Diorama

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Diorama

A three-dimensional model, especially of a real or historical event. For example, a miniature or full scale model of Appomattox Courthouse on the day that General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant may be called a diorama.
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James Noone has given the production a neatly apt set, all wallpapered and wood-trimmed with a false perspective that makes it seem deeper than it is while bringing the playing area as far forward as possible, thereby helping to project the dialogue, which, of course, is the crux of Orton.
And, some gay activists contend, it's a mostly false perspective on gay and lesbian life that is fast becoming the most potent weapon in the religious right's antigay arsenal.
Sarkis Hamalbashian's colorful oil-on-canvas "Silk Way 1" (130x200 cm) is a landscape rendered in patchwork -- that is, without benefit of false perspective.
And Burns, Celtic's youth development boss, believes the speed young players have been fast-tracked into the national side has given them a false perspective on club football.