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Year 12 HSC Trial Essay on George Gittoes

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Essay focuses on the artistic Techniques George Gittoes has approached in reference to war and evils of society. Do not remember Mark for this paper though overall HSC mark was 89

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Visual arts Social status Gender George Gittoes Art Composition Femininity Gender role Shirin Neshat Gordon Bennett
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Visual arts Social status Gender George Gittoes Art Composition Femininity Gender role Shirin Neshat Gordon Bennett
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They have used these different methods to evoke emotion with the view to bring about change. George Gittoes, war artist, depicts the harsh reality war contact zones as evident in his work “The Yellow Room (Afghanistan).” Gordon Bennett’s work “Possession Island” illustrates confronting images of the pain and suffering inflicted on Aboriginal Australians. While, Shirin Neshat’s work “Allegiance with wakefulness” brings in the conflicting views of the Arab community. All three artists use different techniques to provoke emotion to hopefully bring about social change for these minority groups. Gittoes influences his audience to empathies with war patients and their appalling conditions. He ...
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