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Cloud cities (Tomás Saraceno).

Cloud cities (Tomás Saraceno).

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... this reason, the memorial was named "Monument to the Liberators of Tallinn" (Smith 2008: 422). People nicknamed it the Bronze Soldier because it featured a two-meter bronze statue of a soldier in a Red Army uniform (Figure 1). Although referring to Soviet aesthetics, the Bronze Soldier survived the tearing down of Soviet monuments in the post-Soviet era and remained standing in a park in Tallinn city centre. ...
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... same tripartite model in fact is found identical -and this is astonishing-in the photographs (Figure 1) of the classes of children articulated according to health care with respect to the illnesses connected to the "morally deteriorated families" (such as the adenoids), whose hierarchical arrangement was articulated according to the same plastic scheme and above all the same topology of values: from the healthy, closer to the fascist model, to the seriously ill, to be separated from others. There is a topology of values articulated in the same way between the disposition of bodies in the class and that of the arrangement in space, which makes it possible to "translate" the moral hierarchy between bodies into space. ...
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... object is not a square pattern of dots but is a series of columns of dots. Features which are close together are associated: three pairs of lines and a single line itself (Figure 1, upper). The law of similarity: elements within an assorted object are perceptually grouped if they resemble each other. ...
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... perceive the dark circles as a group and the light as another group. It forms six horizontal lines within the square of circles ( Figure 1, below left). ...
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... refers to the perception of not fully enclosed objects; thus, people add missing information to perceive the whole as a circle or a square. Interpretation as 'closed' is more favoured than 'open' (Figure 1, below right). ...
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... supports: the Buddha stands on lotus calyxes and reflects the phenomenal planes of celestial and terrestrial interaction as luminous phantoms. :18), which translates 'lotus tree in the furthest limit.' When the Prophet Mohammed came to God, he saw a lotus tree very far in a dangerous place. ...
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... the best known stairs in minimalism are those stairs in Casa Malaparte (Figure 1), built in 1938 by the rationalist architect Adalberto Libera in Punta Massullo, on the island of Capri (Italy), timeless and sublime in its beauty of simplicity. The point is seen and felt (Vasilski 2012). ...
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... Sundborn of Dalarna, the spiritual heart of Sweden, the couple decorated their house with a simple folk style of white painted and built-in furniture, wooden floors, embroidered textiles, and pots with red geraniums. The idyllic, rural, and free lifestyle reproduced in an album, Our home (1899, Figure 1) with a phrase of "reform taste and family life". It was remodelled with simplicity and warmth to evolve a new concept of Swedish domesticity. ...
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... the primary emphasis was on communicating results obtained through the computer simulations of the flow patters within an aneurysm to the clinician, thus trying not to merge but to adjust two visual vocabularies. The results, shown in Figure 1, exemplify the process, the conclusion being that clinicians were best suited to comprehend the flow disturbances on the virtual angiography −their most familiar visual idiom. We consider the last image as a "model for truth", as in this particular case mimicking the x-ray-based angiogram has proven to be, in fact, a misrepresentation by not taking into account the displacement of blood during the injection of the contrast agent. ...
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... this reason, the memorial was named "Monument to the Liberators of Tallinn" (Smith 2008: 422). People nicknamed it the Bronze Soldier because it featured a two-meter bronze statue of a soldier in a Red Army uniform (Figure 1). Although referring to Soviet aesthetics, the Bronze Soldier survived the tearing down of Soviet monuments in the post-Soviet era and remained standing in a park in Tallinn city centre. ...
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... same tripartite model in fact is found identical -and this is astonishing-in the photographs (Figure 1) of the classes of children articulated according to health care with respect to the illnesses connected to the "morally deteriorated families" (such as the adenoids), whose hierarchical arrangement was articulated according to the same plastic scheme and above all the same topology of values: from the healthy, closer to the fascist model, to the seriously ill, to be separated from others. There is a topology of values articulated in the same way between the disposition of bodies in the class and that of the arrangement in space, which makes it possible to "translate" the moral hierarchy between bodies into space. ...
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... object is not a square pattern of dots but is a series of columns of dots. Features which are close together are associated: three pairs of lines and a single line itself (Figure 1, upper). The law of similarity: elements within an assorted object are perceptually grouped if they resemble each other. ...
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... perceive the dark circles as a group and the light as another group. It forms six horizontal lines within the square of circles ( Figure 1, below left). ...
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... refers to the perception of not fully enclosed objects; thus, people add missing information to perceive the whole as a circle or a square. Interpretation as 'closed' is more favoured than 'open' (Figure 1, below right). ...
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... supports: the Buddha stands on lotus calyxes and reflects the phenomenal planes of celestial and terrestrial interaction as luminous phantoms. :18), which translates 'lotus tree in the furthest limit.' When the Prophet Mohammed came to God, he saw a lotus tree very far in a dangerous place. ...
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... the best known stairs in minimalism are those stairs in Casa Malaparte (Figure 1), built in 1938 by the rationalist architect Adalberto Libera in Punta Massullo, on the island of Capri (Italy), timeless and sublime in its beauty of simplicity. The point is seen and felt (Vasilski 2012). ...
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... Sundborn of Dalarna, the spiritual heart of Sweden, the couple decorated their house with a simple folk style of white painted and built-in furniture, wooden floors, embroidered textiles, and pots with red geraniums. The idyllic, rural, and free lifestyle reproduced in an album, Our home (1899, Figure 1) with a phrase of "reform taste and family life". It was remodelled with simplicity and warmth to evolve a new concept of Swedish domesticity. ...
Context 18
... the primary emphasis was on communicating results obtained through the computer simulations of the flow patters within an aneurysm to the clinician, thus trying not to merge but to adjust two visual vocabularies. The results, shown in Figure 1, exemplify the process, the conclusion being that clinicians were best suited to comprehend the flow disturbances on the virtual angiography −their most familiar visual idiom. We consider the last image as a "model for truth", as in this particular case mimicking the x-ray-based angiogram has proven to be, in fact, a misrepresentation by not taking into account the displacement of blood during the injection of the contrast agent. ...

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