Tag Archive: Wk 3

[237120, A1] Wk 3: Task 3 – Preparation Component A Draft 3 (Part 5)

The practice of the artist/designer is moulded by our exposure to visual imagery. Artists/designers interpret our surroundings and express this perspective to an audience through a variety of media. This is accomplished through… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 3: Task 3 – Preparation Component A Draft 2 (Part 4)

The practice of the artist and designer is moulded by our exposure to visual imagery. Artists and designers interpret our surroundings and express this perspective to an audience through a variety of media.… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 3: Task 3 – Preparation Component A Draft 1 (Part 3)

Introduction The practice of the artist and designer is moulded by our exposure to visual imagery – we live and breathe the visual in order to interpret our surroundings and express this perspective… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 3: Task 3 – Preparation Component A Critical Response Drafting (Part 2)

Key Points to Potentially Cover Mirzoeff & “Today, the world is young, urban, wild and hot” Context Visual Culture Wallace & processes of critical thinking Mirzoeff & world view in relation to audiences… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 3: Task 3 – Preparation Component A Critical Response Plan & Draft Your Critical Response (Part 1)

“Explain why the processes of looking closely and thinking critically about visual texts are important to art and design practices.” How does critical analysis of visual text affect the way they are viewed… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 3: Task 2 (Option B) – Writing Response on the Author’s Voice (Part 2)

Wallace’s tone in the text is very patient and informative; the text is clearly designed to convey information for an academic setting free from emotional language. The repeated use of the pronoun ‘you’… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 3: Task 2 (Option B) – Writing Response Comprehension (Part 1)

Andrew Wallace’s views on critical thinking have expanded on my views of the processes involved in in-depth analysis of visual and literal texts. My understanding of critical thinking was that all products are… Continue reading

[237120, A1] Wk 3: Task 1- Understanding Key Terms Writing Response

Context is vital to the process of understanding and appreciating visual texts. It allows the audience to understand the purpose of the text as a result of where it came from, who made… Continue reading