Alberte, CS HL

IB Visual Arts: Alberte, CS HL

In this excellent comparative study Alberte focuses on movement in art, primarily investigating the work of Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, comparing his installation Riverbed 2014, and Your Embodied Garden 2013 to works by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Marcel Duchamp.The selection of screens here are not the full CS, but they are extracted in chronological order. The last two screens explore the relationship between Alberte"s...


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Nanda Das 3 February 2017 - 03:55

Hi Heather, Just a quick question before going for the final submission of CS that does Page number required in CS ?
Nanda Das

Heather McReynolds 3 February 2017 - 09:56

Hi Nanda, you can put page numbers in but not required, as long as correct number of screens is submitted


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