VIS 21A 10.16.07

VIS 21A 10.16.07 - VIS 21A Tuesday Week Three...

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VIS 21A 10/16/07 Tuesday, Week Three Iconography -Figurative – depicting a recognizable figurative image of a human, animal, object in nature -Abstract – something reduced to its most simply identifiable form Purely elements – not objective; subjective – no longer something you can see/touch, etc. -Subjective – can be interpreted in many ways -Internal experience – imagination, prospection, something you see with your mind -Appeals more to the mind, the emotions, done so in conceptual ways -Idealism – envision things in a perfect way; between the spectrum of abstract to naturalism (realism) -Realism – realistic, not perfect -Ancient Greek figures – abstract, companion offerings to the dead -Cyclative idol -Figurative – abstract but can see how they represent the human form -symmetrical, exaggerated shoulder, angular, geometric, planar, detailed use of line -made of marble, very thin on the side -Creates the concept of a body -Later phase with Greek art – nude sculptures -Corroid, made to be placed on the graves of warriors/athletes
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2008 for the course VIS 21a taught by Professor Kimberly during the Fall '07 term at UCSD.

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VIS 21A 10.16.07 - VIS 21A Tuesday Week Three...

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