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Outline social issues that conveyed in this artwork Cultural - it is asking about "social" elements
What symbols are used to convey the message in this work? Structural - the key word in this question is "symbols"
Explain why artists use recontextualisation when making art. Postmodern - "recontextualisation" is the key word
Analyse how emotion is used in artworks to provoke and generate discussion about ideas and issues. Subjective (and Postmodern) - "emotion" and "provoke" both indicate that this question is asking about the subjective frame. You could also use the postmodern frame here, to discuss "ideas and issues"
How are ideas about cultural identity represented in these artworks? Cultural - take note of the word "identity" as well as "cultural" itself.
Most artists have critical and productive relationships with their culture. Explore this statement. Cultural - relationship to culture
Analyse the ways in which artists communicate through the use of particular symbols and organisational relationships in their works. Structural - the questions asks about "symbols" and "organisation"
Why is an active imagination crucial to the creation of artworks and the interpretation of their expressive meaning? Subjective - the key words are "imagination" and "expressive"
In his book Art and Outrage, John A Walker proposes that “artworks are often playful experiments designed to challenge institutions and test the limits of tolerance”. Postmodern - key words are "challenge" "institutions" "tolerance" The question also addresses the issue of redefining art.
“Art is, for the artist, his speech, his way of communication.” Explain how art critics and historians have interpreted the language of art. Structural - "communication" and "language" are the key words here.
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