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Curator In Media Res : Why Women Don't Get Ahead in Advertising
A short textual analysis of the women in Mad Men
Renoir, la tradizione e l'altra faccia dell'impressionismo
Like many of his Impressionist peers, Renoir's work and career were subject to careful manipulation. When at the end of the nineteenth century, the French government sought to construct a narrative around the nation's ...
Architectural practice and academic research
This paper examines one possible relationship of academic research and professional practice. It notes that this issue arises from particular national conditions that are not necessarily shared in different countries. As ...
Double take : Rotoscoping and the Processing of Performance
In 1915 the Fleischer brothers, Max and Dave, developed a device known as the “rotoscope” which allowed the artist to trace over the original film footage frame by frame to make a more life-like rendition for animation. ...
joint photographic exhibition with Daniel Marques
Fluid Typography : Defining a New Form of Temporal Typography
Theorists including Michael Worthington (1998) and Jessica Helfand (1994) recognise in temporal media the capacity to add additional dimensions to typography. ‘Type in motion’ is indeed an established field of typographic ...
Editorial: the problem of interpretation in research in the visual and performing arts
In the context of academic research, depending on a community's worldview, interpretation will be a benefit or a problem. The definition of interpretation, its relevance and role in academic research and, as a result, the ...
Keys to the Schillinger System : Course B - the Theory of Rhythm
(Clock and Rose Press, 2008)
This is the first serious contribution to field of Schillinger studies since 1946 when the original books first appeared. Course B distills all the rhythmic techniques described by Schillinger into one coherent overview ...
Funding and Finance
Overview of funding and financing an alternative media project in the UK and Europe