to look at things in a different way and change how we felt about the world we live in During our last lesson we learnt that Surrealism…
Let’s start this lesson by exploring “The art of collage”. Image: http://teetzelphotography.blogspot.co.nz/2010/07/photo-montages.htmlhttp://teetzelphotography.blogspot.co.nz/2010/07/photo-montages.html
A “collage” has become a popular way to create artWhat is a Collage? And how do you make one? Image: http://www.rgbstock.com/photo/n3cU7wY/Crumpled+Coloured+Paper+Blue http://designerwallcoverings.com/WallpaperStore/natural-textiles-and-ecotextures-rice-papers-c- 1604_67_72/romano-rice-paper-03-ocre-p-1169 http://ramonabarsalona.blogspot.co.nz/2011/05/newspaper-clippings-to-be-edited_10.html http://depositphotos.com/1223562/stock-illustration-Gold-medal-with-yellow-ribbon.html http://www.clker.com/clipart-26981.html http://www.royalhigh.edin.sch.uk/departments/departments/CDT/ahgc_0708_blender_vegetation.html http://www.anderes-spielen.de/epages/61855634.sf/en_GB/?ViewObjectID=30654906 Artists would assemble and glue different materials to a piece of paper or canvas. These materials would include: newspaper clippings ribbons coloured paper bits of artwork or text photographs and other interesting objects v s e g a For many artists making a collage was a way of recycling materials and using them in an interesting and creative way This meant they could focus on assembling these images and text in a certain way so to communicate their idea or message Collage
Over the years many artists used collage in different ways
Artists Pablo Picasso and Kurt Schwitters were the first to mix collage with their paintings and drawings. They would use text or pictures that worked well with their painting or drawing. Image: http://www.moma.org/collection/browse_results.php?object_id=38359 http://digiart2011.blogspot.co.nz/2011/03/collage-through-times.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:DasUndbild.jpg Mixing collage with painting Pablo Picasso Kurt Schwitters
Image: http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=586232 http://glimmeringprize.blogspot.co.nz/2011/01/inspiration-louise-nevelson.html Mixing collage with wood Artist Kurt Schwitters started attaching various wooden objects to his paintings giving them a 3 dimensional look. However artist Louise Nevelson created actual 3 dimensional collages, by attaching wooden furniture together, as you would with pictures on a paper collage Kurt Schwitters Louise Nevelson
Collage as decoration Decoupage is a form of collage where a combination of colour cut outs and special painting effects are used. Artist Juan Gris has used painting effects to make the newspaper clipping he used appear painted. This form of collage was commonly used to decorate small objects or furniture. Juan Gris Image: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decoupagehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decoupage
Image: http://www.yellowbellywebdesign.com/hoch/denkmal.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Photomontage_(Forggensee_Panorama)_-2.jpg Photomontage Photomontage is a form of collage using cut out photographs assembled together to create an overall image. Over time technology became more advanced. This allowed artists to use computers and photographs to create fantasy like imagery. Hannah Hoch made in 1924 Photomontage using photographs and computer software made in 2010 Photomontage provided a strong way for artists to communicate their message. Artists were using photographs of things people would recognise. Artist Hannah Hoch often combined cut out photographs of the male and female body, creating collages that communicate her strong belief in woman’s rights.
Image: http://www.designswan.com/archives/surreal-nature-blended-digital-collages-by-matt-wisniewski.html http://www.jennifermason.co.nz/roomattheendofthehall-art.htm Digital Collage Digital collage is a form of collage making where artists mostly use computer software to change the appearance of their photographs. They often change their original photographs and carefully combine them so they appear visually realistic Matt Wisniewski Jennifer Mason The artwork from NZ artist Jennifer Mason, gives us the impression that a mirror is positioned at the end of the room. If we take a closer look, there are two identical photographs with one on top of the other, making it appear as though there is a mirror. With technology being so advanced it is becoming harder to tell what is real and what is fake.
Let’s recap on what we have learnt so far… As we have seen, Collage uses a variety of materials and can be a creative way to make art…
Collage was originally made by assembling materials such as newspaper clippings, coloured paper, photographs, bits of art or text and other interesting objects to canvas or paper provided artists to think about how images communication and which images or text to use communicate the right idea or message What have we learnt so far? started to change over time. Artists were creating and mixing collage with painting, wood, sculpture, furniture, photography and computers
In the next lesson we will explore “Technology VS Painting”. End of lesson