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Ms Parker and the Vicious Circle : Female Narrative and Humour in Sex and the City
(I. B. Tauris, 2004)
The artefact as visible materialization: visual perception informing object analysis
This project stands on two theoretical pillars, one refers to theories and concepts relating to innovation and differentiation, and the other deals with visual perception. Marketing and psychology blend in order to look ...
Peripheralising Patriarchy Gender and Identity in Post Soviet Art. A View from the West
The exhibition catalogue, After the Wall (Stockholm-Berlin1999) asserted that body-based art has been a major means for representing the identity crises invoked in central and Eastern Europe by the geo-political changes ...
Visualisation and Wittgenstein's "Tractatus"
Wittgenstein developed what has become known as "the picture theory of meaning" in his Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. This has been widely interpreted as a comparison between the way in which an engineering drawing is ...
Quatremere de Quincy and the instrumentality of the museum
In this paper I want to explore some of the ways in which art lost the capacity to embody knowledge in late eighteenth century France with particular reference to the writings of the art critic, archaeologist and academician, ...
‘Intermedial Extensions: Brideshead Revisited and its Distribution History'
Little attention has been paid to the effects that different distribution windows in the pre-DVD era had on television programmes. This paper considers the architecture in Granada's Brideshead Revisited and how cinema ...