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Collision, Judith Tannenbaum Oct 2010

Collision, Judith Tannenbaum

Journals

Exhibition Notes, Number 37, 2010. Collision is an experiment in exhibition-making. It began when painter Jackie Saccoccio invited a group of artists (seventeen, including herself) to contribute works of their own choosing to a show in which paintings, sculptures, photographs, drawings, prints, videos, and various hybrid forms would literally collide: butting up against each other, overlapping, and even altering one another in an improvisatory fashion. Depending on their placement in the gallery as determined by the individual artists, the works could become entirely subsumed in the larger communal cacophony.

Most often group exhibitions in museums are conceived and organized by ...


The Cypress Trees In "The Starry Night": A Symbolic Self-Portrait Of Vincent Van Gogh, Jessica Caldarone Oct 2010

The Cypress Trees In "The Starry Night": A Symbolic Self-Portrait Of Vincent Van Gogh, Jessica Caldarone

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


Paradigmatic Portraits From Weimar Germany: Martha Dix, Sylvia Von Harden, And Anita Berber According To Otto Dix, Althea Ruoppo Oct 2010

Paradigmatic Portraits From Weimar Germany: Martha Dix, Sylvia Von Harden, And Anita Berber According To Otto Dix, Althea Ruoppo

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


With Lovers As Her Muse: How Men Influenced The Designs Of Coco Chanel, Sara Spirito Oct 2010

With Lovers As Her Muse: How Men Influenced The Designs Of Coco Chanel, Sara Spirito

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


Henri Mattise's "The Red Studio": Art As Real/The World As Illusion, Alyssa Johnson Oct 2010

Henri Mattise's "The Red Studio": Art As Real/The World As Illusion, Alyssa Johnson

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


“Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?”: Freud And The Unconscious Of Paul Gauguin, Lauren Cavalli Oct 2010

“Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?”: Freud And The Unconscious Of Paul Gauguin, Lauren Cavalli

Art & Art History Student Papers

No abstract provided.


Book Matters: A Student Exhibition In The Watkinson Library, Trinity College Oct 2010

Book Matters: A Student Exhibition In The Watkinson Library, Trinity College

Watkinson Publications

"From the Watkinson Library to the Studio: Studying and Making Books at Trinity." Guide to a student exhibition held in Watkinson Library


Painting With A Purpose, Keri Suarez, Brian Manley Oct 2010

Painting With A Purpose, Keri Suarez, Brian Manley

Lake Union Herald

No abstract provided.


Design For Dementia, Gregor Timlin Oct 2010

Design For Dementia, Gregor Timlin

Books/Book chapters

This book describes a two-year collaborative research project between the Helen Hamlyn Centre at the Royal College of Art and Bupa. It explores how better product and environment design can improve quality of life for care home residents with dementia. The design ideas developed are a practical response to the challenge of congnitive decline and can be retrofitted to existing care homes as well as applied to new developments.


Textile Society Of America Newsletter 22:3 — Fall 2010, Textile Society Of America Oct 2010

Textile Society Of America Newsletter 22:3 — Fall 2010, Textile Society Of America

Textile Society of America Newsletters

Reflections of a Symposium Co-Chair [Textiles and Settlement: From Plains Space to Cyber Space, 12th Biennial Symposium, Lincoln, Nebraska, October 6–9, 2010]
From the President
TSA News
TSA Member News
In Memoriam: Elayne Zorn, 1952–2010
Symposium Exhibition: Binary Fiction: Digital Weaving 2010
Conference Reviews
Exhibition Reviews
Book Reviews
Featured Collection [Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Durham, England]
Collection News
Textile Community News
Publication News
Calendar-Conferences & Symposia, Exhibitions, Lectures
Call for Papers


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, Georgia Southern University Oct 2010

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, Georgia Southern University

Art Department Newsletter

  • The Empty Bowl Project: Chili Bowl Sale!
  • Damaged Goods


Where Book Art And Technology Mingle, Peter D. Verheyen, Richard Minsky Oct 2010

Where Book Art And Technology Mingle, Peter D. Verheyen, Richard Minsky

Libraries' and Librarians' Publications

Interview of Peter D. Verheyen by Richard Minsky. Peter Verheyen, conservator, bookbinder, and creator of the Books Arts Web, discusses the current state of book arts. Although he creates impeccable fine bindings that have won international awards, Peter Verheyen's huge contribution to the field of book art has little to do with making or conserving physical books. His magum opus is the Book Arts Web (philobiblon.com), the main location on the Internet for book art information and resources, from online exhibitions to tutorials, opportunities, blogs, and reference materials.


