Interim Unit Assessment Record BTEC National Diploma in Creative Media Production (Television & Film) Learner Name:
Unit No: 35
Unit Title: Producing Video Installation Work
Assignments contributing to this assessment PHOBIAS Assignment Nos:
Assessment of this unit will be based on the work you do for this assignment. However, if you have produced any other work which demonstrates a higher level of achievement in relation to any of the grading criteria, that work will be taken into account in awarding your final grade for the unit.
Date Evidence submitted achieved
describe the work of video artists with some appropriate use of subject terminology
explain the work of video artists with reference to detailed illustrative examples and with generally correct use of subject terminology
Reasonably detailed analysis with some comparison – doesn’t really get into detailed explanation -‐ much is on the whole descriptive.
Possibly just a merit. More focus on the nature of the audience as art lovers perhaps – who probably read up on reviews and are aware of the art they like before they go. As opposed to the audience of ‘Tap Piece’ being caught unawares. Some discussion of David Hall’s ‘Tap Piece’ would allow for more focus on both technology (from 1970) piece and the impact of viewing conditions (as it was broadcast on TV with the audience unaware – hence a surprise in the living room between TV programmes – whereas all the others are in art galleries – hence the audience would expect – and probably even know – some ‘odd’ or challenging art, unlike unsuspecting TV viewers). Would also benefit from more focus on the technology used – Nauman’s work is from 1970 the Rosefeld, Tan and Taylor-‐
Wood are contemporary. Fiona Tan’s work was on a piece of cloth about the size of an A3 piece of paper and the projection was on both sides as it was translucent – hence you could walk around it and it blew in the breeze as the door of the gallery opened – you could view form both sides – therefore the way you viewed it was very different to Taylor Wood or Rosefeldt. Lee could make more of a point about this – as well as the non-‐narrative element of the piece – moving image with no ‘story’ can be quite confusing as the audience is not used to it. D1
comprehensively explain the work of video artists with elucidated examples and consistently using subject terminology correctly originate and develop outline ideas for a video piece for exhibition in a specific location, working within appropriate conventions and with some assistance
originate and develop detailed ideas for a video piece for exhibition in a specific location, showing some imagination and with only occasional assistance
originate and develop thoroughly thought-through ideas for a video piece for exhibition in a specific location, showing creativity and flair and working independently to professional expectations
http://leedorneymedia.weebly.com/ Number of ideas all developed well on bubbl – http://www.stixy.com/guest/89062 intensely detailed planning – obviously thoroughly thought-‐through. Very professional.
produce a video piece for exhibition in a specific location, working within appropriate conventions and with some assistance produce a video piece for exhibition in a specific location to a good technical standard, showing some imagination and with only occasional assistance produce a video piece for exhibition in a specific location to a technical quality that reflects near-professional standards, showing creativity and flair and working independently to professional expectations
http://leedorneymedia.weebly.com/ Looks like a work of art and was very impressive to witness within the performance – as if the whole drama studio was set on fire – professional, creative and inventive whilst being deceptively simple
safely install a video piece for exhibition in the specified location
See witness statement
with some assistance. safely install a video piece for exhibition in the specified location competently with only occasional assistance. safely install a video piece for exhibition in the specified location to a technical quality that reflects nearprofessional standards, working independently to professional expectations.
See witness statement
See witness statement
Independent – near professional -‐ observed all health & safety standards – high technical quality
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