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Art Synectics. Bringing different things into real connection. Analogy. A comparison between two things that are similar in some way. Logical Synesthetic Affective Paradoxical . Logical Analogy. similarities in design, structure or function. Duck compared to boat

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art synectics

Art Synectics

Bringing different things into real connection

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Analogy

A comparison between two things that are similar in some way

Logical

Synesthetic

Affective

Paradoxical

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Logical Analogy

  • similarities in design, structure or function
  • Duck compared to boat
  • Tree compared to circulatory system
  • Bird compared to plane
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Synesthetic Analogy

  • sensory comparisons of an interdisciplinary nature; perceptions of touch, sound, vision, taste or smell.
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Affective Analogy

  • emotional resemblances
  • Offensive person as a snake
  • Beautiful girl as a flower
  • Timid as a mouse

Synesthetic Analogy

  • (Paradox - is an apparently true statement or group of statements that leads to a contradiction)
  • “loud silence”
  • “the living dead”
  • “organized confusion”
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Images & Transformations

Images:

  • 1. Memory – recollections of the past (not fantasy)
  • 2. Imaginary – recollections of the past radically rearranged
  • 3. Hypnogogic – imaginary experiences perceived in the twilight state of consciousness between sleep and waking, accompanied by light flashes, sparks, geometric forms
  • 4. Afterimages – sensory over stimulation (colors reversed)

5. Hallucinations – images perceived as a result of personality disorders through lack of sleep, intense concentration, meditation or drugs.

  • 6. Dreams – associated with sleep (REM)
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Transformations:

1. Magnification

The “reconstruction” of a subject matter on a much larger scale than that of the original

2. Minification

  • Making an object appear smaller

3. Multiplication

Repeating images or forms within a composition

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Transformations:

4. Substitution

Changing the original qualities of objects and surfaces (concrete pillow, wooden light bulb)

5. Reversals

  • Reversing color, perspective, function, relative sizes and so on, (reversing “laws of nature” - gravity)

6. Distortion

  • Changing an object or image by deformation, distortion or progressive state of degradation (burned, dissolved, decomposed, crushed, cracked, etc…)
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Transformations:

7. Fragmentation

Splitting or fragmenting objects or images (partially developed, dismembered, splitting planes)

8. Disguising

  • The use of latent or hidden images; obscuring the qualities of an object by wrapping, masking or camouflaging

9. Metamorphosis

  • Depicting images or forms in progressive states of change
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Transformations:

10. Transmutation

  • A radical form of metamorphosis

11. Soft Focus

  • Changing focus of all or parts of an image; blurred edges or contour lines

12. Progressive Image Breakdown

  • Subjecting an image to treatment that tends to deteriorate, obscure or progressively break it down to simple shapes or patterns.
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Transformations:

13. Transference

  • The intrusion of an object or element into a space or environment not normally its own

14. Positive-Negative Reversal

  • Using the photographic negative rather than the print (or both) in a composition

15. Animation

  • Inanimate subjects made to “come to life”
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Transformations:

16. Collapsing Volume

  • Rendering 3-D subjects to appear flat or transparent, through the use of contour line

17. Partial Delineation

  • Drawing, carving, or presenting only a portion of an image in its finished state

18. Simultaneity

  • Presenting several views or time modes simultaneously; for example, showing the side, top, back and bottom views)