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2011

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Full-Text Articles in Art and Design

Building An Interdisciplinary Production Program, Ruth D. Johnston Dec 2011

Building An Interdisciplinary Production Program, Ruth D. Johnston

Cornerstone 3 Reports : Interdisciplinary Informatics

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Endless Yarns: Interdisciplinary Creative Work In Text And Textile, Louisa Owen Sonstroem Dec 2011

Endless Yarns: Interdisciplinary Creative Work In Text And Textile, Louisa Owen Sonstroem

Honors Scholar Theses

In this thesis I explore the relationship between text and textile. What is it that connects them? I engage this question from an aesthetic perspective, through process as much as through theory. The thesis project consists of three components: creative text pieces, creative textile pieces, and an essay that attempts to deal with the questions which arose during my creative process.


Music In Alternative Spaces, Seán Mac Erlaine Nov 2011

Music In Alternative Spaces, Seán Mac Erlaine

Books/Book Chapters

Chapter from Dublin’s Future: New Visions for Ireland’s Capital City, Dr. Lorcan Sirr (ed.), (Dublin: The Liffey Press, 2011).

Dublin’s Future is a collection of essays, which, for the first time, recognises that the future of the island’s largest and most important urban conurbation is about more than the engineering of roads and the colouring of development plans.

Seán Mac Erlaine’s chapter explores the performance of music in Ireland’s capital city, documenting the currently vibrant use of alternative art spaces for niche markets of improvised, experimental and non-mainstream music practice.

Contributors are recognised authorities ...


Possible Symbolics 33, Stephen Andrade Oct 2011

Possible Symbolics 33, Stephen Andrade

Computer Graphics Department Faculty Publications and Creative Works

Professor Steve Andrade is continuously experimenting in a wide range of visual arts and technology. He is an avid researcher in the areas of interactive technology, gaming, modern visual metaphor, archeology, fine arts, Western geology and the sociology of technology space.

When he is not teaching or conducting projects at the University, Professor Andrade can be found traveling or working in his studio (pictured here). His artwork includes digital imaging, graphic art posters, virtual space planning, information graphics, 2d and 3d sculpture, representational sketching, realism, video and his current passion - abstract modern painting with a hint of allegory. He is ...


Public Data Visualization: Dramatizing Architecture And Making Data Visible, Dave Colangelo, Patricio Davila Sep 2011

Public Data Visualization: Dramatizing Architecture And Making Data Visible, Dave Colangelo, Patricio Davila

Theater + Film Faculty Publications and Presentations

In this paper, we explore emerging modes of digitally-mediated participation in urban space that engage bodily and architectural relationships with data rich environments. We contend that the combination of data visualization, public space, and digital display technologies represent an important aesthetic and technical challenge that engage new dimensions of presence in a social and material environment characterized by net works and data.


How Locative Media Art Set The Agenda For Mobile Location Aware Apps (And Why This Still Matters)., Conor Mcgarrigle Sep 2011

How Locative Media Art Set The Agenda For Mobile Location Aware Apps (And Why This Still Matters)., Conor Mcgarrigle

Conference Papers

This paper explores the connection between Locative Media (LM) a set of art practices centred on location aware technologies and current Location Based Services (LBS) and applications. To achieve this LM will be traced to the origins of the term and to the originary ambitions driving this unique mode of engagement with emergent location-aware technologies. This involves returning to the first principles of the Karosta Locative Media workshop, its associated texts and to Ben Russell's "Headmap Manifesto" [1] to locate the intentions and ambitions embedded in the term itself.

From its inception at the locative media workshop in Karosta ...


Ua68/5/1 Senior Art Show Catalog, Wku Art Apr 2011

Ua68/5/1 Senior Art Show Catalog, Wku Art

WKU Archives Records

Exhibition catalog showcasing the work of senior art students in a variety of mediums.


Bawdy Brits & West End Wit: Satirical Prints Of The Georgian Era, Emily Bastian, Christy Lee Gray, Aimee Lynn Laubach, Emily Sarah Maran, Matthew Gary Morowitz, Allison Marie Schell, Carey Elizabeth Stadnick, Margaret Jeanne Staudter, Laura Ives Wilson, Lauren Elizabeth Woodcock, Kathryn Grace Zell, Phillip Earenfight, Trout Gallery Feb 2011

Bawdy Brits & West End Wit: Satirical Prints Of The Georgian Era, Emily Bastian, Christy Lee Gray, Aimee Lynn Laubach, Emily Sarah Maran, Matthew Gary Morowitz, Allison Marie Schell, Carey Elizabeth Stadnick, Margaret Jeanne Staudter, Laura Ives Wilson, Lauren Elizabeth Woodcock, Kathryn Grace Zell, Phillip Earenfight, Trout Gallery

Student Scholarship & Creative Works By Year

Catalogue of an exhibition at the Trout Gallery, February 18 - April 16, 2011.

Senior Exhibit, Art and Art History Department, Prof. Phillip Earenfight, Dickinson College.

Neither the realm of art history nor history, satirical prints are frequently used simply to illustrate a point that had already been made through the analysis of other images or texts, but were not interrogated and analyzed on the basis of their own merits as a hybrid image-text object. However, over the past few decades, academic scholars and museum curators have looked more closely at satirical prints in their own right and have yielded rich ...


"Introduction" To Conjuring The Real: The Role Of Architecture In Eighteenth- And Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Rumiko Handa, James Potter Jan 2011

"Introduction" To Conjuring The Real: The Role Of Architecture In Eighteenth- And Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Rumiko Handa, James Potter

Architecture Program: Faculty Scholarly and Creative Activity

Buildings give an immediate presence to the historical or fictional world, which otherwise is unknown or unfamiliar to the audience. The portrayal of a building’s concrete and specific substance makes the world come alive, although the building itself is a mere segment of the world that it represents. This book will trace the genealogy of this representational role of architecture, going back through the history of film and then further in literature, art, and theater, and identify its pedigree in the nineteenth century, where authors, artists, and stage managers used thorough depictions of buildings to effectively feed the audience ...


Consumers' Post-Adoption Of M-Services: Interest In Future M-Services Based On Consumer Evaluations Of Current M-Services, Joohyung Park, Whitney Snell, Sejin Ha, Te-Lin Chung Jan 2011

Consumers' Post-Adoption Of M-Services: Interest In Future M-Services Based On Consumer Evaluations Of Current M-Services, Joohyung Park, Whitney Snell, Sejin Ha, Te-Lin Chung

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Publications

While consumers’ adoption of new technology has received substantial interest from researchers, the mechanism of consumers’ post-adoption evaluation derived from continued use of m-services and its impact on their interest in upcoming m-services are yet to be explored. Drawing on the appraisal → emotional response → coping framework, this study investigates 1) how utilitarian and hedonic values derived from consumers’ basic and innovative benefits of m-services influence their post-adoption satisfaction with current m-services and 2) the impact of post-adoption satisfaction on interest in future m-services in the context of young consumers’ mobile phone use. The results support all the hypothesized relationships except ...


Again, With Feeling! [Exhibition Catalogue], Dave Colangelo Jan 2011

Again, With Feeling! [Exhibition Catalogue], Dave Colangelo

Theater + Film Faculty Publications and Presentations

Again, With Feeling! presents the work of artists whose visions are injected with properties of pattern, repetition, and appropriation. Taking cues from the everyday, the works displayed show new incarnations or morphs of their originals. This multidisciplinary show explores the ‘re’-mixing, producing, or contextualizing of an original, whether through motif, object or experience. By re-negotiating the terms around their borrowed imagery or performance, these artists present us with a fresh composition of a thing we’ve seen before.