On completion of this unit the student should be able to progressively present an individual studio process recorded in written and visual form that produces a range of potential directions, and reflects the concepts and ideas documented in the exploration proposal and work plan. To achieve this outcome the student will draw on key knowledge and key skills outlined in
Area of Study 2.
- ways of responding creatively to sources of inspiration and ideas in the exploration proposal
- the methods of exploring and developing ideas in the exploration proposal to support the development of the individual studio process
- the methods for the conceptual and aesthetic development of subject matter, including experimental and exploratory work
- the properties of materials and techniques appropriate to the selected art making and art form/s
- the processes for reflection, analysis and evaluation
- the strategies for identifying, developing and evaluating a range of potential directions throughout the studio process
- appropriate terminology
- the methods for progressively recording and documenting visual and written explorations in a visual diary.
- use an exploration proposal to frame an individual studio process
- interpret and respond to the sources of inspiration and ideas in the exploration proposal
- develop individual and personal subject matter and ideas conceptually and aesthetically
- explore art elements and art principles, materials and techniques to demonstrate aesthetic qualities in selected art forms
- develop and refine techniques appropriate to the communication of individual ideas
- document reflections, identify, analyse and evaluate the experimental and developmental work, including the clarification of ideas and studio processes in a visual diary
- develop a range of potential directions throughout the studio process
- use appropriate terminology to annotate studio practice.