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Synectic Thinking

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Pilar Biller

on 15 October 2016

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Transcript of Synectic Thinking

Synectic Thinking
Ways to
STRETCH your imagination
and
Create MEANING in art

Add
Subtract
Combine
Animate
Fragment
Repeat
Transform
Think:
What else can be added to your idea, image, object or material?
Think:
What can I take away from my image to create meaning?
Juxtapose
Think:
What can I join or combine to emphasize meaning?
Think:
If I repeat an image, will it emphasize the meaning I am trying to communicate?
Think:
Would making an object into a living thing communicate my idea?
Think:
If I break up my image into pieces, will I communicate the meaning of my art?
Think:
Do I want to shock or surprise the viewer by combining images that do not normally go together?
Think:
Should I morph one object into another to communicate an idea?
There are many different ways to communicate an idea.

What works best for you?

STRETCH your imagination.
Superimpose
Think:

Should I overlap or overlay to
combine several images into
a single view
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