Areas within or around an object. Real space occurs in and around real forms like sculpture and architecture. Illusion of space is created on a two-dimensional surface.
Space in a web site's page where ads are displayed. e-planning ad server spaces can have fixed or variable dimensions.
the three dimensions that we can move around in
In painting, space may by defined as the distances between shapes on a flat surface and the illusion of three-dimensions on a two-dimensional surface. Also refers to a physical site where art is displayed for viewing.
Most minimally, any film displays a two-dimension graphic space, the flat composition of the image. In films which depict recognizable objects, figures, and locales, a three-dimensional space is represented as well. At any moment, three-dimensional space may be directly depicted, as onscreen space, or suggested, as offscreen space. In narrative film, we can also distinguish between story space, the locale of the totality of the action (whether shown or not), and plot space, the locales visibly and audibly rep resented in the scenes.
an extension in three dimensions which may be bounded or unbounded; in the visual arts, space may refer to actual space ("real"), as in architecture, or depicted (illusioned) space, as in painting (ATA fig.12-5; 7-19, right)