The evaluation of imaginative discovery coming into existence during the production process of music and arhitecture on the basis of Pink Floyd
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Music is liquid architecture; Architecture is frozen music. " (Goethe) In art and science, the process of production exists in two different ways. The first one is an action that can be measured, experimented and supported by technical and practical processes and gives precise results. The second one is also an action which is based on experiences and sourced from relations, meaning and context. The second one cannot be measured technically but it can be fictionalized intuitively. 1 However, in disciplines involving design such as architecture, it can be seen that these two production processes take primacy and even nurture each other. The meaning turns into concrete reality and becomes a form through images, metaphors and analogies. The aim of this study resolving the relationship between design processes in music and architecture through metaphors, analogies and images. The methodological steps are as follows: firstly, the discovery of the pure physical phenomenon; then, the psychological effect and psychological reaction inside us; finally, their imaginative, metaphorical or analogical discovery and visual reproduction. At this point, the performative reality is music. Conceptual reality is metaphors, images and analogies. On the other hand, abstract reality is concrete of plan, appearance and perspective. The metaphors, images and analogies obtained from music are reproduced visually based on the contemporary architecture samples. " The Wall " album of Pink Floyd constitutes the musical part of the study. The basic metaphors of the " The Wall " was considered as the key study, and the songs " Hey You " and " Is There Anybody Out There " which were in the part III were chosen. These songs were experienced with the sound effects, notes, speed and pauses. The visual equivalents of obtained metaphors, images and analogies were reproduced with plan, section and perspective samples. Within this context, the variety of sounds (scream, wind, etc.) used by Pink Floyd and their approach towards the images, metaphors and analogies in a similar way that the discipline of architecture does, starting their works from stories and the fact that they could be objectivized strengthens the music's capacity to form a location.
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