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Visualising Evolution : Art, Visual Culture and Darwinisms in the Late19th and early 20th Centuries
This paper looks at aspects of the relationships between art, taxidermy, bio-politics and the shifting representations of Darwinian evolutionary theory within the history of the Darwin Museum, Moscow 1907-2010. The museum ...
CD recording of works by Raymond Warren. Philip Mead, piano with Seamus Heaney, narrator
(UH Recordings Ltd, 2010-09)
This is a premiere recording of 'A Lough Neagh Sequence' by Philip Mead, piano, with the poems of Seamus Heaney read by himself. It also includes a recording of the Piano Sonata No 2. Philip Mead worked closely with the ...
Space, politics and desire : configuring the landscape in post-Revolutionary France
The French Revolution radically reconfigured citizens' views of both real and imagined space. This article sets out to explore this process of reconfiguration and the relationship between politics and space from the period ...
Spectacles, Sport and Soviet ideology in the 1930s
After the October Revolution of 1917, the Bolsheviks embarked on an extensive, long-lasting, and very successful campaign to encourage the population of the Soviet Union to engage with sport and physical culture. The initial ...
Representing Darwin : Art, Taxidermy and Bio-politics at the Darwin Museum Moscow, 1907-2009
This paper looks at aspects of the relationships between art, taxidermy, bio-politics and the shifting representations of Darwinian evolutionary theory within the history of the Darwin Museum, Moscow from 1907 to 2009. The ...
The ritualisation of food, home and national identity among polish migrants in London
In this paper a process of negotiating identity among Polish migrants will be discussed in relation to their food habits: consumption, preparation and celebration. Through the ethnographic examination of food rituals the ...
Central Orbits and Corporeal Realities : Drawing and the Renaissance Workshop
From session: The Artist at Work in Early Modern Italy (c. 1450-1700): Methods, Materials, Models, Mimesis
Massimo Vignelli's design for the New York City subway map has become a classic piece of graphic design on a par with Harry Beck's London Underground map. Kerry William Purcell met up with Vignelli in New York to discuss ...