Theory of Abstraction


Part 1: Theory of Abstraction

Synaesthesia – a visual representation of another sensory experience

  • A visual interpretation of the different seasons. By using different shapes and colors to depict each season, such as a red triangle to represent summer, a yellow circle to represent spring, a light blue square to represent winter, and a brownish rectangle to represent autumn. The colors would be used to express the temperature and feel of each season, whereas the shapes and motion will help to represent the overall nature of these seasons and their phases.
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