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2007 ARCC Spring Research Conference By Alison Kwok
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Architectural research investigates issues related to the physical, aesthetic, and social aspects of the built environment, including the well-being of its inhabitants. Architectural education... More > promotes the understanding of principles, concepts and lessons learned from practice and architectural research. In practice, designers and clients exchange a variety of ideas, problems, strategies, and solutions. Ultimately, we seek ways to link research and practice to the classroom so that our students will become better stewards of the environment. This year’s theme, “Green Challenges” offers a venue for participants to present research issues that help move architectural education to a greener and sustainable future. The conference is open to a diversity of topics yet focused on current research, innovations, programs, and activities.< Less
How to Break Up with Yourself By Brian Steele and Jonathan Terranova
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SCAD’s student-run Fine Arts Organization presents How to Break Up with Yourself, a group exhibition of student artwork broaching notions of narcissism & humility in contemporary culture.... More > Works by Serene Al-Kawas, Seana Reilly, Brian Steele, Jonathan Terranova, and Marcia Vaitsman encourage viewers to consider their own physical, interpretive and aesthetic responses to society’s seemingly ubiquitous love affair with the self particularly in relation to new social networking technologies. Contributing writers include: Alfredo Jaar, Jonathan Lerner, Jerry Cullum, Hank Willis Thomas, Cinque Hicks, Dorian McDuffie, and Fahamu Pecou< Less
A Nature Anthology By Ron Kostyniuk et al.
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Kostyniuk has delved into this realm of aesthetic purity for over 50 years, continually grappling with new ways with which to visualize inherent structural properties in a mode readily communicable... More > to others. His work is ultimately social, and seeks to engage humanity by providing the optimal conditions with which viewers can participate with his art. The constructed relief has provided Kostyniuk with a vehicle for realizing those goals, its combination of 2- and 3-dimensional properties – originally derived from painting and sculpture - developed into abstractions by the relational placement of geometric forms, along with their meticulous color modulation.< Less
2007 ARCC Spring Research Conference By Alison Kwok
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Architectural research investigates issues related to the physical, aesthetic, and social aspects of the built environment, including the well-being of its inhabitants. Architectural education... More > promotes the understanding of principles, concepts and lessons learned from practice and architectural research. In practice, designers and clients exchange a variety of ideas, problems, strategies, and solutions. Ultimately, we seek ways to link research and practice to the classroom so that our students will become better stewards of the environment. This year’s theme, “Green Challenges” offers a venue for participants to present research issues that help move architectural education to a greener and sustainable future. The conference is open to a diversity of topics yet focused on current research, innovations, programs, and activities.< Less
Profile of Pragmatic Impairment In Communication By Richard Linscott et al.
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The Profile of Pragmatic Impairment in Communication (PPIC) is designed for the clinical assessment of pragmatic language impairment. It is based on an extension of the Grice's analysis of... More > implicature and includes subscales for the assessment of literal content, general participation in conversation, the quantity of utterances, the quality of utterances, internal relation, external relation, clarify of expression, social style, subject matter, and the aesthetics of communication behaviour. The PPIC is an observer rating scale intended for use in clinical practice by clinical psychologists, speech-language therapists, and other trained practitioners. This PDF includes brief background information on PPIC construction, training, and administration; brief details on PPIC reliability and validity; definitions of PPIC item content; a printable PPIC report form for use in your clinical practice; and scoring instructions.< Less
Mother, can you hear me NOW? By L J Lynn
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Shakespeare wrote of the Seven Ages of Man in which the cycle of life begins as a helpless child grows through the Spring, develops during the Summer, matures during the lengthy Autumn, and slides... More > towards death during the stiffening Winter of life. These metaphorical seasons are common in literature, but they are never so real as they are in life itself. Visual arts is another related presentation of emotions which, when coupled with music, is as emotionally stirring as poetry is using words to impress the visual and auditory aesthetics. There is no limitation to the resources that contribute to the overall effectiveness of artistic presentation. The interaction of words and their meanings in variable senses contributes to the overall creative use of language to say without saying so that the reader can imagine clearly without actually seeing and feel without ever really DOING anything other than to read and relate freely.< Less
RELIGION AND LITERATURE: CONTRIBUTIONS TO A DIALOGUE By Thomas Daffern
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This essay considers the complex ways in which religion and literature overlap. It is written by someone deeply involved in the practice of literature, as a poet of many years, as well as a teacher... More > and academic specialist in the history and philosophy of religions, especially in relation to peace and conflict. This succinct essay is the fruit of some 30 years of deep reflection and thought on a subject of profound importance to the direction humanity chooses to guide our lives today and in the future. Many of the great religions of mankind are based on texts - how are we understand their relative merits and significance ? What criteria can we use ? Ethical or Aesthetic ? Religions also use analogy and metaphor to express their versions of truth, as does poetry and literature - but do religion and literature share a common understanding of truth, or differ in their expectations ?< Less
RELIGION AND LITERATURE: CONTRIBUTIONS TO A DIALOGUE By Thomas Daffern
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This essay considers the complex ways in which religion and literature overlap. It is written by someone deeply involved in the practice of literature, as a poet of many years, as well as a teacher... More > and academic specialist in the history and philosophy of religions, especially in relation to peace and conflict. This succinct essay is the fruit of some 30 years of deep reflection and thought on a subject of profound importance to the direction humanity chooses to guide our lives today and in the future. Many of the great religions of mankind are based on texts - how are we understand their relative merits and significance ? What criteria can we use ? Ethical or Aesthetic ? Religions also use analogy and metaphor to express their versions of truth, as does poetry and literature - but do religion and literature share a common understanding of truth, or differ in their expectations ?< Less
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Vanishing Acts By Eileen Isagon Skyers
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In Vanishing Acts, Eileen Isagon Skyers looks at the role of network-based art practices as an aesthetic critique of our engagement with interface technologies that are increasingly seamless and,... More > largely, undetectable. There’s a direct correlation between the imperceptible interface and the distracted nature of human cognition. There are certain urgencies assailing our nervous systems now that were simply never there before. And despite our endless customization of web content, we’re unable to observe the computational processes that make the information manifest. In this situation, net art has the ability to reveal something quite crucial about the changing nature of subjectivity in relation to technology’s gradual “vanishing act.” Net art often employs retromediation and anachronism to call into question some of the actions inherent to networked space. These practices subvert the ruling tendencies and assumptions of screen-based operation, namely, transparency and interactivity.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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