The aim of the research is the study of the chromatic scenes, understood as a systemic ensemble of complexity that needs to be unravelled, even if in parts. The subtle algorithmic weave and matrix of threads, that hold together the addends of a place and the possible combinations deriving from them, represent the parametric quantification of the traceable multiple cognitive processes. An awareness that not all these systems are entirely practicable leads to the outcome that every weave is, certainly, the bearer of truth, albeit partial, which in turn needs further connections. Considering that colour is a fundamental factor in man’s perceptive system, it is hoped to investigate the dialectic relationship between nature and individual who, in the moment of becoming aware of a precise natural truth, perceives, even its complexity, the simplicity of that chromatic sign that nature renders manifest. All these chromatic phenomena, capable of arousing feelings and emotions, so far as to instil in the human mind a degree of serenity and inner relaxation, also establish phonetic relationships, to such an extent as enabling a spontaneous virtual connection between colour and sound. The effusive phenomenon of volcanic activity is an example, which is identified by a series of phonetic coarseness and rumbles and, at the same time, is coloured with the shades of vermilion tongues of fluid lava that flow through gorges and over fractalities of the volcanic slopes. The representation of the place becomes enriched by the colour component, by the roughness of the lines delineating the topos and, at the same time, by the sounds enclosed implicitly in that graphic sign. And still again, some images from above the planet Earth highlight the great resources of the Design, that succeed in representing with the graphic sign colour tones and sounds of the alterations generated by nature or by delirious interventions by man, managing to also represent the mark of distress produced by that devastating situation.

Fonie e cromie nella rappresentazione zenitale del territorio e della sua antropizzazione

LIUZZO, MARIANGELA
2011

Abstract

The aim of the research is the study of the chromatic scenes, understood as a systemic ensemble of complexity that needs to be unravelled, even if in parts. The subtle algorithmic weave and matrix of threads, that hold together the addends of a place and the possible combinations deriving from them, represent the parametric quantification of the traceable multiple cognitive processes. An awareness that not all these systems are entirely practicable leads to the outcome that every weave is, certainly, the bearer of truth, albeit partial, which in turn needs further connections. Considering that colour is a fundamental factor in man’s perceptive system, it is hoped to investigate the dialectic relationship between nature and individual who, in the moment of becoming aware of a precise natural truth, perceives, even its complexity, the simplicity of that chromatic sign that nature renders manifest. All these chromatic phenomena, capable of arousing feelings and emotions, so far as to instil in the human mind a degree of serenity and inner relaxation, also establish phonetic relationships, to such an extent as enabling a spontaneous virtual connection between colour and sound. The effusive phenomenon of volcanic activity is an example, which is identified by a series of phonetic coarseness and rumbles and, at the same time, is coloured with the shades of vermilion tongues of fluid lava that flow through gorges and over fractalities of the volcanic slopes. The representation of the place becomes enriched by the colour component, by the roughness of the lines delineating the topos and, at the same time, by the sounds enclosed implicitly in that graphic sign. And still again, some images from above the planet Earth highlight the great resources of the Design, that succeed in representing with the graphic sign colour tones and sounds of the alterations generated by nature or by delirious interventions by man, managing to also represent the mark of distress produced by that devastating situation.
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