Setting and its relevance The art is pictured and lined (not framed) in well furnished room wall settings. The appearance created is that of a picture painted in the walls. The appearance and features of the art is beautifully displayed, which immediately captures the attention of any person entering the room. Some of the features of artistic work include: clarity, presentation, relevancy and creativity. Relevance is important in meeting exhibitions reasons and themes. The artwork is made relevant to the settings that are intended to be showcased, this can be said to be of two sides to the settings harbouring the art, and the theoretic or conceptual framework it aims to deliver messages to the audiences. The art settings are well designed and choreographed having a mosaic type of designs, of pieces fitted to the images represented providing a background of it, well fabricated with a variety of bright colours (Chambers, 2007, 322). A mosaic type of art is one that uses different types of materials to represents a number of images, glued together to achieve certain design. When one views the picture art, one may think it is a mosaic but it is a drawing. The artist has used this skill to present a simple type of picture. It may not be a pure artist work but the message has been communicated well and fully. Among the images is an illustration showing a beautiful tower, one that might represents a royal castle and it has some words written on it: ‘let the light from my lighthouse shine on you’. This clearly indicates how the artist makes a comparison with love coming from the heart of any person who is in love (Smithrim & Upitis, 2005,...
This paper stresses that for many years the Camden arts centre has been in the forefront in sourcing for new artistic works, majorly from new emerging talents and arranging for international survey exhibitions to showcase the artistic work available in the facility. Another important aspect is supporting and making recommendations for artists regarding their respective artistic work and future career progression. The centre provides a number of artistic projects classified according to different artistic styles; an example is those classified according to retrospection classifications. The centre communities to different audiences who wish to become artists to be creative or innovation in their works. The centre is using artistic works as a library where learners can learn from what is displayed in the centre
This report makes a conclusion that this contemporary art from Camden arts centre by Dorothy Iannone makes a significantly high contribution to the collection of retrospection artistic works both locally and internationally. The artist communicates to the audiences about her collection of films by presenting what is on them using the artistic picture. By the end of any visit the audience are fully informed about what it was intended for, and as a result a small space and resources is utilised. The artistic style used by the artist, presentation of images and colours, designs can be said to be part of fashion. The commissioning of Camden arts centre has taken its role in promoting and upbringing of new talents in art scenes regionally and internationally by involving itself in a number of artistic related activities and events, what both relevant persons and parties wanted to provide has been visually and educationally communicated to its intended audiences.