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Chong Chia Hwei

on 16 August 2013

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Transcript of SOVA REVISION

Piet Mondrian
"Embody the mind of the artist"
What Is The Main Idea?
Artists are individuals.
(and human beings just like you and me.)
Andy Warhol
Wassily Kandinsky
Roy Lichtenstein
Jackson Pollock
This term's artists
With prompts to help you act out your artist's characteristics
Ready? GO!
‘Action painting’
‘On the floor’
‘From all four sides of the canvas’
Rene Magritte
Salvador Dali
‘Popular culture’
(Celebrities and Commodities)
‘Drinking Campbell’s Soup everyday’
‘Trick of the eye’
‘Realistic objects in unexpected situations’
‘The Human Condition’
‘Inspired by music’

‘Larger-than-life scale’
(seeing colours and shapes when hearing music)
‘Melting Watches’
‘The Persistence of Memory’
‘Fear of insects’
‘Intense, emotional scenes’
‘Impersonal, comic portrayal’
‘Large-scale paintings’
‘Only vertical and horizontal lines’
‘Precision and detail’
‘Broadway Boogie-Woogie’
They sometimes form groups and movements so that their message can be more powerfully conveyed
Here in the present we can only interpret their artworks as we see them and understand the artists through their works
So it's important that while we understand their characteristics, we also allow our skills of interpretation to help make meaning out of what we see
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