2D: In art, it defines two-dimensional works realized on the surface.
3D: Used for three-dimensional works in artLir.
4D: In art, it describes works in which, in addition to three dimensions, there is also the element of 'time' such as sound and/or moving image and kinetic energy.
Archival pigment printing: A type of printing prepared in the laboratory on the basis of pigment transfer suitable for archives.
Assembly: A composition created by bringing together voluminous objects on a surface chosen by the artist.
Oppression: A work of art that involves the transfer of one surface to another using many methods. The process consists of two steps: First, work on a surface.LThis is usually metal or wood; then transfer to the other surfaceLThis surface is usually paper. The most well-known edition Painting techniques are intaglio printing, lithography and screen printing. Most editions Painting techniques allow the production of multiple copies of the work.
Found object: An object that is redesigned for artistic purposes and whose original purpose and use is not art.
Drawing: Art technique performed with applications such as ballpoint or fountain pen, pastel, pencil and charcoal.
Diasec: Presentation of the prints prepared in the laboratory as a plexiglass sandwich by plastering them on dibond or forex and adding carcass. The carcass, which is the skeleton of the building, is mounted on the work from behind and hung on the wall.LIt functions as a frame.
Diorama: a certainLThese are scenes created by the artist using high-quality models.
Diptych: The artwork, consisting of two panels, is usually hung together.Lir.
Wallpaper: Large wall or ceiling wallLon the check Painting.
Edition: Each print of a work in a limited edition determined by the artist. The edition of the work you own or on the certificate of originality is written by numbering the total edition.Lir. For example, the third of 12 editions is numbered 3/12.Lir. The work cannot be printed more than the predetermined number.
Installation: It is an art form that is often site-specific. Mixed media is often used in installation production and often invites the viewer to interact with the work. With the birth of conceptual art in the 1960s, installation became the centerpiece of modern art.LIt has been accepted as one of the ICA elements.
Sketch: Quickly presenting the basic elements of a composition. Sketches are often considered as preliminary studies for another composition.
Interaction Design: Digital environment design to create interaction with people.
Kinetic Sculpture: Created with moving parts or elements that create a movement effect such as light, sound and video. Sculpture.
Watermark: Watermark applied to paper is visible only in conductive light.Lurea; Its most common use is to apply the paper manufacturer's brand to the paper. At the same time, in video works, the work can be used online to protect copyrights by preventing unauthorized use and distribution.Lir.
Fine Art print: Giclée Print, Photography Archival print type prepared in the laboratory with inkjet printers for works of art and similar works of art.
Photomontage: Photography and collage consisting of elements reproduced from photography.
GIF: Image or video in bitmap image format.
Engraving: Lacquer applied on a metal plate and acid etching of this lacquer into a plate after scrapingLA type of printing in which IP is used as a plate.
Hahnemühle: year 1584LThe brand, which has been professional in paper production since 1990, is especially popular with its textured and non-woven options and different weights. Photography and preferred for art prints.
Ready object: The term describes pre-fabricated, often multi-manufactured objects. These objects are not produced to be works of art, they are brought to the status of works of art by the artist. The term was coined by French artist Marcel Duchamp.
Collage: In art, collage describes the technique in which different pieces of material (most commonly paper) are rearranged and brought together on a supporting surface to create an image.
Plywood: Plywood, a material also used in art, consists of very thin layers of wood veneer. Layers heatedLthread, pasteLThe rope is pressed to form plywood.
Mixed media: An art technique that involves the use of two or more techniques together in a composition.
Chromogenic printing: Also known as C-print or C-type print. chromogenic Photography on paper; It has three emulsion layers that are sensitive to three primary colors: red, yellow and blue. After the image is transferred from the film negative or slide to the chromogenic paper, each layer interacts with chemicals to create the color image.Lir.
Curator: A person who organizes a collection into an exhibition to achieve a particular effect.
Linoleum printing: A type of printing in which a plate is applied by engraving on linoleum material.
Site specific: Describes a work of art designed for a specific place.
Mono printing: The technique of applying a pattern with paint on a smooth surface and then printing it on paper.
Monochrome: A work of art containing a single color scale.
Panel: A flat surface, usually made of wood.
Pastel: A colorful drawing tool in stick form. It is obtained by mixing finely ground pigment with glue. Pastel sticks are often applied on textured paper. The most commonly used pastel types are dry and oil.LIt is pastel.
Pigment: A substance that becomes colored when mixed with liquids such as oil or water.
Number plate: In printmaking, it describes the application of a design to a flat surface in forms such as plate, engraving or plate.
Plastic: Natural or synthetic material in various forms and appearances. It can be shaped relatively easily and melted into different objects.
Exposure: In photography, exposure describes the amount of light per unit applied to the image.
Painting: A work of art made with paint on surfaces such as canvas, paper, wood and walls.
Roll: The prints prepared in the laboratory are professionally yellowed without any coating or framing process.LThe ip is placed in a sterile tube. Since the works received in this way are very sensitive, they must be opened by a professional person.LThe rope must be placed in the frame.
Schoeller: Usually pattern and Painting Paper brand with a high grammage range, preferred for
Ceramics: The name given to objects made of clay and hardened by heating, such as bowls and vases.
Screen printing: A plate-based printing Painting technique. First, a piece of fabric (silk or synthetic) is stretched over the frame. The image is then transferred to fabric and then to paper.
Watercolor: The term watercolor describes both the paint dissolved in water and the works of art made with this painting technique. Its most common use is on paper.
Technical: Materials or pattern used to create a work of art, Sculpture, Painting artistic classification based on the materials used, such as
Appropriation: In art, appropriation is currently used to mean deliberately copying and modifying an image or object.Lir.
Triptych: The work of art, consisting of three panels, is usually hung together.Lir.
Canvas: Canvas, Painting It is used as a surface stretched on the frame to makeLir. Cotton rope, hemp fiber and linen are the most commonly used materials in making canvas.
OilLiboya: A form of paint in which pigment particles are exposed by oil. It dries in a long time when in contact with air.
Video: A moving image recorded on magnetic tape, digital format, or other techniques.