lectured by Mr.Mustaffa Muzer
-Juxtaposition can be defined as placing two variable, side by side and their contrast or similarity are shown through comparison. Many creative processes rely on juxtaposition. By juxtaposing two objects or words next to each other, human brain will automatically associate or transfer meaning. Usually ‘turning’ something familiar to something less familiar or vice-versa.
-There are two types of juxtaposition, literary and random juxtaposition.
(a) Juxtaposition (literary)
It is refer to synonymous with the contrast, two objects or text that against with each other.
(b) Random Juxtaposition
It is refer to solve problems, design or other creative ideas to stimulate the pursuit of the two facing unrelated concepts or objects.
Below are some images that taken from google image.
The image of juxtaposition to show the differences in between man and woman.
This is another image which using the juxtaposition technique. In the picture, the guy in left hand side is the tallest guy in the world, the right hand side is the shortest guy. It make a strong comparison.
The example of juxtaposition that mentioned in the class by lecturer is the TV series, LOST.
It shows the comparison in between
-Love / Hate
-East / West
-Chaos / Calm
-Life / Death
In the exercise, we were given two groups of word with a number
FLOWER 1 0 HEAD
LIGHTNING 2 9 RAIN
ICE 3 8 WOOD
LIGHT 4 7 TREE
FIRE 5 6 SIDER
DUCK 6 5 ROOT
DOG 7 4 MOUNTAIN
OIL 8 3 WIND
LEAVE 9 2 ROCK
FLY 0 1 WATER
◦ Suggest 3 lucky numbers which from 00-99
◦ Match 3 pairs of number between 00-99 with words
◦ Create a sentence for each pair of words
◦ Create images to describe or to support the combination of words
Therefore, there are my result for this exercise.
38, 74, 92
38 - Ice Wood
74 - Dog Mountain
92 - Leave Rock
38 - a ice cube in the shape of wood
74 - mountain that full of dogs
92 - a rock that surrounded by leave
The quote that i want to share for this week is...
“There is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and it will be lost.” — Martha Graham