hyperreality

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hyperreality

‘the world of self-referential signs’ – ‘the new linguistic condition of society’, according to BAUDRILLARD, in which the alleged ‘real’ is no more real than the thing which feigns it.
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Narendra Modi has been given a mandate to project India's power according to a realistic world view, extending up to a hyper-realism or even the offensive realism principles that go hand in hand with the principle of strategic autonomy.
He makes clear the denotation of the language of self, hyper-realism and truth in the middle American emancipation of self, waste of sexuality in mid-America, power and the formation of hegemony, terrorism in the language of self as the foundation of future criticism, and isolation and the language of self.
Critics said the film seemed overamplified and that the increased clarity yielded a discombobulating hyper-realism that contrasted poorly with the set design.
The author then grounds the subject of media representation, notably through Jean Baudrillard's concepts of simulacrum and hyper-realism, while the online dating phenomenon and the rapid rise of social networking websites are explained through the lens of Herbert Blumer's work on symbolic interactionism and Erving Goffman's notion of self-performance.
While we wouldn't call it a real simulator, the developers managed to implement an engine that perfectly drew the line between hyper-realism (very-niche) to realistic enough (somewhat less niche).
The independent art gallery describes it as "an ambitious undertaking", with the exhibition set to include the work of seven established artists with shared fascination for representational art and with styles ranging from portraiture to hyper-realism.
In a secularised society unaccustomed to the visceral excesses of Counter-Reformation Spanish Catholicism, there was clearly much consternation and even some embarrassment as to how one should react to such visual hyper-realism. John the Baptist's severed head by Juan de Mesa, probably modelled on an actual human specimen, was displayed in the same room as Alonso Cano's painting of The Vision of Saint Bernard, in which the lactating Madonna squirts breast milk into the saint's mouth.
Museum of Unfine Art, 537 Willamette St., features a show entitled "Manic and Hyper-Realism," including paintings by Shawn Mediaclast and Jeremy Covert.
As pure spectacle, pic is superb throughout--all sharp-edged, vivid tones, richly illuminated to the point of hyper-realism, whether framing in close-up Jin's craftsmanship or simply taking in claustrophobic domestic spaces that seem to have been lifted directly from interior-design catalogs.
Imagina 2009 will then propose more emphasis on 3D contribution into Automobile design and production cycles highlighted by conferences on Digital mock-up, extended scope, Simulation, Hyper-realism and Real Time, animated by experts, professional, witnessing through cases and evidences.
David Fincher's trashcan tour of branded consumption and disposal in Fight Club (1999) seems like a novelty digital effect shot now, but when I first saw it, I was disturbed and intrigued by a cinematic language that could blend a terrain flyover with the hyper-realism of Fantastic Voyage (1966).