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Photographic and Digital Media Years 7–10: Advice on Programming and Assessment

Sample Stage 5 Scope and Sequence Plan 100 hours (2)

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Practice

Making,

Critical and Historical Interpretations

Landscape as Metaphor

A cultural and structural investigation of the representation and manipulation of the landscape to communicate ideas and interests about the world such as alienation, power, melancholy, the divine, paradise, the spiritual, identity and nationalism. Students explore the conceptual framework and a range of photographic conventions and compositional devices to represent a point of view about the landscape. In critical and historical interpretations, students investigate, interpret and explore how photographers and other artists have represented the landscape, and particular cultural and social meanings conveyed.

Locate, Situate, Speculate

A structural and cultural exploration of the conventions and traditions of cinematic and documentary video practice. Students work in groups and investigate the conceptual framework to represent the meanings of particular places for themselves and others, through video and post-production techniques.

In critical and historical interpretations they investigate, interpret and explain the stylistic and technical development of film language and how artists, videographers and filmmakers record and represent aspects of their world in temporal forms.

Fiction and Fabrications

A postmodern investigation of contemporary appropriation practices to make photographic works that communicate new ideas and challenge original meanings. Students investigate the conceptual framework to establish relationships between the artist, world and audience, and use image and text to represent meaning.

In critical and historical interpretations students investigate, interpret and explain how contemporary photographers and digital media artists use appropriation practices to represent ideas about their world and challenge conventions and traditions using humour, parody and wit.

Collected Curiosities

A subjective and postmodern investigation of photographic, video and installation practices to represent ideas about classification, documentation, obsession, objects and memory. Students invent a fictional collector and represent through photography, video and found objects installation the collector’s ideas, interests and obsessions.

In critical and historical studies students investigate, interpret and explain how photographers and artists classify, represent and document aspects of the past and assign meaning and value to objects, images and text.

Forms

Still – wet photography, camera-based works, manipulated images, photostatics, installation works

Moving – video

Still – wet photography, camera-based works, digital media in printed form

Moving – video, installation works,

camera-based works, computer-generated images

Frames

Subjective

Structural

Cultural

Postmodern

Subjective

Structural

Cultural

Postmodern

Subjective

Structural

Cultural

Postmodern

Subjective

Structural

Cultural

Postmodern

Conceptual

Framework

Artist

Artwork

World

Audience

Artist

Artwork

World

Audience

Artist

Artwork

World

Audience

Artist

Artwork

World

Audience

Key

Artists/ Examples

Ansel Adams, David Hockney, Paul Noble, Bill Henson – Industrial landscapes, Frank Hurley, Harold Cazneaux, Judy Natal – Earthwords series, Peter Booth, Jeffrey Smart, Jari Silomaki, Ingeborg Tyssen, Rozalind Drummond, LOMO photographers, Sebastiao Salgado

Fritz Lang – Metropolis, Luis Bunnel and Slavador Dali – Un Chien Andalou, George Kennedy – Mad Max, Christine Olsen/Phillip Noyce – Rabbit Proof Fence, Tropfest CD- ROM, ABC – Two Thirds Sky, David Haines, Joyce Hinterding, Mike Marshall, Bill Viola, Francis Alys, music videos such as Midnight Oil: Beds Are Burning

Anne Zahalka, Yasumasa Morimura, Fiona Hall, Cindy Sherman, Masami Teraoka, Peter Atkins, student and teacher selection of artworks – in 2D and/or 3D forms for appropriation and recontextualisation.

Narelle Jubelin, Joseph Cornell, Isabel Davies, Robert Rauschenberg, Bashir Baraki, Boyd Webb, Noelene Lucas, The Art & Language Group, Museum of Sydney collection, Annette Messager, Fiona Foley, John Davis, Vivienne Binns, Candy Jernigan

Outcomes

5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 5.9, 5.10

5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 5.9, 5.10

5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 5.9, 5.10

5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 5.8, 5.9, 5.10

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