Human Generated Data

Title

Lessons in Posing Subjects: Simulated Animal Skin Garments

Date

1982

People

Artist: Robert Heinecken, American 1931 - 2006

Classification

Photographs

Credit Line

Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, National Endowment for the Arts Grant, P1982.347

Copyright

© The Robert Heinecken Trust and Pace MacGill Gallery

Human Generated Data

Title

Lessons in Posing Subjects: Simulated Animal Skin Garments

People

Artist: Robert Heinecken, American 1931 - 2006

Date

1982

Classification

Photographs

Machine Generated Data

Tags

Amazon
created on 2022-02-26

Human 99
Person 99
Person 96.5
Person 94.9
Person 94.7
Person 91.7
Person 90
Skin 87.2
Apparel 82.4
Clothing 82.4
Advertisement 79
Poster 79
Collage 79
Person 78.7
Person 74.3
Person 68.3
Person 60.3
Accessory 59.9
Accessories 59.9

Imagga
created on 2022-02-26

web site 52.6
card 33.7
design 28.2
insulating material 24.1
paper 23.4
business 23.1
banner 23
floral 20.4
template 20.2
art 19.7
retro 18.8
money 18.7
building material 18.2
product 17.4
graphic 16.8
collection 16.2
pattern 15.7
vintage 15.7
element 15.7
frame 15.5
modern 15.4
currency 15.2
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dollar 14.8
menu 14.6
sign 14.3
creation 14.2
symbol 14.1
style 14.1
decoration 13.8
new 13.8
cash 13.7
dollars 13.5
holiday 12.9
year 12.8
set 12.7
finance 12.7
exchange 12.4
creative 12.4
web 11.9
leaf 11.7
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greeting 11.1
icon 11.1
flower 10.8
drawing 10.7
financial 10.7
celebration 10.4
letter 10.1
bookmark 9.9
wealth 9.9
bank 9.8
banners 9.8
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label 9.4
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elements 9.3
tree 9.2
wallpaper 9.2
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cartoon 8.9
stamp 8.9
newspaper 8.8
editable 8.8
bills 8.7
mail 8.6
gift 8.6
colorful 8.6
website 8.5
communication 8.4
page 8.4
clip art 8.3
swirl 8.3
envelope 8.3
shape 8.1
book 8.1
magazine 8
button 7.9
layout 7.8
calendar 7.8
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Google
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Adaptation 79.3
Art 78.2
Fashion design 77.3
Pattern 76.8
Wrist 73.2
Human leg 70.9
Fashion accessory 67.1
Visual arts 67
Event 66.4
Jewellery 65.3
Waist 62.9
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Thigh 60.5
Drawing 57.4
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Peach 53.6
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Microsoft
created on 2022-02-26

scene 81.4
gallery 79.6
design 78.5
fashion 68.9
room 63.6
mosaic 57.2

Feature analysis

Amazon

Person 99%

Captions

Microsoft

a room with art on the wall 59.9%
a number of animals in a room 55.6%
a screenshot of a cell phone in a room 52%

Text analysis

Amazon

The
Posing
against
leopard
and
skin
subjects
in
the
sympathy
for
ordinary
lingerie,
Zebra
wearing
fail
spot
with
print
attempts
from
skins
easily
first
it
effectively
designed
wild
confused
row
adapted to garments ranging from lingerie,
too easily confused with
revealed
pelts
The leopard spot pattern predominates as is
social
because
to
actual
pattern
ranging
tiger
problems
bottom
adapted
they
can
animal
area. The simulated tiger skin
print in the first two fail because they trans-
is
Zebra skin but is
achieves
top
The bottom row illustrates problems in the
predator.
simulated
The 3rd example attempts to personify the
3rd
garments
recent
proclaims
African
revealed in the top row and can be effectively
demonstrates
but
example
social taboo against wearing actual animal
as
be
too
trans-
At
sense
sense of a wild and untamed predator. At the
predominates
Posing subjects in garments designed to rep-
two
present African
illustrates
personify
taboo
present
area.
of a
First, it proclaims a sympathy for the recent
a
untamed
rep-
pelts Secondly, it demonstrates understand-
understand-
First,
socio/politcal
Secondly,

Google

Zebra skin but is foompis The bottom row illustrates problems socio/politcal area. The simulated tiger skin print in the first two fail because they trans- gress the zoologic fact that on the actual animal the stripes run transversely, not horizontally. The 3rd example Posing subjects in garments designed to rep- present African animal skins achieves the sense of a wild and untamed predator. At the same time, the choice of these garments can conote a committed social and'or political conscience. First, it proclaims a sympathy for the recent social taboo against wearing actual animal pelts. Secondly, it demonstrates understand- ing and support for the customs and interests of emerging 3rd World Nations. However, Terms such as "Jungle Beats", "a Tarzan Tan" and "Safari Chic" should not come to mind. The leopard spot pattern predominates as is revealed in the top row and can be effectively adapted to garments ranging from lingerie, sports wear, business clothes to sophisti- cated evening wear. to personify the ly confused with ordinary Anglo stripes. Number 4 typifies political misguidance as it relates to the 3rd World. i.e. A Tiger pattern is embarrasingly misidentified as having the colors of a Zebra. Finally, the snake skin garment is deficient because that reptile is not easily identified in the with any 3rd World Nation. 9/10 tenaekan 192 Lesson in Posing Subjects/Simulated Animal Skin Garments
is
simulated
fact
that
on
actual
3rd
example
skins
achieves
a
the
time,
social
political
proclaims
against
it
ing
and
such
Tarzan
in
be
effectively
lingerie,
wear,
to
evening
personify
Anglo
Number
as
A
snake
garment
not
Skin
but
foompis
row
The
tiger
two
fail
they
horizontally.
subjects
designed
sense
of
wild
untamed
At
same
choice
garments
conote
committed
conscience.
recent
support
World
Beats",
spot
revealed
sophisti-
cated
misguidance
relates
misidentified
tenaekan
192
Subjects/Simulated
Animal
Zebra
illustrates
skin
trans-
zoologic
run
Posing
rep-
these
can
taboo
animal
Secondly,
customs
interests
Terms
"a
Tan"
top
ranging
sports
business
clothes
typifies
embarrasingly
colors
easily
9/10
problems
first
because
stripes
present
and'or
First,
sympathy
pelts.
emerging
"Safari
Chic"
leopard
pattern
predominates
with
stripes.
World.
i.e.
having
Zebra.
Finally,
deficient
reptile
identified
any
Garments
bottom
socio/politcal
area.
print
gress
transversely,
African
predator.
for
wearing
demonstrates
understand-
Nations.
However,
"Jungle
should
come
mind.
adapted
from
wear.
ly
confused
ordinary
4
Tiger
Nation.
Lesson