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1 Foundations of Art and Design Chapter 8: Time and Motion

2 Time and Motion Fig. 8.1 Dynamism of a Soccer Player by Umberto Boccioni

3 Time and Motion 1.Modernists 2.Futurists 3.Surrealist 4.None of these 1.Modernists 2.Futurists 3.Surrealist 4.None of these The movement of poets and painters of the early 20th Century that tried to depict motion and speed, or fourth dimension, are referred to as: Fig. 8.1 Dynamism of a Soccer Player by Umberto Boccioni

4 Actual Motion Fig. 8.2 Black, White, and ten Red by Alexander Calder

5 Actual Motion 1.Sculpture 2.Kites 3.Kinetic Art 4.None of these 1.Sculpture 2.Kites 3.Kinetic Art 4.None of these Mobiles - a type of artwork which hangs and moves with the air currents are a type of what art? Fig. 8.2 Black, White, and ten Red by Alexander Calder

6 Fig. 8.6 Apollo and Daphne by Baroque sculptor Gianlorenzo Bernini

7 In art using a design element like diagonal lines so that a view infers motion or action is called: 1.Implied motion 2.Stink lines 3.Cartooning 4.Repetitive motion 1.Implied motion 2.Stink lines 3.Cartooning 4.Repetitive motion Fig. 8.6 Apollo and Daphne by Baroque sculptor Gianlorenzo Bernini

8 Repetitive Imagery 1.Diagonal lines 2.Repetition of imagery 3.Blurring 4.Colors 5.All of these 1.Diagonal lines 2.Repetition of imagery 3.Blurring 4.Colors 5.All of these In art, motion can be implied by:

9 Repetitive Imagery Fig. 8.7 I by Gilbert and George

10 Examples of artwork that employs repetitive imagery include: Fig. 8.7 I by Gilbert and George 1.Comic strips 2.Asian Scrolls 3.Medieval Manuscripts 4.All of these 1.Comic strips 2.Asian Scrolls 3.Medieval Manuscripts 4.All of these

11 Fig. 8.9 Spiral: An Ordinary Evening in New Haven by Jennifer Bartlett

12 There is a difference between implied motion and the illusion of motion. One implies that time has passed and the other implies that motion is in the process of occurring. Which do you feel is depicted in Fig. 8.9 Spiral: An Ordinary Evening in New Haven by Jennifer Bartlett? 1.Implied motion 2.Illusion of motion 1.Implied motion 2.Illusion of motion Fig. 8.9 Spiral: An Ordinary Evening in New Haven by Jennifer Bartlett

13 Multiple Exposures Fig Nude descending a Staircase #2 by Marcel Duchamp

14 Multiple Exposures 1.Cubism and repetition 2.Surrealism and blurred outlines 3.Impressionism and Colors 4.None of these 1.Cubism and repetition 2.Surrealism and blurred outlines 3.Impressionism and Colors 4.None of these Fig Nude descending a Staircase #2 by Marcel Duchamp In Marcel Duchamp’s famous work Nude Descending a Staircase what style and technique does he use to imply motion?

15 Fig Kitchen Tantrums Courtesy of the artist

16 What technique is used most commonly in photography, but can also be utilized by painting to depict motion? 1.Diagonal lines 2.Repetition of figure 3.Blurred outlines 4.Colors 1.Diagonal lines 2.Repetition of figure 3.Blurred outlines 4.Colors Fig Kitchen Tantrums Courtesy of the artist

17 Optical Sensations Fig Gala by Bridget Riley

18 The illusion of movement can also be created in works of abstract art through the use of color and line. This style of art is referred to as: 1.Op Art 2.Modern art 3.Kinetic art 1.Op Art 2.Modern art 3.Kinetic art Fig Gala by Bridget Riley

19 Time and Motion Fig Reading Position for Second Degree Burn by Dennis Oppenheim

20 Time and Motion 1.Diagonal lines 2.Figure Repetition 3.Blurring 4.Color 1.Diagonal lines 2.Figure Repetition 3.Blurring 4.Color Fig Reading Position for Second Degree Burn by Dennis Oppenheim A common technique which is used to show elapsed Time as exemplified by Fig Reading Position for Second Degree Burn by Dennis Oppenheim:

21 The 2 Basic Editing Techniques are Linear Editing and Non-Linear Editing. Which is the most commonly used for editing today? 1.Linear editing 2.Non-Linear editing 1.Linear editing 2.Non-Linear editing


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