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Posted by  BRUTUS on November 13, 2002 at 11:45:33:

In Reply to:  showing emotion posted by elvis perez on November 13, 2002 at 09:27:32:

three dimensional representations as a reflection to emotional response
is all about sculpture and spatial architecture......so I will try to simplify it to you from my own prospective...
hostility and aggressiveness could be presented threedimensionally by sharp,unstable masses....
maternal emotions and feminine engulfing could be represented by pure circular forms....
paternal influence could be represented by straight forms,axiality....

(Anger) as a human emotional response could vary widely from one individual to another,some people would act immediately by aggressiveness as a defence mechanism and others would show emotional suppression to these negative feelings and later they can release it suddenly.....

so I can describe it in threedimensional world by volumetric "chaos" for chaotic feelings....

BUT this "chaos" start with stable form then gradually it ascend in a three dimensional burst towards different direction,sudden change in orientation(radial,angular...etc)...arrousal of anger

this how I see it myself,you can add some personal touch of yours.......

goodluck

 
 
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