Making – Post perspectivePosted: October 4, 2013
Lecture by Dr. Jon Clarkson.
Classic notion: transforming message into image.
Anamorphic projection: an image with objects within that ca not be seen at the same time. Artist take reality into perspectives. Artist modifies, challenges, customises and changes the reality, asks question about the reality. Creating different point of view from different position on an image. Realistic doesn’t always mean what the eyes see but also what it can not see, e.g. notion of movements or producing a 2D image that have 3D effect.
Technique of post-perspective:
- The multiplication of views and view points. By vanishing some/points, changing the order in chaotic relation to one another.
- Adopting a non-human viewpoints. By applying the view finder of bigger object, using technology, de-centre and keep away from naturalistic.
- Doubling and repetition. By undermining the ideas of a view, create an image that have ‘wherever you look its the same’ effect, no end – no horizon, and to undo the notion of realistic art.
- Horizontal perspective.