"Distinctly Visual.". Anti Essays. 17 Dec. 2015
HSC Online - Elective 2: Distinctively Visual
is the creation of British composer, producer and artist, Elizabeth Bernholz. Bernholz’ live performance personas and musical work have gathered critical acclaim internationally since her first full length release in July 2011, leading to a plethora of praise in late 2014 for her most recent release. Led by distinctly visual themes, Bernholz often works collaboratively with other filmmakers, artists and musicians to create live performances of highly visual, stunning and often challenging “horror-pop”.
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By choosing not to make his films crude indictments against men, religion, the police or the state however, Panahi’s works register first at an allegorical level. Thus we have a director developing an oeuvre that combines social concerns with genuine cinematic expression. Since / (1995), each film has spoken of a society that is in motion, bubbling with anger and potential, but this has been communicated in a distinctly visual way.
"Distinctively Visual" refers to both (photograph, paintings, sculptures etc) and (which create a picture in your mind through symbols and metaphors). In your essays you will have to explain the way the images we see and/or visualise in texts are created, and analyse the way they affect your interpretation of the text/s themes.Students will choose one of the following texts as the basis for their further exploration of the elective, Distinctively Visual.In their responding and composing students explore the ways the images we see and/or visualise in texts are created. Students consider how the forms and language of different texts create these images, affect interpretation and shape meaning. Students examine one prescribed text, in addition to other texts providing examples of the distinctively visual."In their responding and composing students explore the ways the images we seeand/or visualise in texts are created. Students consider how the forms andlanguage of different texts create these images, affect interpretation and shapemeaning. Students examine one prescribed text, in addition to other textsproviding examples of the distinctively visual."Unpacking the syllabus description of HSC English Module A (Experience Through Language) Elective 2: Distinctly Visual.
This video looks at the requirements of the unit as detailed in the syllabus.The characters portrayed within the novel are seen as realistic and authentic, this is because Misto uses certain language techniques such as humour, when Bridie stitched a rusty pin into Lipstick Larry’s Loin Cloth. Also when the Australian Nurses were pretending to have tuberculoses, Bridie mentions with humour “that night turned me off blind dates forever”. John Misto also used distinctly visual images to shape meaning and understanding of audience. His first distinctly visual image is where the black and white projected photographs have been shown to us a slide show of the Japanese where is there plot face are not shown in full. This shapes the audience understand that they look sinister where in other words dangerous and mysterious. This has also been...