Please review this handout, post and 2 other posts below fully.
(Part 1 of class) Critique of three part homework project (see all post below until you reach the Sorolla slide show) and trip to the Rubin Museum http://www.rmanyc.org/ The guided tour will take an hour. Meet in our classroom and we will travel over together. There is no entry fee. Bring sketchbook.
“The eight analogies of illusion are: reflections in a mirror, the moon in water, echoes, rainbows, dreams, the city of Gandharvas, mirages, and the magical illusion created by a magician. They compare our experiences and perceptions to something that seems to truly be there but in reality is not.”
-From: Vajra Speech by Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche|
OTHER IDEAS FOR ILLUSION SUBJECT MATTER: rainbow, shadows, color, sound, reflections, emptiness, space, direction, causes and conditions…
(Part 2 of class) IN CLASS ASSIGNMENT: - Inspiration board Please see attached handout for the three parts to bring to class. You may want to print this document for your reference.
Complete all 25 illusion sketches for next class, if you have not done so. (3 were due last class and there was no time to review, please bring those back along with the 4 due next class).
Bring in listed elements on this handout to start on the inspiration board, first part of your final project. This will be worked on during most of 2nd 1/2 of the class session.
Please be prepared. Therefore, work on ideas and bring in materials.
1. a obsolete : the action of deceiving
b (1) : the state or fact of being intellectually deceived or misled : misapprehension (2) : an instance of such deception
b (1) : perception of something objectively existing in such a way as to cause misinterpretation of its actual nature (2) :hallucination 1 (3) : a pattern capable of reversible perspective