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Aynadaki Park

Posted in Kategorilenmemiş by enip on 09 Haz 2009

Studio Weave ve Mesh Partnership‘in Londra’daki Blackburn town için kamusal alan düzenlemesi temalı yarışmayı kazandıkları proje, anlatım tekniği açısından bir hikaye tınısı taşıyor. Görselleştirmenin bir ilüstratör tarafından yapıldığı In the Mirror adlı projenin tanımı şöyle başlıyor.

There was once a boy who found a pocket mirror on the floor of a shopping centre. It was small, quite plain, brownish-grey and oval. It opened and closed with a tiny gold clasp and tiny gold hinge. He opened it and peered inside.

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The first time he looked into the mirror, the boy saw…
his own round brown eyes, his fluffy eyebrows, and his scruffy hair. As the mirror was so small, he couldn’t see much else, so he held it a bit further away. Now he could see the shopping centre behind him: bright glistening shops, people with bags walking back and forth on the shiny floor tiles, not quite slippy enough for a good slide. He snapped the mirror shut and examined the outside, wondering who it might belong to: probably some lady who used it to check her make-up, he thought. He looked around him, but nobody seemed to be looking for anything, so he opened it again, hoping for a clue that might lead to its safe return and possibly a reward for him?

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The second time he looked into the mirror, the boy saw…
a very similar view to the first time. He held it over his shoulder so only a few wisps of his hair were in the image; mostly it was shopping centre, except, in the distance it looked as if there were trees growing between the shops. He checked behind him and everything seemed normal, but in the mirror, there was definitely grass and trees, and he even thought he could hear birds singing.
He walked slowly backwards and the trees became larger and larger until the whole mirror was filled with a green landscape with round plump hills, leafy trees, and soft dewy grass. He turned around to get a better look, but all he was faced with was the normal shopping centre. Confused, and a little excited, he turned back to the mirror.

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The third time he looked into the mirror, the boy saw…
the landscape again, but this time, he noticed it wasn’t any ordinary landscape. Apart from it being an invisible landscape in a shopping centre, which was extraordinary enough, it looked very odd in other ways too. It was as if the trees had arranged their roots nicely into patterns. His sister had a dress with a very big skirt and whenever she wore it, to birthday parties or something, she would sit on the floor and spread the skirt out around her, smoothing it down and pretending to be a water lily. These trees reminded him of this.
He moved closer to get a better look. The patterns were very loopy and familiar. In fact, they were exactly like the doodles he sometimes drew in the margins of his exercise books: loops growing from loops growing from loops. In the back of his maths book, he had a looping doodle that filled the whole page, just like this. Had the trees been looking in his maths book? He went and sat down, (Where? On what?) then quickly got up again in surprise. Suddenly, he realised that he was in the landscape in real life! Had he gone through the mirror like Alice? It was still in his hand. Slowly, he brought it up to see.

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diye gidiyor hikaye… Ve toplam 9 aynaya bakıştan yani perspektiften oluşuyor görsel olarak.

Aynadaki imgeyi yakalamaya çalışarak masalsı görüntünün ardından parka giren, içine girdikçe de gerçekle takip ettiği imge arasındaki sınırların eridiğini görüp endişeye kapılıyor “once a boy”. Bunu ilk başlarda bir oyun gibi izlerken parkın içine girdikçe oyun gerçeğe dönüşüyor, aynanın içine girdiğini düşünüyor. Sonra koşup uzaklaşıyor biraz da ürküp, tekrar bakıyor. Neyseki oyuna tekrar geri dönmüş oluyor, bakıyorki sınırlar yine netleşmiş.

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Sonlara doğru kendine gelmeye çalışıyor, “şu kafeye gideyim oturayım” diyor ve gözlemlerini düşünüyor kurabiye yerken.

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via BustlerStudio Weave

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