A Conceptual Study: ways to visually receive information and perceive a form.
Below: Image, Material, Shadow, Silhouette, Imprint
With the use of plaster, a mold of an object was taken. The result mirrors the original objects’ form and character.
When voids are solidified, it describes and defines the action or object by which is was created. Making it as much a significant, recognizable, and defining factor as the solids we see surrounding. As seen below: a hand holding a fork.
Through my study, I distinguished:
- making to express: Becoming an actual projection of the artist state of mind or personal experience.
- making to discover: Creating opportunities for those interacting to relate and investigate. Artist and viewer.
- making to define: When voids are solidified it describes and defines the action or object by which it was created.
Conclusion: Reacting to newly-discovered objects of thought without preconceived notion can expand and push creative instinct to inform ideas and design.
Professor: Mitchell Squire