Final Rectilinear Compositions

 

First Rectilinear Composition

The dominant form in my first composition is the large horizontal block, since it acts as the main form that the others are attached to. The subdominant form is the thin vertical piece coming out of the top of the dominant block. The subordinate piece is the small slim form intersecting the dominant form.

 

Second Rectilinear Composition

The dominant form in this composition is the large block at the edge of the composition. The thin piece cradled by the dominant piece is the subdominant form. And the small vertical piece wedged into the subdominant piece is the subordinate. The thin gap between the subordinate and the dominant creates interesting negative space along the vertical axis.

 

Third Rectilinear Composition

The dominant form in this composition is of course the thick block in the center. The subdominant is the vertical form, and the subordinate is the thin piece intersecting both the dominant and subdominant. The subordinate piece creates interest by incorporating all three forms into one.

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3 thoughts on “Final Rectilinear Compositions

  1. For the first model, the scale of 3-dimension is clear. Dominant, subdominant and subordinate parts are apparent based on the proportion each piece takes. It seems heavy and stable, since three pieces touch the ground.Three pieces connect each other and can be seen as a unity. The model is clean-cut.

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  2. For the second model, it looks very safe and stable, though there is negative space between dominant and subordinate pieces. Maybe it’s because of the gravity is comparatively low. Interestingly, it seems lighter than the other ( though it’s stable) . three elements are clear. The methods of attachment are different and it makes the work fun. The model is clean cut.

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  3. For the third model, it’s stable and can be seen as one, since there foams are attached with each other closely and the center of gravity is low. The activation of axis is done pretty well, as dominant, subdominant and subordinate forms made lots of corners successively. The dominant part is apparent, because it takes large proportion of all. The model is clean-cut.

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