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    What comes to your mind when you see the word "environment"? What can I do for my A level art and photography courses that links into environment? (and please don't be too obvious..)
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    What comes to your mind when you see the word "environment"? What can I do for my A level art and photography courses that links into environment?
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    What comes to your mind when you see the word "environment"? What can I do for my A level art and photography courses that links into environment? (and please don't be too obvious..)
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    Im currently doing Photography A Level so I know the difficulty of choosing! Maybe for the environment you could look at urban in contrast to rural or even explore the material and things you find within the two?
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    I am doing A Level art and I got the same question as you!! I have no idea at what im going to do but some of my ideas were to look at landscape but do extreme close ups of small environments and then look at larger scale environments like cities etc. If you want to do people you could look at how their environment growing up affects them, or about how environment affects emotions or something. Also to combine people and landscape you could look at stuff like global warming and the effects humans have on the landscape? I am mainly struggling because I wanted to do the human body inspired by ancient greek sculpture etc and I have no way to link that to this theme! Hope you find something you like
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    You could do nature as a theme? My friend is currently doing nature so she's exploring the 4 different types of element, so wind, fire, earth and water
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    you could do man made vs natural environments and how they collide (parks in the middle of cities, modern architecture in the middle of nowhere), how we create personal environments, nurture vs nature, how our environment shapes our identity, perception of environment (how you can edit photography or use a particular color scheme to influence how you see an environment), curating objects to put in our environment to fit a particular aesthetic, the environment of our minds and how the could influence our outer environments. its a really interesting theme and you could get pretentious as hell over it.
 
 
 
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