A transformational system means a design which allows 1) anamorphosis
to occur and 2) individuals to actualize their fullest potentials in order to actualize the missions of their organizations.
The standard example of anamorphosis
in painting, Hans Holbein's 1533 "The Ambassadors," depicts two richly dressed gentlemen surrounded by a variety of objects that indicate their wealth, intellect and prestige.
1) For other works concerning the relationship between literature and anamorphosis
, see Greenblatt, Hallyn, and Gilman.
In fact, the overwhelming impact of this show at once plunged the viewer into an almost Baroque exercise in perspectival anamorphosis
He used a technique called anamorphosis
which uses perspective to create 3-D images on two dimensional planes.
Picturing Space, Displacing Bodies: Anamorphosis
in Early Modern Theories of Perspective
The phenomenon of visual masking is revealed as anamorphosis
in subject's perception of two instantaneous visual stimuli, presented within a short time interval.
His works are created using a projection called anamorphosis
which creates the illusion of three dimensions when viewed through a camera lens.
and visual disjunction, in Titian's paintings and Cervantes's text, forcefully capture and problematize these concerns.
Zanela is a practitioner of the art of anamorphosis
, one of the more rigorous forms of geometric perspective.
I'm a pushover for much of Dali, especially things like Gala and the Angelus of Millet Immediately Preceding the Arrival of the Conic Anamorphosis
and Average Atmospherocephalic Bureaucrat in the Act of Milking a Cranial Harp.
The reality seen by a melancholic eye seems to be subordinated to an anamorphosis
, an optical distortion which adds an impulse of negation to the existing form--so little is in such a reality substantial, stable, so prevailingly it succumbs to deformation.