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Latest publications:
Rethinking Yayoi Kusama: Neuroaesthetics, Asobi, and the Creative Practice

This paper examines Yayoi's expansive project from orthodox neuroaesthetic and autoethnographic perspectives, and develops extended explanations for her extraordinary invention as excercises in asobi, or play, as a creative disposition.

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Fragmented Cinema: Andy Warhol’s Reconstruction as Author

This is a study of the manner in which Andy Warhol's films serve to fragment Warhol the creative director and re-inscribe him as "Warhol" the phenomenon.

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Iconoclasm as Catharsis: Anselm Kiefer and the Seeds of Memory

This article explores Kiefer's concept of art as a tool for the exploration of memory as well as a means of confronting trauma to understand individual and national identity.

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Flesh for Fantasy: A Semiotic Contemplation on the Paintings of Mark Ryden

This study analyzes images of children in paintings by a contemporary artist, where the observer is placed in a position of tension with regards to interpretation, emotion, and credibility.

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Vietnamese Artists Using Tam-giao Metaphors in Visual Arts to Express their Concerns in the Global Anthropocene Transformation, 2005–15

This research examines how the use of Tam-giao metaphors in Vietnamese works of art (2005-2015) express the artists’ concerns about the anthropocene and how this condition impacts on future generations.

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Published Online: January 31, 2017

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The Mutilation of Women in Surrealist Art Works

This is an analysis of surrealist art and its misogynistic portrayal of women as Medusa figures.

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In Search of Identity: Chinese Calligraphy in Twentieth-Century Hong Kong

This article sheds light on Chinese calligraphy as an art form and a vehicle mapping and interpreting the development of cultural identity in twentieth-century Hong Kong.

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Published Online: January 18, 2017

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Navel Gazing: On Albrecht Dürer's Adam and Eve (1504)

This article examines a neglected detail of one of the most famous images of the Renaissance; the depiction of the navel by Dürer in his Adam and Eve engraving (1504).

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Published Online: November 15, 2016

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The International Journal of Arts Theory and History , Volume 12, Issue 1

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The Material Image: Artists’ Approaches to Reproducing Texture in Art

This research explores the relationship between imaging, artists’ approaches to reproducing representations of the attributes of material qualities, the fluid dynamics of a painterly mark, and 2.5D relief in printing.

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Published Online: October 25, 2016

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