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Haptic By UNC Art Department
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This is the catalog for the 2009 University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Senior Exhibition. The catalog has representative works by the graduating studio art majors. Enjoy!
Haptic By UNC Art Department
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This is the catalog for the 2009 University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Senior Exhibition. The catalog has representative works by the graduating studio art majors. Enjoy!
penelope stewart : haptic exchanges By CRAM International
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Art catalogue,beeswax interventions of Penelope Stewart and documents the work installed at Maison Patrimoniale de Barthète, Boussan, France, The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York,... More > and Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario.< Less
Ten Close-Ups By Ruoran (Lerena) Zhao
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This is an architectural thesis done by Ruoran (Lerena) Zhao during year 2016-2017 at UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design.
Ten Close-Ups By Ruoran (Lerena) Zhao
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This is an architectural thesis done by Ruoran (Lerena) Zhao during year 2016-2017 at UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design.
The Educational Advantages of the Medew Netcher Language for Adults and Children By Bonotchi montgomery
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The author uses the wisdom of Zora Neal Hurston and the research of Cognitive Neuroscience and Haptics to reveal some of the unique attributes of this ancient African language.
Wealth of Shenanigans: The Tactile Underbelly of Concept By Gary Van Den Heuvel
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Gary Van Den Heuvel was born on a dairy farm in western Wisconsin, and he epitomized the independence of mind, humor, earthiness, and pragmatism of a working class, rural life. For most of his life... More > he worked as a solitary, independent scholar, and as a result, his penetrating vision is virtually unknown by the larger world. Gary possessed a brilliant and insightful philosophical mind that wrestled constantly and fruitfully with the great challenges of our time. The present book synthesizes his vision by combining memoir, essay, Joycean irrationality, and spiritual insight. It illuminates how an understanding of touch as the foundation of mind can shift how we live. Engaging with his ideas can help us better face the serious challenges of our current situation through a radical shift in our philosophical paradigm. Van Den Heuvel also abridged his hero Susanne K. Langer’s three-volume masterwork Mind: An Essay on Human Feeling for The Johns Hopkins University Press, which published it in 1988.< Less
Interactivation – towards an e-cology of people, our technological environment, and the arts By Bert Bongers
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Bert Bongers approaches the relationship between people and technology as an electronic ecology, and proposes to design and develop the interactions based on experiences in the arts, music and... More > architecture. This PhD Dissertation reflects his background and experience in engineering, human sciences, and the arts. It describes his research projects and developments of interfaces from the intimate scale of musical instruments to the spatial scale of architecture, from haptic feedback devices to video performances.< Less
the raw [thesis book] By Dace Russell
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Architecture of the 20 & 21st century predominately serves to sterilize our lives and homogonize experience. the raw is a call to contaminate our cities, architecture, and experiences with a... More > comprehension of the changing processes inherent in the materials architects deploy to define their spaces. I believe that an authentic expression of the colour, smell, and haptic tactility of the processes inherent in our materials can manifest a more tangible link with the denizens of our environments? Might this type of stimulation infuse our buildings with a more accessible dialogue between architecture and our human physiology?< Less
wild life rifle fire By Paul Siegell
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Paul Siegell's wild life rifle fire proves, if proof were needed, that the electrifying art of Concrete Poetry is not dead! Siegell's book-length carmen figuratum not only flashes the reader back to... More > the heady first days of the Noigrandes Group in São Paulo and Eugen Gomringer's adventures in VisPo, but even further back to Medieval anagrams, Greek bucolic poems and Sumerian figure poems. Here we find DaDa dynamite and typographical talismans freshened by a poet whose native gifts imbue this exciting work with a whole new sense of "poetic object." Siegell's haptic heroism compels the reader to re-examine the basic elements of a language that we too often taken for granted, in the process creating an energetic and always surprising work of both visual art and poetry. Not to be missed! —Vladimir Slender-Hedge< Less