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SECTION C: DESIGN IN A SOCIOCULTURAL/ENVIRONMENTAL AND SUSTAINABLE CONTEXT Instructiоns: THIS IS A CHOICE QUESTION. Answer EITHER QUESTION 5.1 OR QUESTION 5.2 QUESTION 5.1 DESIGN IN A SOCIO-CULTURAL AND/OR ECONOMIC CONTEXT Refer tо the Addendum аt the beginning оf your exаm for the figures. 5.1.1 Type TWO sepаrate essays of 200 to 250 words (at least ONE page each) on any designer/design group that we have studied, that addresses SOCIAL AND /OR ECONOMIC issues affecting society in their designs. You must discuss ONE South African contemporary designer/design group (8) AND ONE international contemporary designer/design group (8) Refer to the following in each essay: The name of the designer or design group (1) Are they South African or International The general aims and influences on the designer (2) Give an example of their work (1) and explain how sociocultural concerns are being addressed. Analyze their example to support your statements (4) You may NOT refer to any designer/design group that you discussed previously or design examples that appear in this question paper. (16) 5.1.2 Name FOUR of the most important sociocultural and economic issues facing South Africa right now. (4) OR QUESTION 5.2 DESIGN IN A CRAFT CONTEXT 5.2.1 In FIGURE I, there is an example of a product using traditional craft methods. What are the TWO most important reasons for promoting ANY kind of craft in South Africa today? (2) 5.2.2 Discuss the history of ONE indigenous traditional SOUTH AFRICAN CRAFT that you have studied this year. In your discussion of 200 to 250 words (at least ONE page), refer to the following: A brief discussion of ONE traditional craft, as well as the name of the indigenous cultural community that produced the traditional craft The materials, methods, and processes used to create the traditional craft The social value and function of the craft in its traditional context You may NOT refer to any designer/design group that you discussed previously or design examples that appear in this question paper. (8) 5.2.3 Type an essay of 200 to 250 words (at least ONE page) on any ONE contemporary South African CRAFT designer/design group that we have studied, who uses any traditional SOUTH AFRICAN CRAFT techniques IN A CONTEMPORARY WAY. Refer to the following in your discussion: Name of designer/design group and his/her product(s) A detailed description of how traditional techniques/methods and materials have been applied to contemporary design. Refer to specific examples to support your answer. The design product's sociocultural contribution. You may NOT refer to any designer/design group that you discussed previously or design examples that appear in this question paper. (10)
QUESTION 4.2: Refer tо the Addendum аt the beginning оf yоur exаm for the figures. 4.2 Refer directly to FIGURE G аnd FIGURE H and answer the following question: Type a COMPARATIVE essay using the correct format, of at least 200–250 words (one page) discussing the following for each movement Aims (2) Influences (2) Colour(2) Line (2) Typography (2) Marks will be deducted for not referring directly to the figure in your answer. (10)
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