Exercise to the 8th Lecture

Perceptive Realisation 
of Space

General guidance

Design the exercises in an abstract, non–objective way … that is concrete. That way we won’t have problems with “meanings” and we will see primarily the art.

Old analog media have an absolute advantage in implementation. Mostly drawing, collage… You take an image and upload the product to an online classroom.
However, make sure the footage is of good quality; straight papers, parallel edges without perspective distortion, and above all good lighting. Post processing is also possible on a computer.
However, all the themes are adapted to work with the computer.

I use equivalent terms of shape and form. They have the same meaning. I just want to make a clear distinction between the form you have to choose, create, or as required by the task, and the shapes that emerge at work, or the shapes that are already a property of everything that is visible

You submit all the pages of the exercise in a single common acrobat — pdf data file.
File name: name_surname_8.pdf
Image size (height) 1080 x (width) 1920 px.

Scale and shape

The idea behind this exercise is that for certain forms, a certain scale is most appropriate. Sometimes, however, a particular shape can be used in completely different sizes. Suppose a box, a chair and a house are the same shape. How do I adapt this design to different scales? Present solutions so that your drawing will be just your product and nothing else, after which you could get an idea about the size through comparison. So in the drawing there are no variables that constitute space or object. You can only “speak” with variables that perceptually bring the space or object into being. Above all, deal with form only. Predvsem pa se ukvarjajte z obliko samo.

So it is your job to adjust the visual idea of the scale or size.

The task


The scale sets the rules of the game.

I wonder how I would have to change some given shape to fit a certain scale. I design a composition. Anything is allowed, but I try to dig into the scale I am currently working on. Thus, my drawing will not only be a sketch for something, but a final and self–contained creation.

8—1—1 It’s like creating a phone.

8—1—2 It’s like creating a piece of furniture.

8—1—3 It’s like creating a house.

It makes sense that I behave according to the scale. So these are three relatively similar drawings, which, by the mere design of the building, clearly show how big it is. Works should preferably be in the field of architecture.

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Fig. 2:
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