Evolving Impression

The movement in the work of art, like in objects and also in flowing lines, etc. Repetition that also occurs in the art with symbols, shapes etc.

This work of art called “Illumination: it’s one of the most haunting spaces that is located in a prison that used to be a hospital for the isolation and observation of mentally ill inmates. The pair of tiled chambers in the Hospital you can see the patterns and the movement by the door.This Psychiatric observation room in an Alcatraz Hospital, site of Ai Weiwei’s sound installation Illumination. Between China and the United States, the work paid homage to people who have resisted cultural and political repression whether Tibetan monks, Hopi prisoners, or the Indians of All Tribes who occupied Alcatraz from 1969 to 1971.I love this work because it’s for those who have been classified as mentally ill and often been dismissed, deprived of rights, confined, and observed. This source and work was for them to give emotional comfort, spiritual strength, and cultural identity.
The artist who created “Movement in Squares” goes by the name Bridget Riley. She is one of Britain’s leading artists since the 1960s. She is known for her vibrant paintings and distinct visual language. She was very frustrated on trying to find a way to be a modern painter, but threw that stressful time she created “Movement in Squares”. As you see the repetition in the art it consists of twelve rows of alternating black and white squares.
The artist who created “Working 96 Movement” is named Woo Jae-Gil. His focus of this art in my opinion is he is awarding himself for all the hard labor that he invented. He seems to be very passionate in every masterpiece he creates and he always went for that ripe emotion by dominating it by power, speed and space. As you can see the pictures repeat themselves but each light at a different angle.
The artist who created “Olympic Suite, Taekwondo” is named Rosa Serra's. The purpose for this art is to express the aesthetic emotion of the sporting movement. As you can clearly see by looking at the sculpture it is in movement and action. She loves sporting themes and was influenced by Rodin, Manolo Hugué and Henry Moore, which centers on the human figure.
The artist named Thomas Mudge invented the “Minute repeating clock watch” at he was located in London. The clock is made of leather, gold and brass. He was one of the first chronometer makers in England to make a successful minute repeating mechanism for the watch. It was first announced in the late seventeenth century by Daniel Quare that was in competition with Thomas Tompion. As you can see the movement and by the ticks and repetition by design.
The artist Jin Siyon created “Wave (2008)”. The purpose for the light is that enables our vision to realize this world, and we can only see an object when there’s light. Jin Siyon incorporated LED into Wave, by putting images of a sunrise and a sunset over the ocean in the sculpture. The LED generated form, light, and motion and was the most important because it formatted the ocean to automatically give the sculpture light and movement from a three dimensional structure.
The artist Jin Siyon created “Human Maze”. The purpose was of this art is to interpret individual beings as ‘light.’ As you can see the motions of one individual and the relationships that obtain from human communications. It is the connection between a man and the world that are represented as traces of light in this stunning piece of art. As you can see the black lines repeat themselves in a pattern.
Who ever created this wonderful piece is unidentified. The Phiale (shallow bowl) has a floral pattern hammered from a single sheet of silver metal.The pattern you see is decorated with radiating petals or leaves. If you look close you can see the tips of the petals that split to form an arch above each lobe.
Ryoji Ikeda, is Japan's leading electronic composer and visual artist. His main focuses are on the essential characteristics of sound and visuals of light. Ryoji Ikeda's film "test pattern," was spectacular in Time Square. It was on electronic billboards, and its features tightly synchronized, flickering black-and-white imagery. It was the first time sound was incorporated into a midnight moment and it was said to be a powerful one. As you can see from the basis of my theme there is a pattern on the billboards
In 1993, the artist Neil Roberts created the “Pattern of a snowflake”. It was a huge success to the Canberra’s visual arts culture. He first took items that many would agree as junk, and after gathered weathered garden rakes. His purpose was to create a central point in a uniquely contrived cyclical pattern. The pattern is a metaphor for the cycles of nature and an allusion to winter’s onset. As you can see from my theme the pattern of the garden rakes
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