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acts as the frame. This frame draws the attention to the center of the image making the area inside the circle the center focal point or most important area of the image. The eye is automatically drawn to the center of the frame and almost doesnt look at the area outside the frame. Images can also be framed by cameras, the actual image is framed since the picture taken by the camera is wha the person felt was important to see.
Framing is what changes an image. Depending on the positioning of the frame the entire picture can take on a different meaning. By chaning the framing of a picture you are also able to manipulate the audience into believing something that is not real. Framing helps in shaping what people pay attention to and how people pay attention to an image. Framing can also help in making pictures more interesting and pleasing to the eye. While this can seem like a good thing it can also be seen as bad since the image can easily be turned from something real into something completely different. As for the picture ablove the large round circle
First tryout to understand how to work with concreet or plaster. 1 Round frame. 2 Rectangolar frame: concreet, alluminium, glass. 3 Rectangolar frame: concreet, alluminium, glass. 4 Tensiostructure.
On a flat landscape with geometric and iconic buildings, my fascination goes on round shapes. Round as a hill, round as an old picture frame. Round shapes on a squarey flat context is something that attract attention. Attracting attention is not something typical for a bus stop. Usually people donâ€™t care
2 about bus stop because it is a place in between. My aim is to frame a daily scene create by people on an existing context pointing out the importance of a normal action. A daily activity framed as a theatrical scene give to the situation an other meaning and an higher importance.
Esperimenting mold technic: 5 Organic-round frame. 6 Organic-round frame. 7 Round geometrical shape from plastic glass mold. 8 Round shape. 9 Tryout textures.
19 Round shape with triangle section with seat. Trying to achieve to the right shape by molding plaster. Wrong technic.
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Inspiration 1 15 untitled works in concrete by Donald Judd. 1980-1984. 2 Yellow frame from National Geographic in landscape. 3 Square wood fence. 4 Composition of three holes in conctete. 5 Round portal in concrete.
Form research: experimenting with objects. 10, 11, 12 Round frame. 13 Oblique round plate. 14 Mobious string. 15 Spirals. 16 Pole and disk roof. 17 Soft rectangolar frame. 18 Experimenting with frame. 10
Form research: folding paiper. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 Plaing with sizes and componing different shapes. 26, 27 Transforming the conic shape. 28 Combining shapes.
Inspiration 6 Ames Room in Nirvanaâ€™s music clip. 7 Rectangle with round corners as frame of swimming pool. 8, 10 Experimenting with conctete walls. Shapes, colors and textures. 9 Using concrete as art tool: concrete bench.
Choosing an other technic to achieve the right conic shape. 3D models. 29 Cutting a conic shape in oblique plane. 30 Deforming the iconic shape: moving the center on the line of the horizon. Tring to achieve teatrical stage.
31 Cylindric form cut by oblique planes. 32 Part of cone. 33 Part of cone and oblique floor: Ames Room effect.
Folding cardboard. Conic shape and playing with prospective. 34 Parts of cone shape placed in the same position. 35, 36 Playing with the position of parts of cone shape. 37 Displaced parts. 34
Trying to achieve the simplest and intuitive solution.
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