Semiotics

http://visual-memory.co.uk/daniel/Documents/S4B/sem02.html

http://www.indiana.edu/~slavicgf/e103/assignments/Chandler_ch2_pt1.pdf

Objects exist within connections and relationships with their environment, alongside their ability to muster thoughts, memories, nostalgia and familiarities.

As Joseph Beuys says in his exhibition in Hamburger Bahnhof;

objects are to be seen as stimulants for their transformation of the ideas of sculpture. They should provoke thoughts about what sculpture can be extended to the invisible materials used by everyone.

Thinking forms – how we mold our thoughts

Spoken forms – how we shape our thoughts into words, or

Social structure – how we mold and shape the world in which we live in

Sculpture as an evolutionary process; everyone as an artists

This illustrates the concept of objects through abstraction and communication, presenting the power of presentation, which brings visions to life, to see art as a utopia.

 

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