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No. 1. Top left. Donna J. Cox, Ida, a newly discoveredtopological surface resulting from the Renaissance team of Donna Cox, George Francis and Ray Idaszak. Each color section indicates a separate 45‘ angle-range in the ‘ovalesque’ used to create the surface. No. 2. Top right. Jaroslav Belik, kinetic object UKI-4, mixed media, 43 X 31X 7 in, 1983. Thispiece is an exampleof continuousmotion that has aesthetic importance. Becausethe motionof the piece iscontinuous,the changesin speedinspecificphases of the curvecan be observed.Thispiece is accompaniedby melodic music having no beat. No.3. Bottom. Cai Guo-Qiang, Shades,Blessings,ink and wash, oil, ignitedgunpowder on handloomed cloth, 155 X 300 cm, 1986.The atomic bombing in World War I1isdepictedas a struggle of opposites.Theraiding aircraft in the upper left corner castsa vast dark shadowasthe artist,shownin a self-portrait, contemplates both the devastation of the war and the dove praying for peace. No. 1. Top left. Tomhs G. Salgado, interior design by means of Modular Perspective, Prismacolor, 50 X 50cm. This perspective drawingshowsan interiorof a houseby meansof the author's Modular Scalegiven in a 90" angle aperture of visual field. A smaller angle will reducethepicture scene.Control of the aperture of the visual field for a given observer station is one of the advantages of the Modular Network method. No. 2. Top rigbt. Evelyn Rosenberg, Forest F/oor, brass and copper on stainless steel, 3 X 4 ft, 1987. Animals, becauseof their diversityof shapeand range of color andsize, fulfillmany of the artist's design needs. The author has often used more conventionallyunattractive animals, some of which appear in this bas-relief metal sculpture formed by detonography. No. 3. Center. Bettina Brendel, Metal-Vapr Lasers, acrylic on canvas, 50 X Soin, 1985. ( C o l l e c t i o n P e p p e r d i n e C o l l e g e , Malibu, CA, U.S.A.) The painting depicts laser light that has been produced by a metal-vapor system,passedthrough a diffraction gratingand dispersed at various angles in the colors of the spectrum. No.4. Bottom.Tom Nunn, EarwargZZ,plywood, steel, plastic, rubber, 48 X 67 X S i n , 1987. (Photo: James R. Russell) Refinement of the original Earwarg, with larger size and denser (14-ply) birch plywoodbody.T h i selectroacoustic percussion board (EPB) and its twin, Eamarg ZZZ, might be considered the concert grand pianos of EPBs. ...


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