Project #74858 - Art Paper over Wangechi Mutu's Hide and Seek, Kill or Speak

All questions must be answered in this document.

  1. Line:    Are the lines actual or implied?  How is line used to depict the subject matter?    Or are lines themselves the subject matter?    Are the lines thin and delicate, broad and brusque, thick, long or short, smooth or jagged?   Are long single lines used to enclose space, to outline and suggest forms, or is the work composed of myriad tiny lines?    Are lines used to model forms or to create impressions of textures?    Is the composition created by bold lines or subtle lines?     Are the lines horizontal, vertical, or diagonal?  Is the character of line expressive?    Does the use of line seem traditional or innovative? (15 points possible)
  1. Shape:    How are shapes created or communicated in the work?    Are the shapes naturalistic/representational, abstract, or nonobjective/nonrepresentational?    Are the shapes geometric, organic, or biomorphic?    How do the shapes relate to each other and to the whole?    How do the positive shapes relate to the negative shapes?    Are the shapes traditional, innovative, expressive? (15 points possible)

     3.  Light:    How important is light to the composition?    Is it uniform, or is a spotlighting effect used?    Can you identify the light source?    Is it in the work, or is the light source outside the work?    Is it a natural light, or is it unnatural and distorting?    Is chiaroscuro used to create a sense of     three-dimensionality on the two-dimensional surface?    How do light values give a sense of texture to the work?    Does severe contrast of values create a plunge into depth or heighten the emotional impact of the work? (10 points possible)

    4.  Color:  Describe the colors used by the artist.    Are the colors light or dark?              Is the color scheme monochromatic or polychromatic?    Are the colors highly saturated (pure)?         Are the colors primary or secondary?  Are they analogous or complementary?    Are the colors local colors?    Or optical colors?    Or arbitrary colors?    Are the colors true to nature?    If not, how do they  differ?    What is the effect of the departure from nature?   What is the role of color in the work?    Does the color seem to be subordinated to the shapes or dramatically create its own shape or content?    How does the color affect your emotional response to the work?    What does the use of color suggest about the intentions and emotions of the artist?    Is the use of color innovative?    (20 points possible)

    5.   Texture:    What are the implied or actual textures of the work?    How are the textures created?    Through line?   Through color and brushstrokes?    Through light values?    Are the textures true to the subject or different from it?   Are brushstrokes smooth and invisible or are they thick and crusty?    How would you define the strokes-d aubs, block-like, ridges?    (10 points possible)

  1. Space:    Did the artist create the illusion of real depth?    Cancel out a sense of depth?    How is the illusion of depth created?    How is the suggestion of depth suppressed, and why is it suppressed?    Is perspective used?   What type?    How?  If the illusion of depth was not intended by the artist, why did the artist decide not to create depth?  How did the artist call attention to the picture plane of the work?  How did the artist emphasize the flatness of the work?  (15 points possible)

     7.  Unity:  How did the artist create unity in the work?  Proximity?  Continuation?  Etc.?  How did the artist create variety?  Or is there no unity or variety in the work?  Why would the artist not want unity or variety?  (10 points possible)

      8.  Emphasis/Focal Point:  Where is the focal point or focal points in the work?  How did the artist emphasize that/those focal point(s)?  Contrast? Directional line?   Isolation?  Etc.?  (10 points possible)

       9.  Balance:  What type of balance was created in this work?  Symmetrical?   Asymmetrical?  Or is there no balance, and, if so, why?  Explain what the artist did in the work that caused you to say it was symmetrical balance or asymmetrical balance or no balance. (10 points possible)

      10.  Proportion/Scale:  How did the artist work with proportion and scale in the work?  Is there hierarchical proportioning, also known as hieratic scale?  Is the proportion exaggerated in some way?  What was the purpose of this hierarchical proportioning or exaggeration?  Does the proportion seem "normal"?  Is the scale of things changed from what we would usually expect?  Why did the artist change the scale? (5 points possible)

      11.  Summarize your observations.    Based upon what you have said about the use of the visual elements and principles of design, what seems to have been the intention of the artist in creating this painting? (5 points possible)

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