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The operational steps (in my work) are derived from proportion, from the ratio of dimensions or from the basic dimension; this can be described i… Read More
The operational steps (in my work) are derived from proportion, from the ratio of dimensions or from the basic dimension; this can be described in terms of modular order. This order is based on a module, on a unit that is constantly repeated in a certain work. These modular units have been used in architecture for centuries. But while in a Greek temple the module was hidden beneath the plasticity of the form, it is open in my "graphic" work. In this way I can observe modular order through a unique or multiple manipulation of the basic unit. I develop this until I formulate the basic theme that facilitates different operations. One element plus one element must, apart from their sum, give at least one more interesting link. The more interesting links are created, the more intense they are; the more elements they yield, the more important the result is. Several elements are connected in a structure (complex), where contrasts between different sizes and relationships between different parts become visible. Read Less
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»1a«, rapidograph on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995; authors property - personal logo
»1b«, rapidograph on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995; property of: Andrej in Mojca Sabec
»1c«, plot with ink on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995; property of: Vesna Petreπin
»1d«, plot with ink on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995
»1e«, plot with ink on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995
»1f«, rapidograph on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995
»1g«, rapidograph on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995
»1h«, rapidograph on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995
»1i«, rapidograph on paper, 50/70 cm, 1995; property of: Pavla Bonca �" personal logo
»aa1«, computer cut foil on plastic, 70/100 cm, 1995
»aa2«, computer cut foil on plastic, 70/100 cm, 1995
»aa3«, computer cut foil on plastic, 70/100 cm, 1995
»aa4«, computer cut foil on plastic, 70/100 cm, 1995
»aa5«, computer cut foil on plastic, 70/100 cm, 1995
»aa6«, computer cut foil on plastic, 70/100 cm, 1995
From the website http://www.rototype.org/ (http://www.rototype.org/rotacije_an.html)