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Creating Networks as an Alternative Imagining of a Collective Memory: The Cases of Forges de Clabecq and the Meirebeek Valley

This is a research project focusing on the imagination of a collective memory of a place (an urban fragment, a landscape ...) by using networks.

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Published Online: November 3, 2016

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"Blau"—Longing and the Repetitions of (Deleuzian) Becoming

This article explores "place in the making"—that is the nomadic place of non-territorialized being, involving both new and traditional fine art media.

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Published Online: November 3, 2016

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Everted Sanctuaries: Visualizing Introversion

Informed by a framework of personality theory and psychological studies, Everted Sanctuaries explores the moving image as a vehicle to communicate about the complex needs of introverts.

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Published Online: November 3, 2016

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Image Prepare: Image Repair, Inoculation Theory, and Anticipated Attacks on Credibility

This article explores the potential of combining image repair with inoculation theory to design preemptive image protection that features the nuance of image repair typology and inoculation theory’s preemptive efficacy.

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Published Online: November 3, 2016

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Berlin: Representing Urban Change in Postcards, City Advertising, and Social Media

A set of images showing the different ways that urban changes occurred in Berlin since Reunification are perceived and represented by the local government, the tourism industry and citizen’s movements.

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Published Online: September 1, 2016

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The Tension between "Mind" and "Brain" in Biomedical Imaging: Shifting Notions of Personhood

This paper looks at the cultural effects of biomedical brain imaging on philosophical notions of mind, personhood, health, and pathology.

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Published Online: July 6, 2016

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Everything is [Not] Awesome: Critique and Embrace of Ideology in The Lego Movie

The article provides a Marxist reading of the film The Lego Movie, showing how the movie critiques but ultimately embraces imperial ideology.

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Published Online: July 6, 2016

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Originality, Experientiality and Experientism: Moving Beyond Post-Modernism

This essay examines the concepts of originality and experientiality comparing Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960) and Gus Van Sant's homonymous shot-for-shot remake (1998).

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Published Online: June 28, 2016

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The Cinematic Gaze of the Other: How Are Images Watching You?

I am redefining the notion of the gaze according to Lacanian psychoanalysis and applying in to the studies of images in therms of desire and the production of the Other.

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Published Online: June 3, 2016

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Under the Influence of the "Great Mother" Archetype: Photographing Raw Clay Bruneian Landscapes through an Ecofeminist Lens

Using her alter-ego persona, the "Kiln Priestess," as a Jungian archetypal reference, Geiger-Ho explores the principles of ecofeminism in her recent natural landscape photographs of Brunei Darussalam.

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Published Online: June 3, 2016

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