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The visual arts are art forms that create works that are primarily visual in nature, such as ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, crafts, photography, video, filmmaking and architecture.
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Wikipedia is the largest source of free encyclopedic knowledge and one of the most visited sites on the Web. To increase reader understanding of the article, Wikipedia editors add images within the text of the article’s body. However, despite their widespread usage on web platforms and the huge volume of visual content on Wikipedia, little is known...
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Expertise in several areas appears to modulate neurocognitive processes. These processes have been observed to differ in visual arts experts compared to the general population. Here, we aimed to investigate whether visual artists' neural responses to tasks within and outside their field of expertise are contrasting to the responses of non-experts....
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Recognizing the emotion an image evokes in the observer has long attracted the interest of the community for its many potential applications. However, it is a challenging task mainly due to the inherent complexity and subjectivity of human feelings. Such a difficulty is exacerbated in the domain of visual arts, mainly because of their abstract natu...
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This paper reports on the implementation of a collaborative approach to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education within the context of a college of education and an elementary school in Ireland. The project is novel in that it explores a transdisciplinary approach of supporting STEAM education in a school, using dat...
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Background: Emerging evidence points to rising levels of psychological distress resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a need for self-administered, low-cost, and accessible interventions that facilitate wellbeing and growth. Methods: This study used a randomised controlled trial (RCT) design to investigate the effects of a two-week posi...
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The present research examines the selected art works by a group of Pakistani artists which were created in the first two decades of 21st century. The approach adopted by those artists has generated hybrid works that question the limitations defying simple categorizations. The conjugation has led to not only generating a new form of art practice in...
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With the rapid development of information technology, art has become the most widely used form of visual art in the media. It is not only expressive but also closely related to the traditional art of painting. Excellent hand-drawn illustrations not only have stronger image expression and effect but also have an impact on people’s emotions. Therefor...
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Abstract - The discipline of art history rests on a visual-based knowledge that takes the visual as its object and method of inquiry. It investigates how art constitutes a transcendent and continuous expression of human content. Art history examines the history of the production, experience and consumption of visual arts. This research attempts to...
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When two people read the same story, they might both end up liking it very much. However, this does not necessarily mean that their reasons for liking it were identical. We therefore ask what factors contribute to “liking” a story, and—most importantly—how people vary in this respect. We found that readers like stories because they find them intere...
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Empirical aesthetics is beginning to branch off from conventional laboratory-based studies, leading to in-situ, immersive, often more accessible experiments. Here, we explored different types of aesthetic judgments of three-dimensional artworks in two contexts: virtual reality (VR), aiming for an immersive experience, and online settings aiming for...
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Photography presents presence and identity questions. We have look for evidence of our existence , moments that enable us to understand ourselves, often we discovered multiple identities within us. The body representation in the visual arts is central to society's construction not only of norms of sexual behavior but of power relationships in gener...
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In this paper, we describe subskills of visual communication based on the skill structure outlined in the Common European Framework of Visual Literacy. We have developed this Framework further through assessing the development of subskills related to visual communication in the “produce” and “respond” domains of CEFR-VC in primary school grades. We...
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This text provides an analysis of the creative processes that developed during the fi rst four years of the Degree in Visual Arts, form 2016 to 2019. The objective of the research is to narrate how the development process oh artistic production took place from the memories that exist in each drawing, painting and engraving that I produced. With the...
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This article aims to explore the active imagination as strategy to create visual art to express collective unconsciousness. The psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung believes that in the deepest mind of the human being we are all unconsciously connected by symbolic images inherited from our remote ancestors, that phenomena define our instinctual behaviour...
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The aim of this article is to analyze Toni Morrison’s understudied influence on music and visual art. In 1994 she established the Atelier Program in Princeton University as an interdisciplinary arts program that supported and nurtured multifaceted collaborations between artists and students from different disciplines. Moreover, her oeuvre shows her...
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This article argues that Muslims have created a specific Muslim Instagram that sustains youthfulness and cultivates their deen (religion). Instagram as a social has become a space for Muslim youth all over the world to share images. These images, being circulated over Instagram across localities, create visual representations for other users. For t...
