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Organize the visual field using the functions of plastic images
Structuring two-dimensional space according gestalt and topological space by recomposing semantic units
Course Entry Requirements:
Week 1, 2: Closed composition and open composition. composition partially closed / open. Configuration. Fragmentation (cutting).
Week 3, 4, 5:
Free compositions (intuitive balance)Week 6, 7:
Compositions taking into account the laws of symmetry, of contrast value, of the balance by compensation.
Week 8, 9, 10: Compositions according to the laws of form: the law of closed form, the principle
addition or subtraction of elements from an ensemble.
Week 11, 12:
Compositions according to the rule of the golden section
Compositional portrait - chap. Expression and personification. Types
psychological. Cutout and reconfiguration.
Lecture, debate, presentation.
The course of the Study of composition for iconography is carried out in a closely relation with other disciplines.
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Course evaluation 50%, Seminar evaluation 50%
Daniel V. Thompson,
The materials and techniques of medieval paintings, Dover Publications, Inc. New
, New York
Art and visual perception, Ed. Meridiane