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Intimate gestures: A series of explorations on the body's intimate relations with its space
This paper constitutes a series of explorations around space and intimacy in relation to duration and memory. A prose, at the beginning of the paper, examines household chores as markers of time and space – days carved ...
Date Kerri Kieser: An exploration in experiential art
This paper is an exploration of experiential art through the art project, Date Kerri Kieser. The project was an attempt to create an experiential media art project by emphasizing the event of the recording rather than the ...
The perceived value of social supportive practices for individuals managing eating disorders
Research indicates individuals living with eating disorders report dissatisfaction with the quality of social support they receive (Rorty, Yager, Buckwalter, & Rossotto, 1999; Tiller et al., 1997). The current study ...
Italian opera from Verdi to Verismo: Boito and la Scapigliatura
The Scapigliatura : literally, existential disheveledness, designates an ambiguous, reformist movement in Italian art, literature, and music ca. 1858-1895. A veritable chameleon on the surface, at once seeming avant-garde, ...
Where is space located in architecture? Tradition would place it in the embodied form of the building itself. This project explores an alternate location – a location within the space of representation. There has been an ...
The resurrection of traditional Japanese architecture toward the twenty-first century: The architecture of Shigeru Ban
Japan's period of self-imposed national seclusion from 1641 to 1854 created an environment where a uniquely Japanese culture could develop, including a singular style of Japanese architecture. However, the arrival of ...
Queer melodramatics: The feeling body and the American democratic imagination
Queer Melodramatics: The Feeling Body and the American Democratic Imagination seeks to locate and analyze the ways in which the rational, enfranchised democratic citizen-subject is produced through the generation and ...
Francis Bacon: Order, chance and the abject body
This examination looks at the work of British painter Francis Bacon (1909-1992) and his desire to portray sensation through the human figure. Bacon’s utilization of the figure put him at odds with the contemporary art ...
Stress Test examines the boundaries between post-modern popular music and twenty-first century western art music.
The effects of motivation and training format on the ability to detect hidden emotions
This is the first study to examine the effects of motivation, exposure, training style, reinforcement and personality on the ability to read micro expressions of emotion. These micro expressions are important to learn as ...