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'Grounds for A Plot/Plotted Grounds: English Landscapes In Two Visual Narratives'
This paper compares how Brideshead Revisted and The Draughtsman's Contract utilise country-estate locations to subversive effect.
Conflicting Theologies : Artistic Authenticity and the Case of Aleksandr Brener
(Institute of Art of the Polish Academy (IS PAN), 2003)
The rôle of ‘the work’ in research
The paper opens with the definition of research made by AHRB UK that art and design research must 'advance knowledge, understanding and insight'. The paper goes on to consider the rôle of designed artefacts, art objects ...
A Guide to Computer Animation : for tv, games, multimedia and web
(Focal Press, 2002-04-17)
Any questions you have about 2D or 3D animation in this new digital age are answered in this comprehensive guide for all budding digital animators, games artists and media production students. It is lavishly illustrated ...
The rhetoric of research
(Staffordshire University Press, 2002)
In 1993 Christopher Frayling, the Rector of the Royal College of Art in London, published an article about the nature of research in art and design. The present paper revisits his threefold distinction of "research- in ...
Modalys-ER for OpenMusic (MfOM): virtual instruments and virtual musicians
Modalys-ER is a graphical environment for creating physical model instruments and generating musical sounds with them. While Modalys-ER provides users with a relatively simple-to-use interface, it has only limited methods ...
'In and Out of The Whirlpool of War'
Cherry Kearton filmed a number of newsreels about the First World War, but only 4 survive in the BFI National Film and Television Archive. Based on extensive research, this article offers the first analysis of his surviving ...
Visual Reasoning: I see what you mean
(University of Aveiro, 2001)
This paper is a study of examples of visual reasoning from Wittgenstein. There are two key issues. First, to what extent are some lexical concepts predicated on visual examples? Cases of ostensively defined nouns such as ...