Nagy – TS- Simultaneous

Simultaneous seeing by means of transparent superimposition: the future process of automatic photomontage.       

 

simultaneous contrast identified by Michel Eugène Chevreul refers to the manner in which the colors of two different objects affect each other. The effect is more noticeable when shared between objects of complementary color.[1

 

Simultaneity is the property of two events happening at the same time in at least one frame of reference. The word derives from the Latin simul, at the same time (see sem-1 in Indo-European Roots) plus the suffix -taneous, abstracted from spontaneous[1] (which in turn comes directly from Latin[2]).

The noun simult means a supernatural coincidence, two or more divinely inspired events that occur at or near the same period of time that are related to each other in both noticeable and unnoticeable characteristics.

 

ideas –

Same thing from different angles or in different contexts at same time.

Taxidermy exhibits in their cases in natural contexts… fields, trees, field etc..

Girl character etc in taxidermy case.

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~ by mrtbrown on March 4, 2012.

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