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Art basic

Basic Vocab from chapter 2-3

space the three-denominational field in which art exists and with which the artists creates forms. The includes both filled and unfilled areas
activated space the area emphasized by a three dimensional form.This can included the spaces around the form as well as the space filled by the form.
confined or interior space a special field with clearly defined boundaries
exterior space field that surrounds a form.
Spatial relationships relations between forms with in a space. This space includes the space between the given form and the viewer as well.
Scale the size of a relationship to other forms and to its surrounding.
Form the volume and shape of a three- denominational object
exterior form or contour of the form the surface shape of the work
interior form the shape of the inside of a hallow work of art; an inner form that appears to be emerging from exterior form.
positive form a solid area that physically occupies space within a three dimensional piece of work
negative form a shaped space that has no physical existence but is enclosed by possitive forms
static form a three-dimentional work that conveys the illution of muvment
representational form form that refers directly to an object
Created by: goldfish1