Presentation on theme: "IDENTITY PROJECT : YEAR 9 CHILA BURMAN ‘ARROW ‘2009’"— Presentation transcript:
IDENTITY PROJECT : YEAR 9 CHILA BURMAN ‘ARROW ‘2009’
Jean Michael Basquait 1970Grayson Perry 2010 STARTER- You each have two images in front of you please stick them in your book with the glue provided and write as many Keywords as you can which best describe these images. Some words are provided here but think of your own too.
Text Emotional Layers Self Impression Expressive Pattern Portrait Sculpture Symbolic Autobiographical Culture Focus Personal Identity Scale Shape Personal Childhood Race Paint Collage History Expressive Narrative Family Bright Collage Colour Decorative Illustration Culture Experience Memories Primary Secondary Heritage Vibrant Warm Event Graffiti Mural
HOMEWORK Complete the spider diagram on your identity-You will need this for the next lesson. Bring in a personal item which represents a part of your personality. This item should be no larger than a piece of A4 sized paper. It could be a book, a sculpture. Teddy bear, shoe, purse, bag, game etc.
When we think of ‘identity’ we all have an idea of what the word means, but… What does it mean to YOU? What makes up YOUR identity? What makes you different from other people? CHILA BURMAN SELF PORTRAIT 2000
Consider the images on the following pages, and try to identify these artists as individuals. What can be said about the people in the images, from glancing at their self portraits. What could be said about the artist who created this art installation? CONTEMPORARY
Chila Burman. Born in Liverpool, but brought up as a Hindu. Challenged the image of Asian women in the UK Father sold ice cream and ice- lollies in Liverpool CONTEMPORARY
JENNY SAVILLE How might these images ‘challenge our contemporary view of woman? CONTEMPORARY
Can we see any of the artists identity in the images? Race, age, gender? Artists identity CONTEMPORARY
Can we tell age, gender and race from this artists work? ‘The Walthamstow Tapestry’ 1990 CONTEMPORARY
Ceramic Pots. These pots have been created by the artist, and the images depict stories from his life. He pours all of his personality onto his art work and creates a rich montage with imagery from his identity. No two pots are the same.
LESSON OBJECTIVES In your sketchbooks you will begin to create your visual storyboard by drawing a collection of small images which represent parts of your identity. Think about composition Make quick sketches Aim to ‘fill the page’ with your images. Tracey Emin Helter Skelter
Before you begin the task think of these BLP targets.
We will dip the item in plasterWhich will dry solid….
….onto which we’ll paint our ‘collage’ of identity.