Kabuki



Composition of Volumes
          By
    Mary Evans
Development

   These are pictures of my
   last projects which were
   inspiration for this
   project.
Brainstorming
Compositional ideas & Color
         studies
Final Motif

         When I built the
         model of my first
         idea I discovered I
         hadn’t used the
  ...
Physical Process
Completed 3D Planer Model
  Subdominant   Dominant                 Subdominant




                                       ...
Variation of 3D
Design Concept Statement
Design Concept Statement:
   This design was inspired by Kabuki, which is a theatrical
   spectac...
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Kabuki Composition Of Volumes

  1. 1. Kabuki Composition of Volumes By Mary Evans
  2. 2. Development These are pictures of my last projects which were inspiration for this project.
  3. 3. Brainstorming
  4. 4. Compositional ideas & Color studies
  5. 5. Final Motif When I built the model of my first idea I discovered I hadn’t used the space completely. So I added a few new details.
  6. 6. Physical Process
  7. 7. Completed 3D Planer Model Subdominant Dominant Subdominant Dominant Subordinate Subordinate Subdominant
  8. 8. Variation of 3D
  9. 9. Design Concept Statement Design Concept Statement: This design was inspired by Kabuki, which is a theatrical spectacle combining form, color and sound into one of the world’s great theatrical traditions. It combines three performing arts and three kanji; ka which is song, bu which is dance and ki meaning skill. The elements I used in this design are all ones which are prominent in Kabuki theatre. The fan with the eye portrays both a prop that is used constantly and the dramatic makeup that is characteristic of Kabuki. The black and red almost hut looking element is a representation of the stages sets that the Kabuki plays were held in. The circle in which the stage design and the fan design are resting on signifies the sun, which is a motif commonly used in Japan and design elements in Kabuki costumes and stage sets. The cube on which rests the flowing water like shapes embodies the shape of the stage, while the flowing shapes represent the motifs used in Kabuki stage sets for rocks, water and trees. All of these shapes and elements combine to give a more full and abstract depiction of Kabuki.
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