...All art occupies ____. It allows an object to exist. In two-dimensional art, it refers to the height and width of the picture plane. The illusion of three-dimensional ___ on a flat surface is achieved through a variety of devices, including overlapping, shading, atmospheric perspective, linear perspective, multipoint perspective, and amplified perspective. Types of linear perspective are one-point, two-point, three-point, isometric, and oblique perspective. In three-dimensional art, ____ consists of the physical mass the artwork has as well as the voided area (or negative space) in and around the work.