The line model of form and emotion : perspectives on Western design

@inproceedings{Urquhart2018TheLM,
  title={The line model of form and emotion : perspectives on Western design},
  author={Lewis Urquhart and Andrew J. Wodehouse},
  year={2018}
}
This paper introduces a new model of form, emotion and semantics through a process of form abstraction utilising lines. Understanding the emotional and semantic value of form is a complex task and many theories have been developed. Analyzing the visual arts through line relationships and interactions is a conceptually novel approach and offers new avenues for advancing studies in form theory, theories of emotion and perception, and design generally. By examining literature in visual perception… CONTINUE READING
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