By Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Trish Cashen, Hazel Gardiner
Книга electronic artwork historical past electronic paintings background Книги Графика, дизайн, звук Год издания: 2005 Формат: pdf Издат.:Intellect Ltd Страниц: 123 Размер: 3.28 MB ISBN: 1841501166 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This booklet seems to be on the transformation that artwork and artwork historical past is present process via engagement with the electronic revolution.
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Theodore from the north transept portals was probably understood differently by those from different social classes, and one’s reception of the sculpture might well have varied depending upon the nature of one’s past experiences with the French knightly class. Even the spaces themselves encoded ideas about social hierarchy, with different classes of society being permitted different levels of access and freedom in the cathedral’s interior spaces. While tourist groups wander freely through it now, a medieval worker in the vineyards was forbidden to set foot in the choir ambulatory of Chartres Cathedral during services,2 and would have approached and experienced the building and its imagery in a vastly different fashion from that of the Dean of the cathedral’s chapter.
Each of the three main categories is divided into many other subsections, most of which open with a painting as a starting point, to be analysed with relation to the individual topic in discussion. For example, the section describing tones and tints, mentioned earlier, opens with a painting by Paul Klee called Afflicted Place (Getroffener Ort, 1922) which demonstrates the technique of gradations of one colour (Fig. 1A). Thus within the subsections of ‘Language’, the users gain insight into the significance of specific qualities of colour within a composition.
Finally, the Hewlett Foundation’s grant to Ithaca College has funded release time, software training and student collaboration. Most importantly, throughout the entire project I have benefited enormously from the collaboration of Professor John Barr of Ithaca College’s Math and Computer Science department, whose expertise in Macromedia Director has enabled the creation of prototypes of the finished project. Before any aspect of the project could be implemented however, I needed to acquire the raw material for our work: the images in and around Chartres Cathedral that would form the basis for the panoramas and other views of the finished project.