Özne Arayüz İlişkisi Dahilinde İmgenin Yeni Durumu
Kilinc, Hazel Büşra
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The interactional state that happens alongside with every environmental factor after the subject has been thrown to the world is inevitably a situation which influences image. As it is stated in the introduction, this interactional state is essentially a reason of existence for the image. During the examination conducted in this report, the areas such as how the eye sees things and the ways of seeing/viewing, which become diversified in time, affect the sight are traced; how the technical images are formed, how they have changed over time and their position today are analysed. Although interface is perceived as a means of producing a technical image production, this report discusses all of its effects in the place of subject. The seeing/viewing methods that are mentioned in the first section of this report are conferred as steps in interface-image relation. This criterion, alongside with interface being interpreted as layered, invisible curtains brings a variety of questions about the new aspects of the image. Report further elaborates with applications in the separation of time as subject/machine and sight as a time constraint. One major difference in these appears to be memory. This case is discussed with image’s position today.