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Juxtaposition involves making the ordinary appear extraordinary and represents one of the essential techniques in the Surrealism art movement. Juxtaposition occurs when two things are placed side by side for comparison and draw a spark from their proximity.

In Surrealist art, juxtaposition goes beyond simple visual comparison; it is used to challenge conventions and explore unusual connections between objects, concepts, or images that would not normally be associated. By placing seemingly dissimilar elements in proximity, Surrealist artists seek to break with conventional logic and allow the viewer to experience a sense of strangeness and wonder.

Juxtaposition in Surrealism is often leveraged to create striking and dreamlike visual compositions. This method aims to stimulate the imagination and evoke intense emotions by revealing new perspectives on reality. The combination of apparently contradictory elements in a single work of art challenges the viewer’s expectations and encourages reflection on the subjective nature of reality.


Credits:

Directed By : Eresha Sale

Concept & Idea : Eresha Sale

Music By : Glen Gabriel Jansson

Production : V Line Works Ltd

Edited By : Eresha Sale

Sound Effects : Eresha Sale

Animator: Eresha Sale

From the creator:

Juxtaposition entails making the ordinary look extraordinary and
represents one of the essential techniques in the Surrealism art movement.
Juxtaposition occurs when two things are placed side by side for comparison,
often to highlight the contrast between the elements.


Light or luminosity is created by the way elements are juxtaposed. They become reflective and a radiance comes from putting different things together.
- Merce Cunningham



Directed By : Eresha Sale
Concept & Idea : Eresha Sale
Music By : Glen Gabriel Jansson
Production : V Line Works Ltd
Edited By : Eresha Sale
Sound Effects : Eresha Sale
Animator: Eresha Sale


More Info : www.eresha.co.uk/surrealworld