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Ecotourism Practised by Host Communities and Authorities in Iran: Conservation or Destruction Ecotourism Practised by Host Communities and Authorities in Iran: Conservation or Destruction Sanaz Tasougi Azar International Graduate Study Preparation Program (IGSPP) University of British Columbia, Canada
Research paper_Sanaz Tasougi Azar.pdf
Sanaz Tasougi Azar Research paper_Sanaz Tasougi Azar.pdf
George Weston 20 March 2019 1 The Post-War Necessity of The Void and the Importance of Yves Klein’s “Priming” of the Viewer Marcel Duchamp’s ‘The Creative Act’ from 1957 uses the term “art coefficient” to refer to the conflicting relationship between ‘raw art’ before an analysis within an art discourse, and the subsequent unintended meaning given by the audience, detached from the artist’s ambitions (12). The “unintentionally expressed” aspects of art interested Duchamp, resulting in the birth
The Post-War Necessity of The Void and the Importance of Yves Klein’s “Priming” of the Viewer
George Weston The Post-War Necessity of The Void and the Importance of Yves Klein’s “Priming” of the Viewer
Weston 1 George Weston 25 November 2018 How Boccioni and Giacometti portray Motion in their Sculpture to convey Opposite Philosophies. Both Umberto Boccioni and Alberto Giacometti used bronze figurative sculpture to react to their experience of contemporary living. Boccioni’s Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, from 1913, utilizes a sense of dynamism to positively comment on the speed of modernised life and the potential that technology bestows on modern society. I found some interesting simila
How Boccioni and Giacometti portray Motion in their Sculpture to convey Opposite Philosophies
George Weston How Boccioni and Giacometti portray Motion in their Sculpture to convey Opposite Philosophies
Stephanie Wu Instrument 2: Tarptics (Partial)
Stephanie Wu Attempt To Abstract A Photograph Of A Framed Pinup Poster, On A Pinup Poster, In a Replica Neo-Classical Interior
Stephanie Wu Scyanotype 1
Stephanie Wu Ramblings of a Psychiatrist at Dude Chilling
Stephanie Wu Creative-cognitive Device: Foto.
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