SURREALISM a 20th-century avant-garde movement in art that sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind, for example by the irrational juxtaposition of
images. Creative Strategies Used in Surrealism JUXTAPOSITION : the fact of two things being seen or placed close together with
contrasting effect. TRANSFORMATION: The act of changing in form ,shape or appearance. Turning something familiar into unusual or strange.
Some important Surrealist Artists Salvador Dali Rene Magritte Dorthea Tanning Leonora Carrington
Salvador Dali Geopoliticus Goodness, Truth and Beauty
Galatea of the Sphere Rene Magritte Siren
Le thrapeute The Lovers The Listening Room
KAY SAGE I Saw Three Cities The Gift
Dorthea Tanning Family Portrait Leonora Carrington
SURREAL COLLAGE Create a collage that uses the following creative strategies:
Using your magazine shapes, create a clear sense of foreground, middle-ground and background Cut your shapes from magazines in a way that gives them new meaning in the collage no rectangle cutouts! Create a scene that could not exist in real life.
SURREAL COLLAGE Learning Objectives for the Surrealist Collage: -Create a collage that uses the following creative strategies: Juxtaposition (comparing two things side by side that would normally not go together).
Transformation (changing something from its original purpose to a new purpose in your collage. Example: someones chin becomes a mountain in your collage. -Using a compatible color palette (colors that cooperate with each other), create a clear sense of foreground, middle-ground and background
-Cut your shapes from magazines in a way that gives them new meaning in the collage no rectangle cutouts! Experiment with a variety of cut edges to create visual pathways between photo sources. Create a scene that could not exist in real life. SURREAL COLLAGE
Use this knowledge to complete the Grammar worksheet (On Wednesday and Friday, we will work on identifying these mistakes in sample essays—it is a common mistake for everyone from 4th graders to college professors)
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