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At present, China is at an essential stage in the progress of social civilisation. At the same time, China's current economic level is developing rapidly and the level of urbanisation is also increasing. However, the uncontrolled development of urban space and excessive consumption of land resources have led to many urban ecological and environment...
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This text aims to present the dialogic gathering of arts (DGA) and its possibilities to expand the teaching of visual arts in the early years of elementary school. DGA is a cultural and educational activity based on the concept of dialogical learning, based on the assumption that interactions and dialogue are the key to learning in contemporary soc...
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With the development of society, psychological health becomes a basic standard for a college student to grow into a qualified person. This study is aimed at using data mining principles and methods to excavate the factors that lead to psychological problems of college students, to purposefully carry out psychological interventions, use visual art d...
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Investigations of non-Western art forms and non-Western subjects are needed to understand cross-cultural empirical aesthetics. This study examined the aesthetic evaluation of Chinese calligraphy, a distinguished visual art in East Asia, through people’s preferences among five scripts. These scripts are representative of major artistic writing style...
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Erica Tandori is a legally blind artist, researcher and academic, graduating with a PhD from the Victorian College of the Arts (University of Melbourne) in 2016. Her PhD focused on the interaction between art, ophthalmology and the entoptic effects of macular dystrophy, creating an ‘eye witness’ account of her own blindness through visual art. The...
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With the rapid development of digital technology, the development speed of digital media is also relatively fast. Digital media technology has a great impact on people’s lifestyles and aesthetic concepts, and it also has a greater impact on visual art, creative thinking communication methods, and expression methods. In this study, the quality enhan...
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This paper attempts a definition of the term exhibition with particular attention to Visual Art Exhibition, knowing that there are different forms of exhibitions that may not relate to visual arts. The paper equally highlighted on the various types of exhibitions pointing out the virtual exhibition as a new inclusion that has greatly changed the tr...
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A printed catalogue with the MA and BA works of the 2022 students promotion from the Photo-Video specialization of the Faculty of Visual Arts and Design, "George Enescu" National University of the Arts in Iasi, Romania. It includes works by Alexandra Babin, Eliza-Ștefania Bălan, Carina Teodora Burghelea, Claudiu-Mihăiță Cănilă, Mihael-Iulian Chel...
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Con la expansión del internet y los dispositivos electrónicos, diversos individuos tienen más acceso a herramientas para diseñar y producir imá- genes artísticas y lúdicas. Por lo tanto, los videojuegos trascienden poco a poco sus facetas comerciales, y se adentran a la construcción de explo- raciones artísticas y narrativas. Son cada vez más los c...
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In the culture of the ancient world, the symbolism of plants was of particular importance. It is not for nothing that legends associated with plants have appeared in the myths of many peoples of the world. From the early Paleolithic era, in the economy of ancient people, a special place was given to collecting fruits and roots of plants. They also...
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The development of a diversity-sensitive curriculum remains the biggest challenge for inclusive quality education which seeks to enhance learners’ transformative learning and agency. Highly differentiated curricula embraced diversity, build on meaningful knowledge production processes, tackle challenging global issues, support reflexive learning, a...
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Este artículo parte de la asfixiante situación del Mar Menor, al sureste de España, la cual se ha visibilizado en los últimos tiempos con la aparición de toneladas de peces muertos en sus aguas. Sin embargo, este hecho no deja de ser la punta del iceberg de un conjunto de actuaciones antropogénicas sostenidas en el tiempo. El principal objetivo del...
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire process of teaching and learning moved online. This forced teachers and pupils to heavily rely on information and communications technology (ICT) and make adjustments to the new mode of teaching and learning in educational institutions. We conducted a qualitative case study by interviewing 24 teachers from S...
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Neural style transfer (NST) is a technique based on the deep learning of a convolutional neural network (CNN) to create entertaining pictures by cleverly stylizing ordinary pictures with the predetermined visual art style. However, three issues must be carefully investigated during the generation of neural-stylized artwork: the color scheme, the st...
