Post‐Perspective

Albrecht
Dürer,
Draughtsman
Drawing
a
Recumbent
Woman,
from
The
Art
of
Measurement,
Nuremberg,
1538

Albrecht
Dürer,
Perspective
Machine,
1525

Hans
Holbein,
The
Ambassadors,
1533

Eadweard
Muybridge,
A
Woman
Getting
into
a
Bed,
1887

Etienne‐Jules
Marey,
Study
of
an
Acrobat
Jumping
over
an
Obstacle,
1884

Etienne‐Jules
Marey,
Analysis
of
the
Flight
of
a
Seagull,
1887

Giacomo
Balla,
Dynamism
of
a
Dog
on
a
Leash,
1912

Marcel
Duchamp,
Nude
Descending
a
Staircase,
1912

Picasso,
Le
Torero,
1912
Marcel
Duchamp,
Nude
Descending
a
Staircase,
1912

Marcel
Duchamp,
Rotorelief
No.
1
Corolles,
1935
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7y20VFOuY0&feature=related


Techniques
of
post‐perspective:
• 
the
multiplication
of
views
and
viewpoints
• 
the
adoption
of
a
non‐human
viewpoint
• 
...
1.
The
multiplication
of
views
and
viewpoints
Clive
Head,
Rebekah,
2008

Clive
Head,
Rebekah,
2008

Clive
Head,
Leicester
Square
Tube
Station,
2011

Clive
Head,
Leicester
Square
Tube
Station,
2011

Franz
Ackermann,
City
Planning
4,
2006

Franz
Ackermann,
Transit:
Again/Always/Forever,
2008

Je
Baak,
We
Laughed
Together,
2009

Therese
Oulton,
Untitled
8,
2008
2.
Adopting
a
non‐human
viewpoint

Therese
Oulton,
Untitled
14,
2008

Therese
Oulton,
Untitled
17,
2009

Therese
Oulton,
Untitled
19,
2009

John
Constable,
Flatford
Mill,
1817

Andreas
Gefeller,
Panel
Building,
2004

Andreas
Gefeller,
Panel
Building,
2004

Andreas
Gefeller,
Panel
Building,
2004

Marilene
Oliver,
Family
Portrait,
2003
and
detail
(right)

J
M
W
Turner,
Cross
Sections
of
the
Human
Body,
Lecture
diagram
c.1810

Marilene
Oliver,
Iceman
Scanned
and
Plotted,
2007

Angela
Palmer,
Cow’s
Head,
2003

Angela
Palmer,
Cow’s
Head,
2003
   Leonardo
da
Vinci,
Study
for
the
                                   Virgin
and
St.
Anne...
Angela
Palmer,
Self
Portrait,
2004
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exQGtnRV7ro


Angela
Palmer,
Self
Portrait
laser
cut
sections,
2007

Andrea
Mantegna,
Dead
Christ,
c.1480

3.
Doubling
and
repetition
Gerhard
Richter,

Sea
Sea,
1970

Charles
Avery,
Eternal
Forest,
2008

Hiroshi
Sugimoto,
Hall
of
the
33
Bays,
1995

Statues
of
Thousand
Armed
Kannon
from
temple
of
Sanjusangen‐dō,
12th‐13
centuries

Vija
Celmins,
To
fix
the
image
in
memory
I‐XI,
1977‐82

Vija
Celmins,
To
fix
the
image
in
memory
XIII,
1977‐82

4.
Historical
           perspectives
Hiroshi
Sugimoto,
From
the
    Portraits
series:

Diana,
    Princess
of
Wales,
1999

Hiroshi
Sugimoto,
from
the
Portraits
series:
   Rembrandt,
Self‐Portrait,
1661
Rembrandt,
1999

Ernst
Van
Alphen,
Art
in
Mind,
701.15
ALP
   Hans
Belting,
Looking
through
Duchamp’s
                                     ...
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Constellation Keynote - Dr Jonathan Clarkson

  1. 1. Post‐Perspective

  2. 2. Albrecht
Dürer,
Draughtsman
Drawing
a
Recumbent
Woman,
from
The
Art
of
Measurement,
Nuremberg,
1538

