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Diagrams and Art

According to a simple definition, diagram refers to a two dimensional figure which assists an individual in the visual representation of a situation or process. The diagrams can be three dimensional as well, depending upon the complexity of the task. The visual representation achieved through a diagram is symbolic in nature. It is also referred to as a graphical representation of a process or situation.

Diagrams can be of various types and they are typically used in common daily tasks at schools and workplaces. Diagrams make it possible for the individual to explain a task or a process concisely, clearly and effectively. Such diagrams or flow charts are easy to make and can also be easily deciphered.

Diagrams are often called visual information devices as they are able to summarize a visual process clearly and briefly in the form of a flow chart or a graph. Diagrams can be used to show qualitative as well as quantitative data effectively as there are plenty of options available for the manner in which the data can be displayed. The diagrams are designed to convey the essential meaning and do not waste space by incorporating unnecessary details. Diagrams are essentially simple in nature but they can take a more complex form according to the complexity of the process that they are associated with.

Diagrams are used at various places including educational institutions and work places in order to visually display technical processes. However, the function of diagrams is not limited to technical use alone. They are used for numerous other purposes in a variety of different fields. Diagrams form an integral part of art and design. They are not only used in technical design and architectural projects but they are also used in various art related projects. Abstract geometric art consists of diagrams and abstract figures that convey an abstract message to the viewer.

The world of art in the modern day overlaps with the world of technology and the result of such an overlap results in a number of innovations in the field of art. Art has not only been influenced by the innovations in science and technology but also by the fields of mathematics. As a result, the modern art consist of a number of experiments with shapes and geometrical figures. It makes an extensive use of two dimensional figures and diagrams that are commonly used in expressing the abstract concepts of art. Moreover, architecture and its related design fields require an extensive use of diagrams.

Diagrams are used in our daily lives frequently, whether we are trying to decipher a simple map or figuring out a complex set of instructions that are displayed visually at the work place. More often than not, we do not even realize how frequently we use diagrams in our routine tasks. It is necessary to have a basic understanding of the figures and to know how they can be used effectively. It can not only make tasks simpler and easier but also help in saving time and energy spent in worrying over unnecessary details.

November 16, 2016 by Vladimir Baranek
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