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Previous studies have highlighted the communicative limitations of artistic visualizations, which are often too conceptual or interpretive to enhance public understanding of (and volition to act upon) scientific climate information. This seems to suggest a need for greater factuality/concreteness in artistic visualization projects, which may indeed...
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RESUMO Há décadas as inquietações com os problemas ambientais e as tentativas de encontrar soluções para os mesmos ocupam discursos e documentos e muitos autores apontam a baixa efetividade dessas políticas públicas. A emergência do tema na contemporaneidade traz à tona discussões sobre o ser humano, seus entendimentos e itinerações com e na nature...
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This study aimed to investigate seventh-grade students’ visuospatial thinking processes in an art studio environment, where students were engaged with geometrically rich artworks. The students were asked to observe minimalist artworks, then create and critique their own and others’ artworks based on the Studio Thinking Framework. Data were collecte...
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Embodied cognition, kinaesthetic knowledge, and kinesic imagination are central not only to acts of creation but also to the reception of artworks. This article substantiates this claim by focusing on sensorimotricity in art and literature, presenting two sets of analytical distinctions that pertain to dynamics in gesture and movement. The first se...
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We invite you to participate in the Workshop on Economics and Management of Popular Culture that will take place on November 2 and 3, 2022, at the Universidad Tecnológica Bolívar (Cartagena de Indias, Colombia). The workshop is organized by the Escuela Universitaria de Osuna, the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali (Colombia) and the Universidad...
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With regard to emerging requirements of the professional field, uncertainty competence is a skill to be cultivated and integrated into project management education and training. Art-based learning seems to be a promising approach because the artistic mindset is a suitable model for coping with uncertainty. However, it is widely unclear to what exte...
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RESUMO A dança e uma expressão artística muito antiga, ela vem acompanhada de diversas evoluções ao decorrer dos tempos, como a evolução da arte visual, da música e teatro. Ela surgiu desde a pré-história, quando as pessoas começaram a descobrir os sons. Na Grécia a dança era vinculada aos jogos e apresentado aos Olímpios, para isso eram criados mo...
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El objetivo de este trabajo fue revisar las publicaciones científicas que pudieran aportar evidencias acerca del papel de las artes visuales en los hospitales pediátricos. Partiendo de un trabajo anterior (Ullán y Belver, 2021) en el que se revisaron las publicaciones desde el año 2000 a 2019, se actualizó la búsqueda de publicaciones realizadas en...
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“Rhythm is an expansion of the elements that are part of the duration. In the visual arts, however, it is the way space is reconfigured to show the inner music of the individual. Rhythm is the pulse of colors, shapes or matter that appears in the appropriate time in the visual space. It can be slow, vivid, irregular, homogeneous and heterogeneous....
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The deadline of receiving articles is extended to May 15th 2022 “Rhythm is an expansion of the elements that are part of the duration. In the visual arts, however, it is the way space is reconfigured to show the inner music of the individual. Rhythm is the pulse of colors, shapes or matter that appears in the appropriate time in the visual space. I...
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In India, majority of Art institute's are promoting eco-friendly artwork through various creative practices. Innovative ideas are playing a big role in sensitizing the people with a deep understanding of Nature's role in building a fruitful environment. The Impact of frequent changes occurring in the environment is before many discussions on it are...
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Is art appreciation universal? Previous evidence suggests a general preference for representational art over abstract art, and a tendency to like art originating from one’s own culture more than another culture (an ingroup bias), modulated by art expertise. However, claims about universality are difficult given that most research has focused on Wes...
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In this work, we propose a complete framework that generates visual art. Unlike previous stylization methods that are not flexible with style parameters (i.e., they allow stylization with only one style image, a single stylization text or stylization of a content image from a certain domain), our method has no such restriction. In addition, we impl...
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Yalos Foundation presents a show about shows: it includes twenty-five show proposals by Dmitry Borshch with images that accompanied them. He identifies the proposal, specifically for a visual arts show but this identification is extendable to other kinds – theater, dance, fiction book proposals – as a genre that may be elevated into literary art by...
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It is possible to see the effects of the geography that it dominates in the music culture, as in all areas of the Byzantine empire, which hosted a synthesis culture between the east and the west. Few information and documents, mostly religious music, have reached the present day about Byzantine music, which can be divided into various groups as rel...
