Firat, Cigdem
D.36 | Wednesday, 18 July 2007, 10:00 - 10:30, Room D1
Diagrammatic practices on art education
It is known that the art history timelines are being applied in order to render the movements in art persistent and didactic. The plain reasoning of such linear history timeline model, however, is something that has been imposed onto us by the 20th Century. Diagrams designed in the forms of cyclic, helical, or coordinate planes indicate the use of different timeline models worldwide in history. Accordingly, the creativity of pupils may be benefited from in developing diagrams, which differ from those art history timelines, the output of conventional and domineering approaches.
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