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11 May 2016

Research paper: Expressive black and white Vectorgraphic in Contemporary Art

© Stefan Skiba

'Expressive Schwarz-Weiß-Vektorgrafik in der zeitgenössischen Kunst' / Kunst- und Gestaltungstheoretischer Forschungsbericht ('Expressive black and white Vectorgraphic in Contemporary Art' / Research paper)
Stefan Skiba


Actual results of research on black and white expressive vectorgraphic. 56 Pages / 14 Pictures Language: German ISBN 978-3-00-052994-8

Stefan Skiba

Stefan Skiba
Hohenlohestrasse 16
28209 Bremen

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The contemporary artist Stefan Skiba announces actual results and questions of his research on black and white expressive vectorgraphic in relation to contemporary artistic theory.

- How does Stefan Skiba´s 'model to design expression' after Ludwig Klages and Rudolf von Laban work?
- What relevant factors influence the change between semantic and syntax to develope an expressive vectorgraphic?
- Which learning process triggers the notice of observers of expressive Art?
- What are the consequences of the 'act on the activation of imagination'?

This research paper discloses artistic knowledge for teachers and students of Art Schools and Colleges, Art historians, Art market participants, Art Gallery owners, Art collectors, Art curators and for Performing and Fine Art artists.

Author: Stefan Skiba
Language: German
Edition Size: 6,69 x 9,45 inches / 17 x 24 cm
Date of creation: 2016
Print Type: Paperback, 56 pages, 14 pictures
Prize: 34,80 Euro
ISBN: 978-3-00-052994-8
About the author:

Living space images
Stefan Skiba goes steps beyond traditional graphics by opening up new types of image creation using electronic techniques. To achieve this he engages in a creative dialogue with vector-aided computer programmes. Pre-determined lines and forms prescribed by the artist and generated by means of software specially created for this purpose. With these various instruments Stefan Skiba generates a wide range of virtual artistic creations, which through interplay of sub conscious intuition and conscious re fle ction act as the basis for artistic processes. Image elements of lines/surfaces, light/dark shades and colour are generated as modules with the aim of providing the basis for the artistic development process. This image generation leads to a visually recognisable unique result that cannot be attained with traditional, analogue elements of composition. With regard to two dimensional images, Skiba's approach can be seen as the ultimate overshadowing of traditional techniques of line, surface and form generation, as well as colour definition of image elements, using only the skills of the artist's hand. These vector graphics produce images that focus on linear drawings, colouring, distorted reality and the superimposition of diverse perspectives. All of these elements are integrated in a poly-perspective manner in one single work.

Dr. Frank Duwe, Bielefeld, Germany