Relationship of dot, line and plane
3. Constellations (Gestalt's Principles)
From the regular placement of motifs on a field of dots, we proceed to a kind of arrangement that dispenses with field-pattern altogether. Designs such as these would depend to a greater degree on intuition and spontaneous decisions.
Objects, shapes, figures and qualities are related to one another perceptually by certain principles, due to which we are able to create order out of optical chaos. These principles are: a) Proximity or nearness (similarity of location); b) Similar form pattern, as well as size, colour, and texture; c) Similarity of Principle of direction, orientation, continuance or speed; and d) Closure.
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