ASSESSMENT TASK 2A: MODEL/SCALE
A Sequence of colors and shapes in the space(ALBERS)
The architecture I followed was Josef Albers. The technique I use is “the sequence of colors and shapes in space.” His series of tribute squares uses a single geometric shape to systematically explore the full range of visual effects that can be achieved through color and spatial relationships.
Once said that students do not have to follow the rules, style, and skill. Have the ability to realize that they see greater leadership. Joseph also said that his goal is to teach students to “open their eyes,” to explore their capacity to see more, through the line, shape, color and texture and other key elements to explore the field of vision. (Horrowitz, 2016) Obviously, have the ability to open your eyes and see if more students will have a better impact on their apparent meaning.
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The main building of the UTS is a landmark in the heart of Sydney. I am going through the building every day I go to school and school. I am impressed by it. It is an adamant sense of design, far from a rectangular structure, without extra modification, just split the lines. This is an intricate design of Josef Albers. So I chose UTS main building as my final model work. I added Josef Albers technology, the model building to do straightforward and concise can show its three-dimensional sense.
I searched online for UTS main building’s positive photo, its high and wide ratio is about 9: 4.5
I spent a long time to do this final work, I used the cardboard, because I think the cardboard is more able to reflect the lines and three-dimensional. But the cut is very hard to cut up. I am very careful to split, I do my best, but still, some small details do not do well. I will work harder for the next job. I spent a long time to do this final work, I used the cardboard, because the cardboard is more able to reflect the lines and three-dimensional. But the cut is very hard to cut up. I am very careful to split, I do my best, but still, some small details do not do well. The next job I will be more hard to treat, very grateful to Leisa teacher of the final work reminders and guidance.