The chosen piece, Harry Clarke’s Geneva Stained Glass Window depicts scenes from fifteen modern Irish writers, in a style characteristic of the Art Nouveau era- commissioned 1926, completed 1930.
Part 1: Analysis of artifact
In this piece the frame interrupts the composition and becomes part of the story, with which characters interact.
Part 2: Creating a composition based on this concept of the 'interactive frame'.
(Original photograph and transformations)
Part 3: An imaginary landscape based on this digital composition was created via 3d modeling software and turned into a short film.
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