1. Study the artworks provided. Your task is to create your own exhibition using 16 images. Decide on a theme for your exhibition.
Consider the following:
• What is the common theme? Does it relate to medium, size, colour, art movement or subject matter?
• Perhaps you will group 16 image in pairs?
• Do particular works face each other in the gallery - why?
• What kind of order are your works in?
• What is the relationship between each works?
• Will you need to source some 3D works/objects to enhance your collection?
• What colour are the walls?
• What is the lighting like?
• Will you include a sound element?
• What is the height you will hang these works – why?
Visiting galleries today is all about the experience
*When visiting the Art Gallery of South Australia take note of list above. Lighting, grouping, wall colour and works selected. All these elements have been chosen for particular reasons.
2. Using a shoebox or similar create a diorama gallery with the above considerations.
4. Write a newspaper review on your exhibition. This will require some research into the grouping of works you have selected. What were the artists’ motives eg. Were they all exploring similar ideas or techniques? This will need to be researched.
You will submit:
· A 500 word review of your exhibition, size 12 font and double line spacing. You must use your own words and use art terminology where appropriate. Artworks in italics.