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Implementing curricula that parallel children's cultural histories and language and Ghana Education Service's (GES) approved creative arts resources precipitated the need to review materials listed in the new national creative arts curriculum (2019). This study explores the availability, accessibility, and cultural alignment of creative arts materi...
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A richly illustrated book about 1) day care children's early encounters with drama, storytelling, music and visual arts and 2) forms of collaboration between day care pedagogues, teachers and artists.
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This article discuss the role art and artist in the sensitization of the populace. In other words, it emphasizes the importance of art and the artist in the society .
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The term usually used in France to name intermediate places covers a multiplicity of project-spaces with a strong artistic dimension, initiated by actors of civil society pursuing primary goals other than profit-making, without necessarily being considered as cultural institutions. Their essential place – although it is still insufficiently recogni...
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Art and craft are something that signifies the human aesthetic, and cultural significance of the society. It is sometimes termed as human leisure time activity (ies) and part of the tradition which comprises the imagination, picture of god and goddess, memories of ancestor, folklore, economy and creativity or skill. In the modern era, this can be c...
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This book is an adaptation of the content of the homonymous doctoral thesis in Visual Arts by Mihai Vereștiuc (in 2012), at the Doctoral School of the "George Enescu" National University of Arts in Iași.
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With the development of communication technology and hardware technology, only continuous innovation in animation production can meet the development needs of the times. Animation has recently received substantial interest in special education. New forms of representation, including animation, multimedia, and virtual reality, are some of the key de...
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Throughout history, visual art has helped people feel connected to each other, experience a deep sense of belonging to their communities, and enhance their own well-being. In recent years, many museums have increased their digital presence to engage with the public in new ways, including curating unique virtual experiences. The present research exa...
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Resumo: O presente artigo objetiva a análise comparativa entre as obras de duas grandes artistas do século 20: a escritora brasileira Clarice Lispector (1920-1977), e a pintora surrealista norte-americana Dorothea Tanning (1910-2012). Desse modo, pretende-se analisar o conto "Preciosidade", de Clarice Lispector, presente na antologia Laços de Famíl...
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ABS TRACT: Phenomenology is one of the outs tanding theoretical paradigms in contemporary s tudies in architecture and urban planning. However, the phenomenology of place in artworks, especially painting and drawings (visual arts), through architectural modalities could be a subs tantial attempt and a new subject that needs more s tudies. The purpo...
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The article "Flipping the Classroom in Senior High School Textile Education to Enhance Students' Learning Achievement and Self-Efficacy" by (Boateng et al., 2022) to determine the approach's effectiveness through a small group intervention of flipped classroom. Textiles is one of the visual art programs that are studied in Ghana's formal educationa...
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Technological growth has resulted in simplifying various tasks previously considered tedious jobs by humans. Artificial intelligence technology has increased and is being appointed to reduce the burden of handling charges by assisting humans in their tasks. The artificial intelligence technology integrated with the wireless network systems is desig...
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The culture plays an essential role in the process of strengthening of the self-identity. Art creativity and visual art is a sensitive and truthful barometer that visually demonstrates the true state of things. The themes, events, heroes, promises are the basis of the work, they are clearly of indirectly expressed as a kind of projection of the mos...
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Visual art and artist in virtually all human activities from inception (creation) are art involved. The word “Art” today has gone beyond the conventional idea of Fine and Applied Arts to include different ways of communication in the society. Vivid and most recent examples were the artistic pictorial illustrations which were used as a measure to co...
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ABSTRACT The role of visual art and artists is one that cannot be overemphasized. The facts being that virtually all human activities from inception (creation) are art inclined. The word “Art” today has gone beyond the conventional idea which deals with Fine and Applied Arts. Rather it has and is still been used in different ways of communication...
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Modern artists are increasingly using computer technology. This can be a digital painting or graphics programs to create outline options. The Internet and digital technologies are an integral part of our world. It becomes more difficult to classify the visual arts, to determine its forms and ideas as well as to realize the role of the artist with i...
