For the presentation, you should consider the following for a possible outline
1. Introduction- who are you? where are you from? what are your interests? where do you currently work/ study? Give us an idea of who you are, what makes you tick. You could include everything from personal interests, to things you collect, to your favorite foods. But, do this in a short amount of time (less than a minute). Remember.... it's only an introduction. Then you can discuss the work that you have done in the class. Things to consider:
- What themes, ideas and concerns does your work consider?
- Talk about the work from a conceptual, thematic, and/or emotional point of view.
- The ‘intention' behind the work; what do you want the work to achieve?
- What do you want the viewer to feel, learn, or come away with after viewing the work?
- What kind of questions does your work raise?
- What media do you work with? What interests you about work of this type? Was it a scanogram? did you create photos to assist in the process?
- Why did you work in this manner? Is there a relationship between the media and the ideas that you work with?
- What processes are involved in the work and how are they relevant to the ideas you are dealing with?
- Are there any outside influences and ideas, perhaps from outside the arts, which have bearing on your work?
- Connect the work to something outside of art. That “something” can be homespun observations, personal history, contemporary issues, science, politics…
- Any artists or writers you referenced or were influenced by during the process
- What are your future goals in college?
- where would you like to exhibit/screen your work?
- How does this work fit into the overall flow of your development as an artist?