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This webinar connects with the Queensland Visual Art General Senior Syllabus. Unpack strategies of how to get students to move into uncertainty and alternate approaches. Tr
This webinar connects with the Queensland Visual Art General Senior Syllabus. Unpack strategies of how to get students to move into uncertainty and alternate approaches. Try out different approaches such as moving image and exploring scale through case studies and experiential learning. Work on ways to embed contemporary practices into your students’ landscape and understand how to organically expose students to contemporary practice.
Jacqueline Scotcher explores ideas of self, place and belonging, but ultimately what bodily presence feels like moving around a particular environment. Through the performance of painting she aims to evoke encounters with the landscape in terms of colour, texture, shifting perspectives and movement; encouraging the viewer to explore new landscapes, bring memories to the surface or rethink their familiar surrounds in terms of their moving bodily presence. Most recently, her work centres around walking-painting practices around the wet tropics of Far North Queensland and in the sub-tropical climate around Brisbane. Jacqueline’s research interests include pedestrian movement, place-making, embodied perception, ecological aesthetics and conveying lived experience in the landscape through abstract painting.