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The Rug's Topography, Rana Young 2017 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

The Rug's Topography, Rana Young

Theses, Dissertations, and Student Creative Activity, School of Art, Art History and Design

My complex relationship with photographs began when I was young. I remember tearing images out of publications and bringing them to my dad prepared with questions. Where I grew up, normative values defined by anatomy at birth impacted an individual’s gender perception and performance. Raised by a single father, I experienced a non-traditional family structure in my home. Seeing photographs portraying the “wholeness” of family contradicted my reality. Those psychological impressions provoked my curiosity and propelled me to solve the mystery of what existed beyond the scene depicted.

In retrospect, my search for missing context stems from an interest ...


Light Within The Darkness, Alyssa A. Cody 2017 Cedarville University

Light Within The Darkness, Alyssa A. Cody

Cedarville Review

Seeing the light reflect within the ink reminds us that we can see the light even in the darkest of days.


Float, James F. McElroy 2017 Cedarville University

Float, James F. Mcelroy

Cedarville Review

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The Duomo Of Florence, Rosie Thompson 2017 Cedarville University

The Duomo Of Florence, Rosie Thompson

Cedarville Review

This photo was taken in the bell tower overlooking the cathedral in Florence, Italy. This cathedral stands out among all the other building and is extremely easy to spot. The exterior is covered in pink, green and white marble.


Phone Home, Alyssa A. Cody 2017 Cedarville University

Phone Home, Alyssa A. Cody

Cedarville Review

This picture brings it back to a simpler time where around the corner there would be a phone booth.


Editors' Foreword - A Christian Response To Art And Literature: A Very Short Guide To Images And Texts, 2017 Cedarville University

Editors' Foreword - A Christian Response To Art And Literature: A Very Short Guide To Images And Texts

Cedarville Review

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St. Annie, Jennifer Gammie 2017 Cedarville University

St. Annie, Jennifer Gammie

Cedarville Review

Halos show the sacred. Friendships are sacred.


Smokeless Altar, Adrienne M. Krater 2017 Cedarville University

Smokeless Altar, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Anxiety Realized, Adrienne M. Krater 2017 Cedarville University

Anxiety Realized, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Prague, Czech Republic, Adrienne M. Krater 2017 Cedarville University

Prague, Czech Republic, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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We're Together, Gregory Hutzell 2017 Concordia University - Portland

We're Together, Gregory Hutzell

The Promethean

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The Promethean, The Velvet Night (2016-2017), English Department 2017 Concordia University - Portland

The Promethean, The Velvet Night (2016-2017), English Department

The Promethean

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Whoo Are You?, Gregory Hutzell 2017 Concordia University - Portland

Whoo Are You?, Gregory Hutzell

The Promethean

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The Ocean Retreats (Color), Julia Guzman 2017 Concordia University - Portland

The Ocean Retreats (Color), Julia Guzman

The Promethean

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The Ocean Retreats (Grayscale), Julia Guzman 2017 Concordia University - Portland

The Ocean Retreats (Grayscale), Julia Guzman

The Promethean

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Friends For Life, Gregory Hutzell 2017 Concordia University - Portland

Friends For Life, Gregory Hutzell

The Promethean

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Sunset Sky, Julia Guzman 2017 Concordia University - Portland

Sunset Sky, Julia Guzman

The Promethean

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Tygr 2017: Student Art And Literary Magazine, Brianna Rose, Luke Jungermann, William Greiner, Jill Forrestal 2017 Olivet Nazarene University

Tygr 2017: Student Art And Literary Magazine, Brianna Rose, Luke Jungermann, William Greiner, Jill Forrestal

TYGR: student art and literary magazine

TYGR is the student art and literary magazine for Olivet Nazarene University

Theme: Vision.

[Historical Muse] The Tyger -- William Blake, p. iii.


“Rhopographic Photography And Atemporal Cinema: The Link Between Ralph Ellison’S Polaroids And Three Days Before The Shooting…”, Michael Germana 2017 West Virginia University

“Rhopographic Photography And Atemporal Cinema: The Link Between Ralph Ellison’S Polaroids And Three Days Before The Shooting…”, Michael Germana

Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies

This essay is drawn from a book manuscript that examines Ralph Ellison’s life-long preoccupation with time and concomitant pursuit of a literature of immanence. In it, I illustrate how Ellison’s engagements with Bergsonian philosophy, Nietzschean cosmology, cybernetic theory, and transhistorical inquiry are inseparable from his ongoing efforts to trouble the Newtonian construct of universal time. Whether it’s in his early short stories, his 1952 masterpiece Invisible Man, his music criticism, or his unfinished tome posthumously published as Three Days Before the Shooting…, Ellison routinely turns to optic and sonic technologies to enact performative critiques of a still-hegemonic ...


The Eighteenth-Century Origins Of Sally Mann’S “New Child”, Victoria L. Pitts 2017 Georgia College

The Eighteenth-Century Origins Of Sally Mann’S “New Child”, Victoria L. Pitts

Georgia College Student Research Events

Sally Mann’s 1992 series, Immediate Family, of sixty-five gelatin silver prints captures her three young children—Emmett, Virginia, and Jessie—in various stages of nudity while delighting in the pleasures of childhood games, including roller-skating, swimming, and fishing. Critics have argued that Mann’s overtly sexualized depictions of her children transgress the traditional, unsullied representation of youth in art history. The abandonment of proper social norms for the comportment of children in Mann’s work parallels similarly transgressive themes explored by other twentieth-century photographers, including Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin. Arbus and Goldin reveal the world of outsiders in ...


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