Every image possesses different qualities perceivable to our visual system. Thanks to the interpretation of forms and colours, our brain receives sensations produced by the visual experience, returning impressions and interpretations as a whole. Examining the relationship between different parts of an image, for example in an abstract picture, a photograph or a painting, we can see how each element assumes a sense in the context; especially if the image is balanced both on a formal and chromatic side. The relationship between all parts gives sense to the image, which means that, beyond the meaning represented, it gives a “perceptive” value to those who observe it.

Chromatic textures. A story of basic design. Trame colorate. Un racconto di basic design

CALABI, DANIELA ANNA
2009

Abstract

Every image possesses different qualities perceivable to our visual system. Thanks to the interpretation of forms and colours, our brain receives sensations produced by the visual experience, returning impressions and interpretations as a whole. Examining the relationship between different parts of an image, for example in an abstract picture, a photograph or a painting, we can see how each element assumes a sense in the context; especially if the image is balanced both on a formal and chromatic side. The relationship between all parts gives sense to the image, which means that, beyond the meaning represented, it gives a “perceptive” value to those who observe it.
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