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Title:KAKO VIDI BARVNO SLEPA OSEBA
Authors:Pliberšek, Maja (Author)
Krašna-Kocijan, Anica (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Diplomsko delo obravnava popolno barvno slepoto. V njej so zbrani teoretični podatki in praktične ugotovitve, vezane na barvno slepoto v povezavi z likovno umetnostjo. Sodelovanje z barvno slepo osebo me je pripeljalo do spoznanja, kakšne so barve v njihovem vidu in koliko se razlikujejo od barv, kot jih zaznava oseba z zdravim vidom. Slike, ki to prikazujejo, vidimo v drugačni perspektivi, to je v pogledu barvno slepe osebe. Oko je naš najpomembnejši čutilo, s katerim zaznavamo in si predstavljamo svet, z njim se orientiramo in znajdemo v okolju. Za vidno zaznavo je najpomembnejša svetloba, ki nam daje prvi vtis o stvareh. Z žarki, ki se odbijajo od predmetov, zaznavamo barve, odseve in sence, vse to pa nam prikazujejo svet, kot ga poznamo. Likovne izdelke spoznavamo s čuti, ki so povezovalni sistem med izdelkom in našo zavestjo. Z vidom zaznamo barve ter njihove lastnosti. Pomembne so tri barvne dimenzije – svetlost, barvnost in čistost. S temi dimenzijami spoznamo barvo predmeta, njegovo podobnost z belino in nasičenost barve s sivino. Barvno slepa oseba vidi lastnosti barv drugače. Posledično se likovna dela obravnavajo na osnovi drugačnih barvnih dimenzij. Svoja dela sem prikazala v sivinah, kot jih vidi barvno slepa oseba, ter sivinah svetlostne vrednosti barv.
Keywords:barvna slepota, likovni čuti, likovne prvine, svetlo in temno, barvne dimenzije, kontrast.
Year of publishing:2012
Publisher:[M. Pliberšek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:73/76(043.2)
COBISS_ID:19586056 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:U5QKQBE7
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Language:English
Title:HOW DOES A COLOUR-DEFICIENT PERSON SEE
Abstract:The main focus of my diploma thesis is a special kind of vision deficiency called complete colour blindness. The thesis includes theoretical information and practical outcomes in terms of how colour blindness relates to visual arts. Being able to work with a person with colour vision deficiency made me realise how does she see colours and to what extent do these colours differ from those perceived by a parson with no colour-impaired vision. The pictures drawn to stress this difference are therefore perceived in different perspective, i.e. as seen through the eyes of a person with colour vision deficiency. The eye is our most important sense organ which makes it possible for us to perceive and imagine the world, to orientate in it and to be aware of our surroundings. Visual perception cannot function without light which is the main medium in terms of first impressions. Beams of light, reflecting off of objects, help us perceive colours, reflections and shadows; all forming the world as we know it. Visual arts can be experienced through various senses which form a system interconnecting the artwork and our consciousness. Our eyesight enables us to perceive colours as well as their characteristics. In this respect, three colour dimensions are important – brightness, colouring and purity. These dimensions help us recognise the colour of an object, its resemblance with whiteness and saturation of greyness. A person with colour vision deficiency sees these characteristics differently which means that the artwork has to be approached on a basis of different colour dimensions. I have therefore presented my artwork in grey-scale as it is perceived by a person with such deficiency, and in grey-scale of brightness value.
Keywords:colour blindness, artistic senses, artistic elements, bright and dark, colour dimensions, contrast.


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