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USC, FO102 Olivia Booth 8/28/08 Line in Sequence; Assignment #1 Due date: TBA Objective: To investigate properties, qualities and types of line, to practice techniques in pencil and pen, to study the effect of creating a visual field out of repeated line (with a focus here on Op Art), and finally to compose a plate glass window design using lines in sequence. Description: The window design can be for any setting- be it a subway station, or a museum- or for no setting in particular. Your lines can represent the architecture itself ( showing how the window is cut into the wall, or using a column), mullions, or leading. We are assuming that it is a perpetually soft white day outside, as will be shown by the white of the paper, and that we are looking out from within the space. We’ll look at and think on the work of the designer Ludwig Schaffrath, and perhaps also think about the effect of sequential lines and line types as they have been used in Op Art.
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