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In the contemporary context, if something is presented as _______ it is evaluated as art
The 4 criteria we use to analyze art are _________, visual/formal properties, subject matter and context
"....in viewing a drawn lime we follow the record of a path of motion, and our viewing involved, on several levels, a trajectory of vision, the movement of our eyes,mans thus of our _________"
"Looking is a __________ practice, whether we do it by choice or by compliance"
We engage in practices of looking to _____________, to influence, and to be influenced
_____________ refers to the use of language and images to create meaning about the world around us
The world is not simply reflected back to us through representations that stand in for things by copying their appearance. We _________ the meaning of things through the process of representing them
The denote tie meaning of the image refers to its literal, explicit meaning, the same photograph may ___________ less explicit, more culturally specific associations and meanings
An __________ sign is one in which the sign and the maker of the sign coexisted in the same place at some time. Examples: a footprint, a photograph, an artists mark on a piece of paper
"....the function of art is an extension of the function of the _________ namely the acquisition of knowledge about the world"
The brain is not a mere passive chronicler of external events and (...) perceiving is not therefore something the brain does passively. Rather, the brain is an active participant in ______________ what we see, through which it installs meaning into the many signals that it receives and thus gains knowledge about the world which, of course, it can only do
The brain....... Is able to discard all the variations in the wavelength-energy composition of the light reflected from a surface and assign a _________________ colour to it
Semir Zeki explains the neurological definition of the term _____________ as follows, "it is not vagueness or uncertainty, but rather certainty, the certainty of different scenarios each one of which has equal validity with the other. There is no correct answer because all answers are correct"
Linear ____________ is a mathematical system in which orthagonals converge on a vanishing point, addressing a single viewer standing at a single, fixed, vantage point
The forms of seen objects occur in the soul and take shape in the __________
A concept of bodily inferiority can only emerge if the inside and outside of the body are seen as ____________ and clearly distinguishable from one another
The Renaissance convention for displaying bodies without skin is called
That the gendered body is _________ suggests that it has no ontological status apart from the various acts, which constitute it's reality.
Many aspects of a person _________ change throughout their lifetime
The roles, characteristics and activities that distinguish men from women are not innate but socially _______
A trams body asks that the wonder of the world _________ it within all of the worlds resplendent glory
Me being the artist that I am is not a part of whatever story or ________ is cast h me largely by white society
The Canadian art historian ___________ wrote a outs Francois Maleoart de Beaucourt
Having done this, they become both the _______ and interpreters of the artifacts or goods that have survived from that dying culture, artifacts that become rare and therefore valueable
Who created the spirit of haida gwaii
Who made portrait of artist as hunter
Terry barrett describes the term ____________ as that quality of a depiction which allows the viewer to quickly and easily recognize what it is a picture of
Collins English dictionary describes the term __________ as a style of painting and sculpture that seeks to represent the familiar or typical in real life, rather than an idealized, formalized, or romantic interpretation of it
Terry Barrett describes Baudrillards concept of the ___________ as