Part of  COMPARISON 53 B, parallel image 

Part of  COMPARISON 53 B, non parallel image

  COMPARISONS & RESULTS

Discovery, 1992  

Transition versus the man-made world

The idea to apply minimal changes (the complementarily of color, etc) to realistic images, started while residing in Paris during two stays in 1991 and 1992, for a total of 6 months. Some of the following examples were conceived in order to introduce parallel environments to the cinema world. The images of this presentation do not connect or link between themselves and are classified as incomplete. They demonstrate the importance of any complementary change, no matter how tiny. This organization is a new visual approach when it comes to color, and I have named it comparison. The listing A = done spontaneously and B = semi prepared. They are part of the original list of connecting images because of their individual numeration. The total size for 41-47 has = 122 (2.5 X 2.5 to 40 X 76 cm) = 39 (30 X 76 cm when framed), length of exposure 29.4 m, 1991-92. These examples are strictly for educational purposes, that is to compare a parallel with a non parallel environment, by applying minimal changes. Nobody is accused of anything simply because we are the result of our surrounding sensory information.

Examples of confusion that are stopping us from understanding the importance of the original plan designed to give us access to exploration. 

The following COMPARISONS 51 A, B et 55 B, C are in English, the others are in French and mainly self explanatory because of their image content.

PDF  9/2007  

Comparison 41 A, Parallel Color versus non parallel color, minimal explanations and images.

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2.11 mb

T Fr 1

PDF  9/2007

Comparison 42, 44 A, Parallel Color versus non parallel color, minimal explanations and images.

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2.12 mb

T Fr 1

PDF  4/2007

  

Comparison 47 extra 1, Parallel Color versus non parallel color, minimal explanations and images, (buildings, flower gardens...)

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2.22 mb

T Fr 1

 

PDF

 3/2011

Comparison 51 A (2 D), Parallel Color versus non parallel color applied to different SPORTS.

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2.72,2.55 mb

T En 1

PDF

4/2010 

Comparison 51 B (2 D), version A in a larger format (SPORTS) plus one extra.

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3.04, 2.82 mb

T En 2

PDF

4/2010 

 

Comparison 51 B (3 D), one excerpt and some from the geometric period. Parallel Color versus non parallel color  applied to different SPORTS.

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3.47, 3.20 mb

T En 2

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PDF  

5/2012

 

Part of Comparison 52 B, "The evolution of visual competition" (non parallel color) using historical examples, years 1000-1999.

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1.84 mb

T Fr 5

 

PDF  4/2007

 

Comparison 53 B, 2D examples of Parallel Color versus non parallel color using figurative & abstracts images.

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2.72, 2.58 mb

T Fr 2

PDF  3/2011

 

Comparison 53 B, excerpts & extras. 3D examples of  Parallel Color versus non parallel color.

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2.86, 2.83 mb

T Fr 2

55a

PDF  8/2008

 

Comparaison 55 A, natural elements, minimal explanations and images. Conceived to measure the brain activities.  

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4.10, 3.74 mb

T Fr 2

55b

PDF  12/2010

 

Comparison 55 B, natural elements, conceived to measure the brain activities, and shoudl be viewed at full screen with Acrobat 6.0 or higher.

15 (675-1200)

2.44 mb

T En 1

 

comm55c

PDF  5/2012

 

Comparison 55 C, natural elements compared to the present fabricated world of 2012. We are deeply and unconsciously conditioned to broken visual sensory information...

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3.45, 3.25 mb

T En 2

RESULTS

Pre requisite, the evolution of visual competition including part of comparison 52 B, and comparison 55 C.

PDF 12/2010

Results 1, some examples of the visual competition.

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1.82 mb

T Fr 2

 

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PDF

5/2012

Results 2, some examples of the visual competition.

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2.67 mb

T Fr 4

 

The discovery transition compared to the present man-made world.

COM-nat-fabri-850 

These PDFs files are conceived for a visual reading. It is suggested to read the accompanied following word file.rtf (T En 2). The two elliptical blue purple ellipses below each image, are the links to the files. The top one (600-650 height x 3000-6000 pixels in width) is for one computer screen and the bottom one, for multiple screens or a projector (3000-6480 x 30000 pixels). The size of these vary from 526 kb to 12.8 mb, virtually created, 2015-16.

COM-natureFabri-1-h60  COM-natureFabri-2-h60  COM-natureFabri-3-h60  COM-natureFabri-4-h60  COM-natureFabri-5a-h60  COM-natureFabri-5b-h60 

COM-natureFabri-1

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COM-7-nature-fabricated flatTexture (6480 x 30000 pixels, 11.4mb, 2018), visual explanations, for more information please view the RTF file.

TRANSITION 

Wishing you unified sensory information,

pommier 

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