This article analyses commonalities between perceptual and pictorial space by correlating scientific results and aesthetic proposals; specifically, it considers the extendedness of visual space, the nature of visual appearances, depth perception and virtual movement in vision. These attributes come into play during the making of two- and three-dimensional artwork such as paintings and sculptures. The concepts of extended space and appearance also offer an opportunity for discussion aimed at externalists and internalists.

Extended space in art and perception

Albertazzi, Liliana
2011-01-01

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This article analyses commonalities between perceptual and pictorial space by correlating scientific results and aesthetic proposals; specifically, it considers the extendedness of visual space, the nature of visual appearances, depth perception and virtual movement in vision. These attributes come into play during the making of two- and three-dimensional artwork such as paintings and sculptures. The concepts of extended space and appearance also offer an opportunity for discussion aimed at externalists and internalists.
2011
Situated aesthetics: art beyond the skin
Thorverton
Imprint Academic
Albertazzi, Liliana
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