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MASS PRODUCTION AND INDUSTRIALISATION FUNDAMENTALLY CHANGED OUR RELATIONSHIP TO ARTWORKS

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ESSAY QUESTIONS (choose one):
1. Mass production and industrialisation fundamentally changed our relationship to artworks. Using three artworks from three different artists (from 1880-1960), demonstrate how artists have responded to and/or critiqued mass production. 2. Revolutionary ideas are proposed and explored through art. Using two artworks from different cultures and times (from 1880-1960) compare and contrast revolutionary artistic strategies. 3. Using three artworks from Australia and/or the Asia-Pacific, discuss how artists in the 20th century have critiqued and challenged Eurocentric narratives of Modernity. 4. Describe two different aesthetic approaches in Modernism using two artists (from 1880-1960). What informed and influenced the aesthetic choices of these artists? 5. In Modernism the artist’s body becomes a site for art, protest and institutional critique. Using three examples from 1900-1970 discuss how and why the artist’s body became an important theme in art. 6. Desire is an important theme in art. Using two artworks from 1900-1970 compare and contrast how artists have explored how desire is produced, manipulated and/or expressed

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