Comment on loss of dimension January 29, 2009Posted by jr4024 in art, comix.
Tags: dimension, kabuki
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Bailey’s comment was very insightful. When she mentioned about the copier creating a loss of a dimension, she made me think about my creative project that I did on Kabuki Vol. 1 last semester. For those of you who were not in the class, I took poster board and created a “zoomed in” chess board. In each square, there was a collage. After I made it, I took pictures so that I can keep it on my computer and I noticed that it looked different. It did not give the project its justice, its creativity. Even though it showed exactly what was on the board, there were intricacies such as the papers on top of each other and the material that atre important to consider as well. The color especially has great significance. However, I do feel that we need to appreciate this technology of printing because artist/writers’ works do not have to worry about “rotting away.” I also think that the book of songs gives the Blake’s work another chance to be seen, analyzed, critiqued, discussed, etc. These types of things, although not the real pieces of work, can allow the distribution to gain a new level.