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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This process of juxtaposing texts and sign systems is what semioticians call Transmediation.
At each agency, she took a photograph and saved the receipt, recording the transaction to compose a final work that, juxtaposing these two documents, is police-evidence simple.
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.
Jasperse is a compositional craftsman, juxtaposing dynamic contrasts, dissolving quartets into duos, modifying solos with complementary background motifs by the others, keeping the stage alive with coherent, provocative imagery.
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.
Conclude with an index and bibliography and you have guides which are stand-alone references by topic, but lending to further interest and research, with chapters juxtaposing biographies of important people with social, cultural and historical introductions.
The oversized presentation and striking arrangement juxtaposing art works with recipes, cultural insights and music assures recipients receive a full taste of Zydeco culture.
Interior (tracking shot): Rather than attempting to reproduce the events organized in Damascus and Saida (where the large-format contemporary photos were shown in highly visible public spaces and the digital copies of vintage images were distributed among surrounding shops), the exhibit at the Musee Niepce was conceived as a kind of walk-through travel album juxtaposing the experiences of the three artists with judiciously chosen photos and drawings from the past.
Without the horizontal and vertical transparency gained by layering and juxtaposing extensive planes of glass, Nouvel's architecture could not possibly be so changeable, so memorable and so inviting to passers-by.