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Op Art Cube Project

Op Art Summative task - Create a cube that shows a variety of skills and techniques learned throughout the unit.
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Laurel Halstead

on 1 April 2016

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Transcript of Op Art Cube Project

Following the Pop Art movement of the 1960's, Op Art came on the scene. Initially many referred to it as kinetic art because the art moved or appeared to move because of an illusion. Visual effects that cause illusions include vibrating colors, pulsating patterns, and concentric colors. The patterns disturb the eye and cause it to see movement. Many viewers of Op Art are compelled to turn away because of the effect.
Task: You will be creating a 3-D Op Art sculpture. Using what we have learned in this unit, and your own research on the Internet, you will design a cube with a variety of Op Art designs.
Op Art Cube
Op Art is short for Optical Art.
You may use your smartphone for ideas, as well as the art books.

Use your friends as help when you get stuck.

Work through any challenges and see what you can do!
Resources:
Ideas!!
Op Art Cube
Victor Vasarely is considered
the father of the Op Art movement as he explored colors and illusions. By combining geometric elements
with colors and values,
he created retinal vibrations.

Another well known Op Art illusionist is Bridget Riley. She worked primarily in black and white with linear waves, billows, and vibrations.

The Op Art period was short and sweet. Although short, Op Art had a strong influence on textile and product design, music, advertising, and interior design.
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