  3. 3. Albrecht
Dürer,
Perspective
Machine,
1525

  4. 4. Hans
Holbein,
The
Ambassadors,
1533

  5. 5. Eadweard
Muybridge,
A
Woman
Getting
into
a
Bed,
1887

  6. 6. Etienne‐Jules
Marey,
Study
of
an
Acrobat
Jumping
over
an
Obstacle,
1884

  7. 7. Etienne‐Jules
Marey,
Analysis
of
the
Flight
of
a
Seagull,
1887

  8. 8. Giacomo
Balla,
Dynamism
of
a
Dog
on
a
Leash,
1912

  9. 9. Marcel
Duchamp,
Nude
Descending
a
Staircase,
1912

  10. 10. Picasso,
Le
Torero,
1912
Marcel
Duchamp,
Nude
Descending
a
Staircase,
1912

  11. 11. Marcel
Duchamp,
Rotorelief
No.
1
Corolles,
1935
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7y20VFOuY0&feature=related


  12. 12. Techniques
of
post‐perspective:
• 
the
multiplication
of
views
and
viewpoints
• 
the
adoption
of
a
non‐human
viewpoint
• 
doubling
and
repetition
• 
historical
perspective,
or
perspectives
on
perspective

  13. 13. 1.
The
multiplication
of
views
and
viewpoints
Clive
Head,
Rebekah,
2008

  14. 14. Clive
Head,
Rebekah,
2008

  15. 15. Clive
Head,
Leicester
Square
Tube
Station,
2011

  16. 16. Clive
Head,
Leicester
Square
Tube
Station,
2011

  17. 17. Franz
Ackermann,
City
Planning
4,
2006

  18. 18. Franz
Ackermann,
Transit:
Again/Always/Forever,
2008

  19. 19. Je
Baak,
We
Laughed
Together,
2009

  20. 20. Therese
Oulton,
Untitled
8,
2008
2.
Adopting
a
non‐human
viewpoint

  21. 21. Therese
Oulton,
Untitled
14,
2008

  22. 22. Therese
Oulton,
Untitled
17,
2009

  23. 23. Therese
Oulton,
Untitled
19,
2009

  24. 24. John
Constable,
Flatford
Mill,
1817

  25. 25. Andreas
Gefeller,
Panel
Building,
2004

  26. 26. Andreas
Gefeller,
Panel
Building,
2004

  27. 27. Andreas
Gefeller,
Panel
Building,
2004

  28. 28. Marilene
Oliver,
Family
Portrait,
2003
and
detail
(right)

  29. 29. J
M
W
Turner,
Cross
Sections
of
the
Human
Body,
Lecture
diagram
c.1810

  30. 30. Marilene
Oliver,
Iceman
Scanned
and
Plotted,
2007

  31. 31. Angela
Palmer,
Cow’s
Head,
2003

  32. 32. Angela
Palmer,
Cow’s
Head,
2003
 Leonardo
da
Vinci,
Study
for
the
 Virgin
and
St.
Anne,
1503‐10

  33. 33. Angela
Palmer,
Self
Portrait,
2004
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=exQGtnRV7ro


  34. 34. Angela
Palmer,
Self
Portrait
laser
cut
sections,
2007

  35. 35. Andrea
Mantegna,
Dead
Christ,
c.1480

  36. 36. 3.
Doubling
and
repetition
Gerhard
Richter,

Sea
Sea,
1970

  37. 37. Charles
Avery,
Eternal
Forest,
2008

  38. 38. Hiroshi
Sugimoto,
Hall
of
the
33
Bays,
1995

  39. 39. Statues
of
Thousand
Armed
Kannon
from
temple
of
Sanjusangen‐dō,
12th‐13
centuries

  40. 40. Vija
Celmins,
To
fix
the
image
in
memory
I‐XI,
1977‐82

  41. 41. Vija
Celmins,
To
fix
the
image
in
memory
XIII,
1977‐82

  42. 42. 4.
Historical
 perspectives
Hiroshi
Sugimoto,
From
the
 Portraits
series:

Diana,
 Princess
of
Wales,
1999

  43. 43. Hiroshi
Sugimoto,
from
the
Portraits
series:
 Rembrandt,
Self‐Portrait,
1661
Rembrandt,
1999

  44. 44. Ernst
Van
Alphen,
Art
in
Mind,
701.15
ALP
 Hans
Belting,
Looking
through
Duchamp’s
 Door,
701.82
BEL


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