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Drawing Education – Worldwide!

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ISBN: 9783947732302 9783947732319 97839477326 Year: Pages: 332 DOI: 10.17885/heiup.457 Language: English
Publisher: Heidelberg University Publishing (heiUP)
Subject: Education
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As a cultural technique, drawing was firmly anchored in the realities of European society from early modern to modern times. Based on this fact, the present volume asks for the first time about the significance of drawing and drawing education in other cultural areas. Indigenous methods of drawing and sign-learning in Arabic, Asian, Latin American, North American and European countries are addressed as well as historical transfer processes of didactic methods, aesthetic norms and educational institutions of drawing instruction.

Remixing Persona

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ISBN: 9781785420832 Year: Pages: 113 Language: English
Publisher: Open Humanities Press
Subject: Sociology --- Arts in general
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Remixing Persona: An Imaginary Digital Media Object from the Onto-Tales of the Digital Afterlife is comprised of two components: a visual manifesto that doubles as a theoretical e-reader and a work of music video art. In building this project, the artists collaboratively investigate persona-making, performance-thinking, and applied remixology.

Patterns of Symbolic Violence

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Book Series: Interdisciplinary Studies in Antigypsyism ISBN: 9783947732470 9783947732487 Year: Pages: 122 DOI: 10.17885/heiup.483 Language: English
Publisher: Heidelberg University Publishing (heiUP)
Subject: Social Sciences
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Drawing on a number of paradigmatic works of art, the book explores the motif of ‘gypsy’ child-theft and its visualisations. The analytical focus is on the colour coding of bodies in texts and images and their racialised/anti-gypsy uses. Offering a comprehensive survey of the motif’s adaptations to different visual media, the author elaborates on its multiple layers of meaning and functions. The analysis starts with a critical review of Cervantes’ tale “La gitanilla”, moving through seventeenth-century Dutch history painting to take a cursory look at nineteenth-century printed images, and end up with an annotated filmography of 49 cinematic works.

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