Did You Make That? : Wood Carving, Apprenticeships, And Collective Art In Senegal, Christina Schueler Oct 2010

Did You Make That? : Wood Carving, Apprenticeships, And Collective Art In Senegal, Christina Schueler

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

Defining the term “artist” in one’s own culture is challenging and can be even more difficult in a foreign culture. In Senegal, the practice of wood sculpture can be both artistic and practical. Because of this, Senegalese artists who work with wood sculpture end up asserting their identity as artists through their collective actions. In this study, I follow the life and craft of a Senegalese wood sculptor, Serigne Mor Gueye, by making my own sculptures and listening to his anecdotes about life as an artist in hopes of discovering how the Senegalese define such ambiguous terms, “art” and ...


Heresy And Error, Eric Marshall White Phd, Rebecca Howdeshell Sep 2010

Heresy And Error, Eric Marshall White Phd, Rebecca Howdeshell

Bridwell Library Publications

From its inception the early Christian Church sought to suppress books believed to contain heretical or erroneous teachings. With the development of the printing press during the latter half of the fifteenth century, Christian authorities in Europe became increasingly aware of the need to control the mass production of unfamiliar and potentially unacceptable texts. Initially, censorship of the press was enforced locally. However, with the spread of the Protestant Reformation, the Catholic Church required a more centralized and organized approach. Thus, the Council of Trent (1545–1563) ratified the Index librorum prohibitorum(“Index of Prohibited Books”), which listed individual banned ...


Distributed Web Design, Christy Allen Sep 2010

Distributed Web Design, Christy Allen

Christy Allen

No abstract provided.


History Of Communication And Its Application In Multicultaral,Multilingual Social System In India Across Ages, Ratnesh Dwivedi Mr Sep 2010

History Of Communication And Its Application In Multicultaral,Multilingual Social System In India Across Ages, Ratnesh Dwivedi Mr

Ratnesh Dwivedi

The history of communication dates back to the earliest signs of cavemen.Communication can range from very subtle processes of exchange, to full conversations and mass communication. Human communication was revolutionized with speech perhaps 200,000 years ago, Symbols were developed about 30,000 years ago and writing about 7,000. On a much shorter scale, there have been major developments in the field of telecommunication in the past few centuries.


Virtual Teaching, John O'Connor Sep 2010

Virtual Teaching, John O'Connor

Academic Articles

The potential of online virtual environments, such as Second Life for delivering remote learning continues to be debated by academics. It would appear to offer particular opportunities to support remote learning in art & design, where there is a particular requirement for live visual interaction. The School of Art, Design & Printing at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) received funding to develop a module for undergraduate students to test this theory. A five-credit module (under the European Credit Transfer System) received formal approval from the Institute in 2008 and was delivered as a pilot to academic staff interested in exploring virtual ...


Brooklyn, Juan Vasquez Sep 2010

Brooklyn, Juan Vasquez

The First-Year Papers (2010 - present)

No abstract provided.


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, Georgia Southern University Sep 2010

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, Georgia Southern University

Art Department Newsletter

  • Center for Art & Theatre Fall Gallery Programming
  • MASTER OF FINE ARTS BIENNIAL EXHIBITION on Display September 14 - 30, 2010

  • GALLERY DISCUSSIONS

  • Center for Art & Theatre Fall Gallery Programming


Design Heuristics In Ideation Across Engineering And Industrial Design Domains, Seda Mckilligan, Shanna Daly, Colleen M. Seifert, Richard Gonzalez Sep 2010

Design Heuristics In Ideation Across Engineering And Industrial Design Domains, Seda Mckilligan, Shanna Daly, Colleen M. Seifert, Richard Gonzalez

Industrial Design Conference Presentations, Posters and Proceedings

How do designers explore a design space to generate diverse solutions? This work focuses on the identification of design heuristics used in the ideation process in the domains of industrial design and engineering design. Design heuristics are cognitive strategies applied to a design problem to help designers create novel solutions. In a think-aloud protocol, engineers and industrial designers with varying levels of experience were asked to develop multiple concepts for a novel design problem. The results show evidence of frequent heuristic use, and that heuristics are effective in generating diverse, creative, and practical concepts, which, as a result, may stimulate ...


Tension And Critical Thinking In Art, Marnie A. Jain Aug 2010

Tension And Critical Thinking In Art, Marnie A. Jain

Critical and Creative Thinking Capstones Collection

This paper is a discussion about the existence, purpose, and use of tension in works of art. It does not take the form of standard papers, but is written as an interview where I am both the interviewer and interviewee. As the interviewee I am an artist and researcher of this topic. As the interviewer, I challenge myself to support my assertions with examples, and I try and catch myself in contradictions, and ask for clarifications. Similar to conversations we have in the classrooms of the Critical and Creative Thinking Graduate Program, the discussion in this paper does not cease ...


