30 Nov – narrative and framing
what imagine frames are, what frames are doing in fine art frame.
Frederic Lord Leighton – Last watch of Hero 1880
this is art, and worth looking at. its authoritative. distinctive effect.
- joining the images together
- two windows: we see her looking out, what she is looking out.
Using the architecture frame of Speech bubbles
Charles Schultz – Peanuts 1960
Al Capp – Li’l Abner (detail) 1935
Chester Brown – Louis Reel 1999-2003
The Last Saturday Chris Ware 2015
We start to read space as time
Windsor McCay — panels stretch upwards
Maurice Sendak illustrations 넣기- using the layout of the page, white spaces to show the narrative.
George Herriman – Crazy and Ignatz 1916 —– It is not about the story you are telling, but its about how you are telling the story.
Chris Ware – Jimmy Corrigan 2000
While dreaming, the text is not in the speech bubble but dropped on the stairs!
sequences of the event > facets of event
the relation between the framework and narrative
not by an event but facet by facet
The last Saturday – Chris Ware 2015
an example of frame establishing our position in the work.
A Hunt in the Forest, Paolo Uccello, Around 1470
There is double frame in jan van eyck the arnolfini wedding.
couple getting married / mirror – We would be the people reflected in the mirror. The artist is using the frame to narrate the illusion of the painting.
As soon as you try to interpret it, it resists the interpretation from the viewer.
Dieter Roth Poetrie 1 deluxe edition 1966 (Letterpress, leather, embossing, paint, collage, chocolate) – totally prolific
Sausage Cloud 1969 (Sausage and paper between sheets of glass).
Gordon Matta-Clark : Bingo in progress 1974 / Bronx Floors: four way wall 1973
Christo and Jean Claude – Surrounded Islands 1983
in response to speculative imagination, i have set up an experiment with audio reactive visual. The language of seagulls have been used as data that i collected
live sound around the seagulls including their own voice and the sound they here
building two different side of coins — important two components