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High Fives and Neil Young for the Road: Lynda Barry’s "Writing the Unthinkable" as an Aesthetic Experience

Stories involving a dog with a connection to Neil Young’s music were formed through images via cartoonist Lynda Barry’s method, Writing The Unthinkable. They subsequently take form as comic strips-in-progress.

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Published online: June 18, 2014

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Photoshop: Genesis of the Anti-image

How does Photoshop brings into focus the non-imagistic quality of the image? Contemporary artist, Rudd van Empel and the Mannerist painter Giuseppe Archimboldo will provide case studies for this analysis.

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Published online: June 18, 2014

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The The Digital Sublime of Feminine Spectacle in Busby Berkeley's "Footlight Parade" and Roy Lichtenstein's "Nudes with Beach Ball": Female Flesh Represented as Conceptualized Kinesthesia in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

This paper discusses the postmodern sublime existing in the works of Roy Lichtenstein and Busby Berkeley’s musicals, particularly concerning their methods of representing female bodies through quantified objectification.

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Published online: June 18, 2014

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The Artist's Perspective: Original Works of Art in the Digital Era

This paper aims to deeply explore the unique meaning of original artwork and show how digital technology can serve in a supplementing role as a creative partner.

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Published online: June 18, 2014

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Art as Communication: Employing Gricean Principles of Communication as a Model for Art Appreciation

I argue for art as communication and attempt to understand aesthetic preferences by employing an existing model of verbal communication, one that focuses on meaning construction, to art viewing.

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Published online: June 5, 2014

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Recombinant Media Chaos: The Image after New Media

In "post new media" network culture, images inhabit encoded streams that compete for emergence. Artists use strategies such as glitch and appropriation to work within the resulting recombinant media chaos.

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Published online: June 5, 2014

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Control and Surrender: Negotiating the Risks and Rewards of Online Performances and Images

This paper considers how the online performer might negotiate the risks and rewards of control and surrender at work within online performances and images.

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Published online: June 5, 2014

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Observations and Models

Applying the practice of graphic design into the iterative process of creating models and influencing scientific observation is the topic of this paper.

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Published online: June 5, 2014

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Wayne's World(s): The Emergent Image and Image Making in the Design of the Comic as Sequential Art

This interdisciplinary case study examines how a Webcomic artist juggles multiple design goals in drawing images. We seek to broaden understanding of the polysemic nature of the emergent image.

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Published online: June 5, 2014

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The Affective Intensity of Images: Images as a Catalyst for Transformative Learning

I discuss how images and image-making are a catalyst for transformative learning due their ‘affective intensity’ as a form of experiential knowing.

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Published online: June 4, 2014

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