Compose and Re-compose
Ephemeral and instantaneous installation
Duration: 2 hours
1x1m + Composition area 3mx3m
Material: 5 wooden sticks 102cm. / 6 blue paper sheets / 1 bordeau ball of wool / 4 yellow blocks of wood 6 cm. / 1 black tape roll 0,5 cm. / 2 white brackets 41 cm.
This first research investigate different possibilities of creating a three dimensional picture through reorganizing space with the same series of objects. This process take form as an ephemeral and instantaneous research in the exhibition space.
This project is based on a selection of the “86 aspects of composition” by Mike Vargas
coherence—How well do the elements involved maintain their physical or conceptual connections to each other?
color—What shades, tones, or spectral qualities do these particular combinations of vibrations and their reflections create or evoke?
continuity—How does this move from idea to idea, from place to place, from beginning to end?
detail—How finely are the small qualities and features chiseled and how important are they to the functioning of the whole?
development—What changes as time and space extend and how does this affect coherence?
duration—How much time goes by from the beginning to the end of each event? of each subdivision? of the whole?
hierarchy—How are importance and power organized?
intention—What desired state or outcome is motivating the decisions that predetermine the nature of this process?
logic—What intellectual paradigms or conceptual maps are determining the basis for decision making?
memory—How does the ability to store, label, and then retrieve impressions from the near and distant past impact creation and perception?
organization—On what basis are the materials ordered, and what effect does this order have on the way they are perceived?
perception—How do the attributes and mechanisms of the human senses and mind color this process?
perspective—From which physical or mental position was this created, and from which vantage points are the various elements and qualities best perceived?
planning—What role does advance thinking, organizing, and deciding play?
process—What is the sequence and nature of the physical and intellectual events that determine the outcome?
relationship—How do these materials, organizers of the materials, and observers interact with each other?
repetition—What happens again and again, how often, and with what intentions or results?
shape—What are the qualities of the outline or contours created by the relative positions of materials in time and space?
resonance—How do the effects of sympathetic vibrations play a role in the transmission of energy and inspiration, internally and with the environment?
responsibility—How do social and environmental conscience influence the process of the creator, the perceiver, and other elements of the composition?
texture—What overall consistency or surface quality is created by the arrangement of materials?