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  • 1.  
  • 2. GOAL : REMAKE SCULPTURE
  • 3. Requirements: >Chose a single work on display at the Nasher Sculpture Center >Remake the chosen piece in one’s own aesthetic sensibilities.
  • 4. HOW?
  • 5. Creativity !!
  • 6. STEP ONE:
    • I chose a work that I am not too fond of,one that I feel is not sanctified by its inherent perfection in any deep fondness towards it.
    • Ascertain the following:
    • What is the message of the work?
    • What do I feel it is missing and/ or what do I possibly not like about it?
  • 7. The Creative Proces-Can it be: “…seeing something new,
    • in the midst
    • of something
    • considered old
    • and established,
    • and expressing
    • this unique
    • perspective,
    • while problem
    • solving.”???
  • 8. Jean Dubuffet’s: Le Deviseur II
    • At the Nasher Sculpture Center- Dallas, Texas
    ~ Lacking an abundance of color & a sense of the organic or more fluid, natural forms. ~Fairly “boxy” or angular
  • 9. BRAIN STORM TIME!!!
  • 10.
    • STEP THREE:
    • Redesign in my aesthetics:
    • Tracking major focal points
    • Realizing artist’s geometry and commonly used shapes
    • Marking what I call the “flow patterns” of the visual pattern of the object’s overall design
    • Keep going until I reach, “EUREKA!”
  • 11.
    • Sketches of Gossiper in my aesthetic…
  • 12.
    • Concept sketches evolving… cont.
  • 13.
    • Concept sketches…lead to…
  • 14. … Aesthetical Outcomes:
  • 15. Upon deeper exploration, we get further relationships, and…
  • 16.
    • Le Deviseur translates as English:
    • Gossiper definition: gos ⋅ sip ⋅ er /or/ gos ⋅ sip ⋅ per
    • 1: a person who habitually reveals personal or sensational facts about others
    • 2a: a person who habitually communicates a rumor or report
    • of an intimate nature b: a person who habitually frequents in
    • chatty,idle talk or given to tattling especially about the
    • personal or private affairs of others.
    • [ http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/gossiper?jss=1 ]
    • The negative connotations of the word gossiper and
    • his stark design motif reminded me of these
    • concepts:
  • 17.
    • Gossip is:
    • Socially TOXIC!
  • 18.
    • From apo-“ away” , & sematic-“ meaning”
    • In the context of the animal kingdom’s anti-predatory defense coloring
    • the creature makes itself overly visible while advertising its toxicity and unpleasant taste
    • This helps both sides avoid harm (and save time)
    • High chromatic contrast & high luminance or brightness are the characteristics
    Aposematism: