-Scientific images and looking practices are dependent on cultural context and culturally
informed interpretation as images from popular culture, art, and the news.
-British theorist of science and medicine- Nikolas Rose
-Proposes that in the 2
Maquette- a small model used for planning and guiding the creation of a sculpture.
Subtractive Carving- cutting away material from an existing piece of some hard
material, such as wood, stone, or ivory.
Tensile Strength- a measure of the ability of a
Chapter 10 P.O.L part 1
Seyla Benhabib- political theorist emphasized the importance of voluntary self-ascription
to a religious or cultural identity, as well as those who hold minority views must be
granted the same rights as those with majority views.
Chapter 8 Postmodernism, Indie Media, and Popular Culture pgs. 307-322
SIMULACRA and SIMULATION-French philosopher Jean Baudrillard
suggests that with the rise of media technologies for making models of the real, the
relationship between the model and the
Chapter 3, 4, 5 Art of Seeing
Pattern: an all over design created by repetition of figures.
Variety: change rather than sameness in design elements.
Transitions: the abrupt or gradual change from one portion of a design to
Contrast: abrupt change
Chapters 6-9 Art of Seeing
Print- an image made by transferring ink from a worked surface onto a surface, usually
paper, and usually multiples.
Blind Embossing- Pressing an un-inked, cut plate of metal against paper to create a
sculptured, un-inked image.
Sherry Turkles speech, Connected but Alone shares plausible statements of the
use of technology and where it is taking us. It matters to me because I think were
setting ourselves up for trouble, trouble certainly in how we relate to ea
Chapter 10: POL p. 408
-Nitin Gocil, media scholar: Idea that Bollywood was ever supposed to represent the
nation is a foundational fiction
-Bollywood gained success on features that take millions of investments and long
REFLEXIVITY AND POSTMODERN IDENTITY
-Shermans photography engages theories of looking and sexual difference by giving
visual texts that comment on womens places on both sides of camera
-Combines performance art and ethnography
-Adopts the style
Chapter 12: Product and Clothing Design p. 381 AOS
-In 20th century, womens emancipation from stricter Victorian standards opened the way
for greater freedom in their clothing
-High fashion is driven by considerations such as current fashion trends and co
Amber Cases We Are All Cyborgs Now explains to the
audience why she studies cyborg anthropology. At the end of her speech, she
states, Things are beautiful, and its still a human connection, its just done in a
different way. Were just