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As a late and young discipline, strategology has an interdisciplinary feature. Many disciplines are involved and/but interventions from the arts discipline are rare. However, the evaluation potential of the art discipline for strategology is high. For this purpose, magazine covers, which are evaluated within the art discipline and as a visual art p...
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This research aims to analyze the thematic diversity of the exhibition activities in the Aparte Gallery of the "George Enescu" National University of the Arts in Iasi, respectively the artistic projects made by students, professors, or guest artists of the Faculty of Visual Arts and Design, between 2005 and 2020. We will discuss a variety of format...
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This is a paper published in Archives , the electronic edition of Journal Tvrdja Theory, Culture and Visual Arts: https://tvrdja.com/political-theory/socrates-death-performed-by-hannah-arendt/ The way Arendt makes the conceptual blending of pathos and wonder is taken for granted – both by Arendt herself and by her interpreters. These concepts are...
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Was haben Bilder oder gar therapeutische Angebote wie die Kunsttherapie, in der mit Bildern gearbeitet wird, mit einer Krankheit wie Morbus Parkinson zu tun? Einen Zusammenhang zwischen Parkinson und Musiktherapie kann man sich vorstellen - aber eine Verbindung zwischen Parkinson und Kunsttherapie, also Parkinson und bildender Kunst scheint nicht s...
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The Anglo‐Venetian Giustiniana Wynne, Countess of Rosenberg Orsini, best known for her novel Les Morlaques (1788), had epistolary relations with friends from the Veneto as well as across Europe and is therefore part of the network of the European Republic of Letters. Attached to her homeland, the Republic of Venice, and also a cosmopolitan, she too...
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Identifying features of biogenic (i.e., living) habitat that attract and retain organisms is a key pursuit in ecological habitat selection research. Here we present an integrative method for creating aquatic artificial habitat modules that allow the user to isolate and flexibly manipulate structural and compositional features of replicated biogenic...
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This study examined the contextual factors that shape how young children come to value and use the visual arts in their learning. The research sought to understand more deeply, the impact of visual arts practices that are informed by sociocultural theories on children’s and their family’s perceptions and engagement with the visual arts in their lea...
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Visual arts require the ability to process, categorize, recognize, and understand a variety of visual inputs. These challenges may engage and even influence mechanisms that are also relevant for visual object recognition beyond visual arts. A domain-general object recognition ability that applies broadly across a range of visual tasks was recently...
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As human activities have destabilised life on Earth, a new geological era is upon us. While there is a myriad of challenges that have emerged because of such human-driven planetary changes, one area of investigation that requires ongoing scholarly attention and scientific debate is the emotions of the Anthropocene. The emotional, mental, and psycho...
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One of four brief essays for The Visual Commentary on Scripture, published by the Theology and Religious Studies Department, King’s College, London (https://thevcs.org/) about the parable of the Wicked Husbandmen and three representations of it in visual art: • “A nonviolent battle for justice”: Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Seventh Station: The Land Que...
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Four brief essays for The Visual Commentary on Scripture, published by the Theology and Religious Studies Department, King’s College, London (https://thevcs.org/) about the parable of the Wicked Husbandmen and three representations of it in visual art: • Texts and images: The Wicked Tenants: Mark 12:1–12 // Matt. 21:33–46 // Luke 20:9–19 // Thomas...
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Listening to Country was an arts-led research project where, as an interdisciplinary team of practitioner-researchers, we worked with incarcerated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to produce a one-hour immersive audio work based on field recordings of natural environments. The project began with a pilot phase in Brisbane Women’s Correcti...
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One of four brief essays for The Visual Commentary on Scripture, published by the Theology and Religious Studies Department, King’s College, London (https://thevcs.org/) about the parable of the Wicked Tenants/Husbandmen and three representations of it in visual art: “A most sacrilegious murder”: John Everett Millais, The Wicked Husbandmen (The Par...
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Embedded machine vision algorithm development platform is of great significance. Based on the elaboration of visual communication design, this paper further details the design of fractal visual art graphics based on computer-aided algorithms to design edge detection schemes, where edges represent sudden changes in the signal and are able to charact...