Archive for January, 2011


perspective

Gerco de Ruijter made a series of photographs of tree farms in the Netherlands. He admits to attaching a camera to the end of a fishing pole for some of them.

Gerco de Ruijter

Gerco de Ruijter

via: BLDG Blog

Chris Kotsiopoulos

Chris Kotsiopoulos made this photograph of an entire day in one frame. See Gizmodo.com for how he did it.

Chris Kotsiopoulos

Chris Kotsiopoulos

via Steve Grootaert

20101129_movingArc

20101129_movingArc by Laurie McGinley

20101129_movingArc, originally uploaded by Laurie McGinley.

November 29, 2010
4:01 to 4:03 p.m.

peripheral perception

“Unconscious peripheral perception transforms retinal gestalt into spatial and bodily experiences. Peripheral vision integrates us with space, while focused vision pushes us out of the space, making us mere spectators.”

-Juhani Pallasmaa in The Eyes of the Skin, pp. 13

How does architectural photography remove our peripheral perception? How can it restore it in order to integrate the viewer in the space?

peripheral vision

“Photographed architectural images are centralised images of focused gestalt; yet the quality of an architectural reality seems to depend fundamentally on the nature of peripheral vision, which enfolds the subject in the space. A forest context, and richly moulded architectural space, provide ample stimuli for peripheral vision, and these settings centre us in the very space. The preconscious perceptual realm, which is experienced outside the sphere of focused vision, seems to be just as important existentially as the focused image. In fact, there is medical evidence that peripheral vision has a higher priority in our perceptual and mental system.” (5)

-Juhani Pallasmaa in The Eyes of the Skin, pp. 13

Inspiration

I find the work of Kenn Kotara to be very inspiring.

Jane by Kenn Kotara

Jane by Kenn Kotara

I am also thinking a lot about Kengo Kuma’s Orbe Tea house.

Kengo Kuma's Orbe Tea House

Kengo Kuma's Orbe Tea House

20101124_drawingClassDisperse

November 24, 2010

10:50 – 10:53 a.m.
Drawing class lingers and disperses.
37 frames

20101123_twoPeopleSittingNW

20101123_twoPeopleSittingNW by Laurie McGinley

20101123_twoPeopleSittingNW, originally uploaded by Laurie McGinley.

November 23, 2010
11:44 a.m. – 12:52 p.m.
89 frames

pin up

December 20, 2010
1:19 – 1:24 p.m.
pinning up for a final review

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