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Quiz 6: Create Imagine and Play
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Children develop a graphic vocabulary based on the symbols they see others make.
Visual symbols from TV, Internet, films, drawings, paintings require reading just as much as word symbols.
Children begin to understand visual symbols
very early, just after birth
The child has basic skills for presenting their own ideas and experiments of reality/experiences in symbolic form around ages
Visual symbolism starts after a child learns to communicate with words and numbers.
"...the creation of new thoughts or ideas are not determined 'by encounters with the environment, but are constructed within the individual himself... the essential thing is that in order for a child to understand something, he must construct it himself, he must reinvent it.'"
Which theorist said this?
During childhood play and drawing, a child experiments with self-images and images of otherness. Psychologists call this the
When a child experiments with self-images and self-possibilities but substitutes another image (i.e., an animal or object) for themselves this is called a
When a child experiments with self-images and self-possibilities but substitutes another image (i.e., an animal or object) for themselves, they use this process
to safely experiment with sometimes adverse feelings and ways of being so the possibilities can be considered.
When observing and analyzing the realities portrayed in children's drawings, more than one reality can often be seen
Prophetic reality themes are only a part of children's artwork, adult artists "outgrow" this theme.
The reality that refers to the familiar and everyday perceptions and experiences of objects (a drawing of a vase of flowers or other things in the environment) and events that humans share.
The reality of the self, explores questions like Who am I? What am I? What will I be?
The basis of this reality is the exploration of roles and good and evil in the eyes of the child. You may see a conflict or resolution between a "right" side and a "wrong" side. This based on a reality of standards concerning the implicit and explicit rules by which an individual or a society behaves.
The reality that portrays images of future selves & actions, inventions and created worlds.
Synesthesia is about connections between
two or more of the senses
The study that investigated synesthesia is called
the Bouba Kiki Effect
The three primary colors are
red, blue, yellow
According to the powerpoint in your studio, which artists are synesthetes?
What percentage of the population experiences synesthesia? (Explained in the video you watched about synesthesia.)
One in ninety synesthetes experience _________, which are the written elements of language completely saturated in color (sometimes with gender and personality). (Explained in the video you watched about synesthesia.)
Why might a synesthete be advantaged? (Explained in the video you watched about synesthesia.)
All the extra hooks endow synesthetes with superior memories
Synesthesia is more common in artists who excel in making metaphors.
In analyzing a child's work of art, we can accurately interpret an child's meaning by just looking at the drawing and images produced.
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