Exhibition Work Assessment

Exhibition

 

A. Coherent body of works
Evidence: curatorial rationale, the submitted artworks, exhibition text and exhibition photographs/video

To what extent does the submitted work communicate:

  • a coherent collection of works which fulfil stated artistic intentions and communicate clear thematic
    or stylistic relationships across individual pieces?

Candidates who fail to submit the minimum number of artworks cannot achieve a mark higher than 6.

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B. Technical competence
Evidence: curatorial rationale, the submitted artworks, exhibition text and exhibition photographs/video

To what extent does the submitted work demonstrate:

  • effective application and manipulation of media and materials;
  • effective application and manipulation of the formal qualities?

Candidates who fail to submit the minimum number of artworks cannot achieve a mark higher than 6.

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C. Conceptual qualities
Evidence: curatorial rationale, the submitted artworks, exhibition text and exhibition photographs/video

To what extent does the submitted work demonstrate:

  • effective resolution of imagery, signs and symbols to realize the function, meaning and purpose of the
    art works, as appropriate to stated intentions?

Candidates who fail to submit the minimum number of artworks cannot achieve a mark higher than 6.

 

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D. Curatorial practice (SL only)
Evidence: curatorial rationale, the submitted artworks, exhibition text and exhibition photographs/video

To what extent does the curatorial rationale justify:

  • the selection, arrangement and exhibition of a group of artworks within a designated space?

 

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D. Curatorial practice (HL only)
Evidence: curatorial rationale, the submitted artworks, exhibition text and exhibition photographs/video

To what extent does the curatorial rationale demonstrate:

  • the justification of the selection, arrangement and exhibition of a group of artworks within a
    designated space?
  • reflection on how the exhibition conveys an understanding of the relationship between the artworks
    and the viewer?

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