Juxtaposition

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Juxtaposition

The state or position of being placed close together or side by side, so as to allow comparison or to create contrast.
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The result is a deft juxtaposing of 24 exquisite Impressionist paintings paired with the engaging lines of a simple, joyful poem about sunlight.
The elements of modern garden design technique actually begins in the Victorian era and continues to modern times around the world: Janet Waymark's collection reflects world trends and changes as it follows innovations post-1900, juxtaposing different approaches to landscape design.
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In the present exhibition, "La herida" (The Wound), he further explores this feeling through paintings that continue to make use of his habitual method of juxtaposing two different spaces on a single visual plane.
This process of juxtaposing texts and sign systems is what semioticians call Transmediation.
By juxtaposing an existing imposed symmetry projected in the facade and plan of a new building with these two aspects of the programme, Saucier & Perrotte have imbued a modest interior design project with material and spatial significance.
She reads Alsemero's virginity test by juxtaposing it to Freud's letters to Fliess and his studies on hysteria, as well as to the history of early modern medicine.
Juxtaposing symbols and conventions he becomes a maker of theatrical collages, leaving it to us to assemble the pieces.