Sumnima, Exhibition HL

IB Visual Arts: Sumnima, Exhibition HL

This HL Exhibition work presents an interesting and different example of a student who was not a naturally technically adept artist when she first started the course and did not have previous art experience in Grade 10. Her work matured conceptually and technically over the 18 months, as she became aware of issues around her self identity as a third culture person. Certain topics of social and political importance that...

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Megan Emery Moore 30 November 2017 - 01:33

This students work is interesting because I showed my students this portfolio and one student later researched the "We are not your Angels" work and had a long discussion on appropriation and what would be considered sophisticated appropriation. Where do you draw the line with appropriation? How do we as teachers deal with copyright issues and how do find the time to make sure students are creating original works of art? Many times we, as teachers, can sense when a work is copied or not based on student-driven ideas. I would not use this student example in the future as a strong example of high quality HL work but I would use it to discuss appropriation and how the curatorial rational doesn't support the work completely.
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