This is your last activity, so put all the effort into it! You will make and design the folder for your artworks. Here are some examples, but remember that these are just some ideas, you can do whatever you want as long as it holds your works, be CREATIVE.
SIZE: A little bit more than a DIN A4 (Let's say 23 cm width and 32 length)
MATERIALS: Cardboard, and anything you want to decorate it.
DEADLINE: Last day of class.
Making a self-portrait is a great way to express and explore your identity.
The idea is to do the silhouettes of your head and fill in your head with a magazine collage of what is going in your brain, what you prefer, what you are fond of...
Ideas to get you started: clothes, music, words, sports, food, people you admire, singers, actors...
Trace your head on two white papers (using the window). Then filled in the head shape with magazine images in one of the papers. The second one will be the template of the final frame of your self-portrait, so, you will have to cut out the inside part. Let's do it.
SELF-PORTRAITS (CLICK HERE TO CHECK OTHER SELF-PORTRAITS IDEAS) CAN YOU DO A COLLAGE ABOUT YOUR DREAM HOUSE?
Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as an
essential part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s,
various names have been used to describe the process, including computer art
and multimedia art. Digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art.
Robotic art is any artwork that employs some form of robotic or
automated technology. There are many branches of robotic
art, one of which is
robotic installation art, a type of installation art that is programmed to
respond to viewer interactions, by means of computers, sensors and actuators.
This is Honda's Asimo ("Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility") Fascinating.
And this is what happens when designers meet scientists:
TEMA: "Medio Ambiente: preservarlo es nuestra responsabilidad"
These are a few videos to show you the different types of camera shots and view angles, it also explains a little bit more of the basic ones we have talked about in class. It includes Camera Movements, which I find pretty interesting for your AUDIOVISUAL PROJECT.
BASES FOR THE AUDIOVISUAL PROJECT:
1- You can work in groups (maximum 4 students)
2- Make a SHORTFILM (2 Minutes maximum) with your mobile or camera.