Site specific art creates a direct relation between the art project in conjunction with the space, to which space is regarded as a point of influence to the artist’s work or even the canvas for the art itself. It creates an environment where audiences have the opportunity to induce intimacy when resonating with the space. This establishes depth in the artwork, which portrays various dimensions in the art. Site specific art is the process of understanding the space, history and form in depth creating an artwork distinctively to the site. Site specific art is “an investigation into a place, any place, as a starting point to explore the situation of being placed, rather than always determined.” (Hughes 2013).
The different surfaces, textures and subject matter are all expressed through this dimensional form of painting using these colours. These techniques that are used bring movement and action into the works. Without these main processes the paintings would be lifeless and very bland. Unlike these paintings Boccioni’s ‘States of Mind’ paintings are composed very diversely. They are completely different.
If all things are places, as Heidegger says in his essay “Art and Space” , then the landscape becomes a representation of the Heideggarian ‘thing’. The arising question thus becomes how such a ‘thing’ can be perceived if the place (landscape) can neither be described by a subjective observer, nor conceptualised
They explored and feasted on dreams and the subconscious as a valid form of reality. A willingness to depict images of perverse sexuality, scatology, decay and violence. Surrealism was highly affected by Dadaism, their breaking of tradition, their representation of non-art and mostly Surrealism relished on Dada’s use of chance and spontaneity. For the Surrealists, the idea of skill from training was understood always remembering their technique when making works, but their philosophy was to let go of the constraints of learned skills and traditional methods of making art. They sought out children's art, "primitive" art and "outsider" art such as the art made by patients in mental institutions, to stoke the fires of their almost incoherent inventions.
Urban space, particularly structures, continues changing with social advancement. On the other hand, conventional two-dimensional representation can just speak to the plane geometric depiction, which is not able to bolster three-dimensional dynamic perception. Just with three-dimensional dynamic representation can the structures' spatial morphology be shown transiently, including structures' creation, development, evacuating, and so forth. In any case, these structures' progressions are difficult to be examined in conventional two-dimensional and three-dimensional static representation frameworks. Accordingly, it gets to be dire to locate a compelling answer for actualize three-dimensional spatial-worldly representation of structures.
Any public space (place, avenue, fast track, parking, square, pond, lake…etc.) participates in the image of the city. They represent the city, with its essence and dynamicity. The form of architecture is an honest and lively expression of past and present values, it expresses the identity of any society, community, or a nation. As the concept of identity in Architecture is based on a theoretical view which is that the elements, shapes and variant aspects of architecture reflect the lifestyle of the people and the society that produces it.
1.1. Research Approach “Built environment, is an important part of our living conditions, affecting our experiences, feelings, memories, and ultimately the decisions we make.” (Pallasmaa J., 1994) “Design is a tool we use to touch people, engage their senses and enhance their lives.”Michael Graves Human response to architecture is usually based on subjective emotions: I like that building, I hate this space; this room is so open, this office is oppressive. But something more nuanced is happening to elicit these responses. (Outcome of the 2014 conference of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture-ANFA by Berg N.) Neuroscientists have found that distinctive processes occur in our brains—consciously and subconsciously, cognitively and physiologically—from the moment we step into a space. These processes affect our emotions, our health, and even the development of
A design language is literally how designers build sense into objects, enabling people to understand what things to do and make distinctions between the different types of objects. Designing interactions This is critical to the design of interactive systems. The conceptual design must be independent of a functioning as possible. The move from the conceptual to a physical design needs designers to assign functions and knowledge to people or devices and create
• An elegant looking office helps a business create a positive brand identity Discerning the importance of outdoor designing, Designer Landscapes took this matter seriously and wanted to ensure the full benefits of it for both domestic and commercial people. What does Designer Landscapes do under it? Consequently, it took an approach to make the outdoor products available under one roof for a vast majority people living in India. Furthermore, to save people barnstorming on the finished look of the products, it has showcased nearly 35 mock terraces or driveways of 200 sq ft each in the world-class display. It saves the customers from the hassles of choosing outdoor products from each catalogue.
CHAPTER ONE Introduction The Parthenon's precise proportions, the intricate designs of the leaning Tower of Pisa and the complex structure of the Eiffel Tower are just a few of the many landmarks scattered around the globe. These iconic places have marked their respective lands due to the characteristics that the structure represents and the uniqueness of its architecture. It is through the architecture that these landmarks are able to visualize the culture and identity of the place where it is erected. Thus, the visual aspects of these renowned structures cause great impact to how they are presented and viewed by the world. Definition of Visual Techniques Architecture is a form of art that designs carefully thought out structures.