Project 2.1

ACTION

2.1 (a)

  1.  Research artist on KSUCampSite blog for ACTION and write about three of your favorite artists on your blog. Pick a particular piece by each artist and discuss briefly how they are using an illusion of space or motion. Attach images of the three works.
  2. Explore the space around you. Take pictures in vertical or horizontal formats. Then using string and thumb tacks (will be provided) re-create these spaces on the wall. Focus on illusion of space.
  1. Take pictures of your designs and post them on your blog for further discussion.

Due 2/19

Ways to Create an Illusion of Space

Overlapping/Transparency:
You can fool the viewer into thinking something is closer or further away by overlapping them. Having one object obscure another.
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Shahzia Sikander

Size Change:
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Dali

Linear Perspective

One-point perspective
two-point perspective
Isometric
Oblique
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Atmospheric Perspective
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Paul Balmer

Vertical Location:
Generally speaking, objects that are higher on the picture plane give the impression that they are further away.
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Persian miniature painting

Figure/Ground relationships:
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M.C.Escher

Ways to Create an Illusion of Motion

Conveying/Capturing Anticipated Movement
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Repeating
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Marcel Duchamp

Blurring
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Gerhard Richter

Fragmenting
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Rollin Leonard

Eliciting a Kinesthetic Response
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Cai Guo-Qiang

2.1 (b)

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Create your own emojis that show an illusion of motion in some way. Please pick three options from this list:
Conveying/capturing anticipated movement
Repeating
Cropping
Blurring
Fragmenting
Eliciting a kinesthetic response

Then create two designs per category (total six final designs) and post them on your blog. Please label your designs as to what they are.

Due 2/19

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