Conclusion I want to base my work on the same issue as Kruger violence against women.
I will also use the idea of using words and images in my work but not in the exact style of Kruger so it doesn't seem as though I have copied her work exactly.
The reason I think her work inspired is because most of her work consists of violence against women and I am very against this matter.
Kruger expresses her views on this matter through text and photography in her art work.
It's like her aim is to show people how women are treated in this world.
As I am a female myself I was attracted by her work and it made me want to research more in depth and create work in her style.Most of Holzer's work appears to be still, for example looking at the images above created by Holzer you can see that they are just photographs taken with the text already on.By this I mean she hasn't edited the pictures or done anything with them, all she has done is set everything up and take a picture and that's it her work is done. Taken as a whole, this is representative of what students can achieve and gives a good view of the varied and individual response they can have to an examination papers' theme. Personal study These are examples of work from 15 students entered for an examination in Advanced (A2) GCE in Art (Fine Art) in 2004 at William de Ferrers School. She makes the viewer believe in her work, that what she saying is true.This also influences my work to take more effective pictures with the correct expressions and text that go together and make the image look real and attractive that would make the viewer believe in you and your work. Okay so this is just what I did for my course, yours might be different. Get pictures of that artists work, analyse them one by one in terms of colour, composition, mood, feelings, brushwork, materials, representations ect.Try to draw your own opinions for the work and really ponder the work on many levels. Cameron Holland's Personal Study and related Installation video (53 mins 54 seconds). It also shows the standard required to achieve a certain grade.