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Note Please view in slide show mode Usually
found bottom right of screen This power point
has animation effects and will not display
properly unless viewed in slide mode. If you have
any questions please do not hesitate to contact
me. Thank you Jeremy Leatinuu Schools
Education Manager Te Tuhi Learning Experiences
Outside the Classroom Ph 09 577 0138 ext
Welcome Thank you for using this pre-visit
resource. We believe this will help strengthen
student learning leading up to and during your
gallery visit.
Pick and Mix Te Tuhi pre-visit lesson 3
Welcome to Pick and Mix
During this lesson we will be exploring
But before we start, lets recap on what we
learnt during our last lesson
  • Digital Collage

  • combines and assembles 3D objects like furniture
    and present them like a 2D picture.

During our last lesson we learnt that 3D Collage
  • can be created using glass and layering
    techniques to give the illusion that they are
    floating, suspended or have a life of their own.
  • can be as big as a room and can be interactive
    like Gregor Kregars artwork Archie.

Lets start this lesson by exploring Digital
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With the advancement of technology in todays
world, artists are now making collage using
digital tools and media.
Lets take a look at 4 artists who create collage
in the digital world.
In the last lesson we saw artists take the art
form of collage from 2D to 3D.
Collage and computers
Physical Structures 15, 2011
Physical Structures 13, 2011
Room at the end of the hall 2011
NZ artist Jennifer Mason creates digital collages
using computer. She can digitally cut, overlay
and paste images and print them. Using this
technology she creates illusions that appear
real. This style of collage is sometimes called
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Collage and computers
Soft signals 2011
Rock and roll 2011
En Plein Air 2011
Mono No Aware 2011
Another NZ artist who creates digital collages is
Kerry Ann Lee. She uses images from the internet,
magazines and old postcards and digitally pieces
together her pictures to create fantasy like
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Collage and computers
Landscape 13
Landscape 16
Miles to go 15
Miles to go 13
Wreckage 3
American artist Matt Wisniekwski creates digital
collages in a different way. Matt takes portrait
photographs and combines them with images of
landscapes and buildings. In his artworks we see
how nature and buildings share similar curves,
lines and colours as the human body.
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Collage and video
Beneath the radar 2012
Artist Janet Lilo uses technology to create
digital collages in a different way. She
digitally cuts and overlays images and video to
create moving digital collages. Janet uses
technology and collage as a way to reflect and
share stories of people, places and communities.
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Collage and video
In Pursuit of Venus
Hinepukohurangi 2001
Mahuika 2001
Maui 2007
In her artwork In Pursuit of Venus Lisa Reihana
collaged together performance, video and
animation to create scenes of Pacific culture and
tradition and to share a piece of history about
the Pacific with gallery visitors.
Maori artist Lisa Reihana has created photographs
of Maori gods, goddesses, warriors and ancestors.
She has used collage techniques, computer
software and other technologies to show their
gifts and to share their story.
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mahuika-by-lisa-reihana http//
sa-reihana-digital-marae/ https//artsdiary365.w
As we have seen, technology has influence how we
make collage today
Lets recap on what we have learnt so far
What have we learnt so far?
Digital Collage
  • can include using a computer to digitally cut,
    layer and paste different images together.
  • can combine digital layering of photos and video
    to reflect stories of people and different places.
  • uses different technologies like computers,
    video and animation software to create moving
    digital collage.

During our Te Tuhi visit we will think about
space, depth and technology. In the art studio we
will combine magazine pictures, card and other
art materials to create our very own collage.
We look forward to having you all here
End of lesson