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Latest publications:
From Dye to Identity: Linking Saffron to Stigmatizing Jewish Dress Codes and the Paradox of a Yellow-robed Moses in the Sistine Chapel

A significant link between Jewish identify and saffron was established in antiquity resulting in its application in stigmatizing yellow markers and ignored significance in masterpieces like the Sistine Chapel.

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Published Online: September 30, 2016

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Counterfactual Thoughts in Photography

The concept of counterfactuals has appeared in past decades in science and humanities and has become popular as a genre in media and the fine arts, in particular in photography.

Article: Print

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Published Online: September 30, 2016

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Connecting in Multiple Non-linear Ways: Aesthetic Awareness on the Fireground

Emergency service practitioners see in "black and white" and act immediately, paradoxically relying on an aesthetic framework which reflects that of an artist.

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Published Online September 1, 2016

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Embodied Realism: A New Aesthetic for ArtScience?

The emerging discourse of embodied realism connects our powers of thought and imagination to our sensorimotor faculties and experiences, opening the door to a new aesthetic of ArtScience

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Published Online: July 5, 2016

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What happens when you turn twice? Where the pictorial turn meets the material turn

Considering the link between the lives of artworks and their agency in light of new materialism, this contribution looks at Barad's agential realism and its relevance to art theory.

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Published Online: June 3, 2016

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Active Learning and Teaching Graphic Design History

Graphic design students present design history concepts to each other in combination with museum visits to view design artifacts. Students became active learners who incorporate the concepts into their practice.

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Published Online: May 20, 2016

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A Theory on the Ontology of Site-Reliant Immersive Environments

This research examines the poetics of architecture dependent immersive environments created as artistic interventions attached to the lived world, from a topological and ontological perspective.

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Published Online: April 4, 2016

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The International Journal of Arts Theory and History , Volume 11, Issue 3, September, 2016

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Issue: Print (Authors Only)

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Issue: Print

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Artistic Practice and the Studio

This paper addresses the question of how the studio is embedded in an artist’s actual practice, or how the artist’s actions turn a space into a studio.

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Published Online: April 1, 2016

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Reaching to Heaven: Similarities between Early French Gothic Cathedrals and Medieval Bagan Temples

This paper explores similarities of imagery, architectural elements and religious practice as portrayed in Early Gothic Cathedrals in France, and medieval Buddhist stupas and temples in Bagan, Myanmar.

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Published Online: January 21, 2016

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