Woven in time and place resource
This resource covers the evolution of textile and fibre works as representations of time and place. Students move from representational design artworks into abstraction as they produce a series of place inspired design artworks.
Woven in time and place is a 10–13 week learning sequence that explores the significance of place and making practices across the mediums of photography, collage, collagraphs and fibre weaving.
- 5.1 – develops autonomy in selecting and applying visual design conventions and procedures to make visual design artworks
- 5.2 – makes visual design artworks informed by their understanding of the function of and relationships between artist – artwork – world – audience
- 5.3 – makes visual design artworks informed by an understanding of how the frames affect meaning
- 5.4 – investigates and responds to the world as a source of ideas, concepts, and subject matter for visual design artworks
- 5.5 – makes informed choices to develop and extend concepts and different meanings in their visual design artworks
- 5.6 – selects appropriate procedures and techniques to make and refine visual design artworks
- 5.7 – applies their understanding of aspects of practice to critically and historically interpret visual design artworks
- 5.8 – uses their understanding of the function of and relationships between artist – artwork –world – audience in critical and historical interpretations of visual design artworks
- 5.9 – uses the frames to make different interpretations of visual design artworks
Syllabus outcomes and content descriptors from Visual Design 7–10 Syllabus (2004) © NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) for and on behalf of the Crown in right of the State of New South Wales, 2017.