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Calling upon a skyscraper's verticality and dimensionality, the image appears to be receding in space. As if looking up into an elevator shaft or… Read More
Calling upon a skyscraper's verticality and dimensionality, the image appears to be receding in space. As if looking up into an elevator shaft or at the underlying structure of a skyscraper, the viewer can feel the towering height of the building. The phrase on the bottom left corner reads, "The sensual mysticism of entire vertical being." The "falling" letters, the white arrows emphasizing an upward motion, and the depiction of depth give the viewer a sense of uneasiness and reinforce the abstractness of the quote. As for the timeline itself, chronology is conveyed utilizing the illusion of distance. The closer the text appears, the more recent the event occurred. Read Less
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