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Transfiguration of the commonplace : an examination of the process whereby ubiquitous, mass-produced things in the world, such as photomechanical reproductions and other utilitarian objects are transformed into artworks, paintings, drawings, sculptures an

Shorrock, Brian Leslie. 1995, Transfiguration of the commonplace : an examination of the process whereby ubiquitous, mass-produced things in the world, such as photomechanical reproductions and other utilitarian objects are transformed into artworks, paintings, drawings, sculptures and collages, which permits their subsequent transfiguration into "images" pictured in the mind of each percipient who generates meaning in accordance with their individual predisposition, M.A. thesis, Deakin University.


Title Transfiguration of the commonplace : an examination of the process whereby ubiquitous, mass-produced things in the world, such as photomechanical reproductions and other utilitarian objects are transformed into artworks, paintings, drawings, sculptures and collages, which permits their subsequent transfiguration into "images" pictured in the mind of each percipient who generates meaning in accordance with their individual predisposition
Author Shorrock, Brian Leslie.
Institution Deakin University
Faculty Faculty of Arts
Degree name M.A.
Date submitted 1995
Keyword(s) Art - Philosophy
Aesthetics
Picture interpretation
Visual perception
Language eng
Description of original vi, 78 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm. + 80 slides in 4 pocketed sheets.
Dewey Decimal Classification 700.1
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30027690

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