White Gold Blue Black UNIT 3 Introduction into

White Gold Blue Black UNIT 3 Introduction into

White Gold Blue Black UNIT 3 Introduction into critical and contextual awareness in Art & Design

1.1 Critically compare a range of critical perspectives that influence the analysis of art and design. Analysis Name of the art work

Birth date of the artist Death date of the artist (if applicable) Year the art

work was created Description of materials used in the art work Brief

biography of the life of the artist Detailed biography of the artist

Your own understanding of what the art work represents Research to interpret the artwork to

contextualise Where the artist studied Relevant information taken from

Wikipedia Quote a source to contextualise work / ideas Description of how

the art work was created (techniques, processes and skills) Name of the artist Concluding

reflective comments about your findings Detailed description of how the chosen piece supports you

own ideas and project work Other examples of the artists work

PERSPECTIV E PERSPECTIVE What does it mean? See, hear or become aware of something by using our senses The way in which something is regarded, understood or interpreted

DISCUSSION ON PERCEPTION If a lion could speak we would still be unable to understand it. (Ludwig Wittgenstein) Humans share both a perceptual and a conceptual apparatus. We also behave in broadly similar ways, i.e. we share what anthropologists call 'universals' and Wittgenstein calls 'forms of life'. Because we share all these things, we have language in common.

A lion doesn't share any of this with us. We have no idea what the world looks like, both literally and in a broader sense, to a lion. None. QUALIA 1. a quality or property as perceived or experienced by a person PERSPECTIVE What colour is this?

What shade is this? SUBJECTIVE 1. based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions. "his views are highly subjective Synonyms personal, personalized, individual, internal, emotional, instinctive, intuitive,

impressionistic; More biased, prejudiced, bigoted, idiosyncratic, irrational, gut reaction ASSUMPTION 1. Thing that is accepted as true or as certain to happen, without proof. We assume that was we are seeing is correct Synonyms supposition, presupposition, presumption, premise, belief, expectation,

conjecture, speculation, surmise, guess, theory, hypothesis, postulation, conclusion, deduction, inference, thought, suspicion, notion, impression, fancy; guesswork ASSUMPTION NAMIBIAS HIMBA TRIBE

EXPLANATORY GAP Inability to explain something to someone who is unable to experience it. Examples Explaining the colour red to a blind person Explaining an emotion to artificial intelligence Ted Lowe on BBCs 2 snooker championships infamously unhelpful quote For those watching in black and white the pink is next to the green ball.

More than 541 million years ago, during the Precambrian Eon, life existed in a quiet gloom. Most creatures were blind, so colour was of little use. (NHM, 2016) X SUBJECTIVE The Colour Queen: Her Super Vision allows her to see up to 100X more colour than an

average person. Her rare genetotype provides a fourth cone in her eye. Her Super Vision status takes her beyond previously known artistic colour and value use. As if by magic, her process is so powerful it creates disbelief for the viewers. OBJECTIVE Objective

1. (of a person or their judgement) not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in considering and representing facts. "historians try to be objective and impartial" synonyms: Impartial, unbiased, unprejudiced, non-partisan, non-discriminatory, neutral, uninvolved, even-handed, equitable, fair, fair-minded, just, openminded, dispassionate, detached, impersonal, unemotional, clinical OBJECTIVE

While tetrachromacy is so rare that it makes headlines every time a new case emerges, it might come as a surprise that women with four cone types in their retinas are actually more common than we think. Researchers estimate that they represent as much as 12% of the female population. (Delniv, 2015). because perceiving color is a personal experience, they would have no way of knowing they see far beyond what we consider the limits of human vision. (Greenwood, 2012) "Most of the things that we see as coloured are manufactured by people who are trying to make colours that work for trichromats," he said. "It could be that our whole world is tuned to

the world of the trichromat. In other words, the colours we use are so limited that the fourth cone cell never gets a work out. (MacDonald, 2016) Enhanced sensitivity is not always a blessing, though. The grocery store is a nightmare, she says. Its like a trash pile of colour coming in at every angle. That enhanced sensitivity might explain why she finds solace in plain white surfaces. People find that extraordinary that white is my favourite colour, but it makes sense because it is so peaceful and restful for my eyes. There is still a lot of colour in it, but its not hurting me.

QUESTION What can we do to be less subjective and more objective? What can we do to be more informed so we dont have to assume things? QUESTION How can we use colour subjectively so that we ensure that we are using the same colour and that my duck egg is not your arctic blue?

In 1963, Lawrence Herbert, Pantone's founder, created an innovative system for identifying, matching and communicating colors to solve the problems associated with producing accurate color matches in the graphic arts community. His insight that the spectrum is seen and interpreted differently by each individual led to the innovation of the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM, a book of standardized color in fan format. (Pantone.com, 2017)

What does Antico see when she looks at this viral photo of the dress? "This dress is a colored or darker version of gray," she writes on her Facebook page. "It has hints of lilac, blues, grays, pinks... not bright but subtle... it is definitely not appearing dark as in black or dark blue on my monitor. In the gold area or lace there is some gold yellow but also grayish gold brown

and lighter gold beiges."

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