Contemporary Judaica – Anika Smulovitz, Anika Smulovitz Aug 2010

Contemporary Judaica – Anika Smulovitz, Anika Smulovitz

Anika Smulovitz

Jewish ritual objects hold the essence of Jewish life and culture. Creating contemporary Judaica allows me to examine contemporary issues through the Jewish tradition. It is not a religious interest that draws me towards making Judaica, but a cultural interest and an interest as a silversmith in creating work that has a ritual function. Through making Judaica I bring together my interest in academic research of religion and my interest in creating functional ritual objects. I am drawn to functional objects because of their interactive qualities. The people who use these objects, understand them both visually and tactilely, and relate ...


A Man And His Mosaics: Owatonna Native Michael Swere Stumbled Onto A Profession In The Art World Starting, With All Things, Cereal Boxes, Melissa F. Kaelin Aug 2010

A Man And His Mosaics: Owatonna Native Michael Swere Stumbled Onto A Profession In The Art World Starting, With All Things, Cereal Boxes, Melissa F. Kaelin

Melissa F. Kaelin

Sweere is a mosaic artist. It’s a profession he stumbled upon after about 20 years of work as an art director for an advertising agency. For decades, he designed packaging for companies like ConAgra, General Mills and Pillsbury — work which resulted in piles of cereal boxes and other assorted samples lying around his office and his home. Anxious to reuse and recycle, Sweere saved the samples for a rainy day, and soon began to tease artwork out of them.


Short Piece On Moacyr Scliar, Stephen A. Sadow Aug 2010

Short Piece On Moacyr Scliar, Stephen A. Sadow

Stephen Sadow

No abstract provided.


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, Georgia Southern University Aug 2010

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, Georgia Southern University

Art Department Newsletter

  • The Circus, Greatest Show on Earth Opens August 16, 2010
  • Georgia Southern University’s Center for Art & Theatre Welcomes New Gallery Director


The Scuola Dei Mercanti: Social Networking And Marital Mobility In Sixteenth-Century Venice, Rachel D. Erwin Aug 2010

The Scuola Dei Mercanti: Social Networking And Marital Mobility In Sixteenth-Century Venice, Rachel D. Erwin

Art and Design Theses

Renaissance marriage is a much-studied subject, yet little attention has been given to the influence of marital practice on the civic affairs of confraternities. By considering the decisions of the Venetian Scuola dei Mercanti confraternity through the lens of Venetian marriage practice, I demonstrate how the Mercanti employed a multi-alignment advancement strategy in a manner similar to that employed by marriage partners seeking upward social mobility. Specifically, I argue that the Mercanti’s maneuvers were carried out for the purpose of transforming itself from a scuola piccolo to a scuola grande. Viewed from this perspective, the Mercanti’s artistic and ...


Mock-Ups In Design : The Implications Of Utlizing [Sic] A Mock-Up Review Process In Professional Practice, Charles M. Boggs Jul 2010

Mock-Ups In Design : The Implications Of Utlizing [Sic] A Mock-Up Review Process In Professional Practice, Charles M. Boggs

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this research is to examine the use of a mock-up review process in interior design projects to better understand the implications of using such a process within the standard professional practice model. The research consisted of interviewing design professionals who utilize mock-ups as part of their standard of practice. These interviews were centered around two groups - those working in shipbuilding, where mock-ups have a long history, and those working in land-based projects, where mock-up use is rare. Analysis of the interviews indicated a positive relationship between mock-up use and collaboration, innovation, and problem solving. The interviews also ...


Human Powered Production Tool For The Renewable Material, Bamboo, Rashmi Kinariwala Jul 2010

Human Powered Production Tool For The Renewable Material, Bamboo, Rashmi Kinariwala

Theses

Sustainable design in a simple manner usually involves the impact of the things we design - their manufacturing process, time of use, and final disposal - on the earth's environment. In India, I was exposed to a different definition and concept of "sustainable design," some similar to the West, and some rather different. When a particular object is related to its context, it becomes a part of the living system, making it human-centered and deeply rooted in the culture. It has to do more by defining a relationship between the object and the user environment. In order to attain sustainability in ...


Sub, Counter And Someothers, Tim Bearse Jul 2010

Sub, Counter And Someothers, Tim Bearse

Theses and Dissertations

Textual accompaniment to the exhibition Blizzard Skitch. This thesis discusses parallels between body cognition in skateboarding and object cognition in sculpture and architecture.


Tristin Lowe Under The Influence, Tristin Lowe Jul 2010

Tristin Lowe Under The Influence, Tristin Lowe

Journals

The moon, Earth's only satellite, has been a source of mystery and wonder since the beginning of recorded history, and probably before that as well. Inspired to understand its powerful presence and effects— from gravitational pull, tidal flow, and magnetic fields to its impact on animal and human behavior— artists and writers as well as scientists have studied the moon for centuries.

Using low-tech but labor-intensive methods and materials, sculptor Tristin Lowe has created an interpretation of the moon to fill the Museum's Lower Farago Gallery. Lunacy is an inflatable sphere, about twelve and a half feet in ...