Illusion of space

What type of object is it? Are you looking at a tool, a figural sculpture, an article of clothing, a painting, a mask, or a stool? If you are considering sculpture, is a freestanding figure, a group of figures, or does it
require a stand? What was it made of, and how was it created? Was it woven? Was it carved from a substance (e.g., wood, stone)? Were a variety of materials used? How does the method of creation affect the
shape, scale, or design of the work? How are the physical aspects of the artwork arranged? Is it symmetrical or asymmetrical? Is the basic form contained (one solid object), or does it have other parts that are
jutting off? How does this affect its shadow (if it casts one)? What forms are present in the artwork? Are they geometric, such as cones, cubes, or pyramids, or are they irregularly-shaped? Are they jagged or
smooth? How are they organized? How do form and space interact? Does it create the illusion of space? Is it meant to be seen from one or multiple vantage points? Can you see any lines in the artwork? Are they
heading in a certain direction or towards a point of focus? How are the lines? Are they horizontal, diagonal, smooth, or flowing? Where do they take your eyes? How does light interact with the object? Think about
cast shadows and how certain aspects of the artwork are more reflective under light than others. What is the surface of the artwork like? Is it polished, rough, or a mix of both? How might this affect its use? What
colors are used in the artwork? How do they affect the overall composition of the artifact? How is the object used physically? How do its artistic elements affect its function? How might the object address outside
influences?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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