P-16 COLLABORATION | PRESERVICE TEACHERS (INTRO TO ART ED) & HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (AP ART)
high school provocation: dualistic self-portraits inspired by the exquisite dissonance in Kehinde Wilhey's work
What differences manifest between how we view ourselves and how others view us? How do perceptions of others inform perceptions of self? And, how might these differences and perceptions become embodied through markmaking? In other words, how can markmaking evoke emotional and symbolic meaning? Lastly, how can foreground and background be used distinctly to represent a sense of dualism in a self-portrait?
*images are secondary art students' responses to provocation (in-progress work, in-process critique, and finished works)