I played with rearranging, cutting, gluing, and forming elements into different abstractions. I realized in this project that I don't like to solidify layers. I love change and movement. While working on Intension, Extension I started examining how I can use and change movement, layers, and dimensions. Intension, Extension is made from a combination of spray paint, vellum, paper, wood, and masonite. I worked with the concept of not finishing the piece to be in a border, but something other than a rectangle, square, or other shape but shapes on top of each other instead. I am working on how to look outside of the framing aspect. I aim for my audience to think about the relationship between elements, shapes, lines, and values. I used two different techniques from making one composition and cutting it into parts and making one piece its separate composition and then laying it on as a separate layer and consistently moving around pieces to find how I preferred the lines and shapes to work together.
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