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 juxtaposition technique has also been applied to deliver targeted messaging on social action issues action issues with the "Looking at Democracy" challenge and a design proposal on integrating product lifecycle management information onto packaging materials for the sixth Annual International LCM conference.
The Juxtapositions series seeks to understand music by combining it with film and observing what the synthesis can tell us about each medium.
This is the scenario posited by "Part Object Part Sculpture." In a tour de force of selection and juxtaposition, curator Helen Molesworth uses the work of twenty artists to put forward a tightly focused alternative to received histories of sculpture since the midcentury.
superhero comic Marvelman (Miracleman in the United States), Moore changed the rules of the game, introducing pastiche, artful juxtapositions, intertextuality (in which real and invented portions from novels, histories, and other sources flesh out the story), an obsession with historical eras (in particular the Victorian and Edwardian periods), and a flair for the ominous and surreal.
It would be possible to say (and many have said it) that Mark Podwal is himself an unexpected juxtaposition. At his work table, he is an artist; in his office, he is a physician.
Overall, this is a strong release of artistic value to fans of both music and film and bodes well for the future of the Juxtapositions series.
In it, visitor circulation routes through the building are fused with circuits that suggest links and mutual influences between cultures, established through geographical juxtaposition and those trade routes so redolent of romance, such as the Silk Route that historically connected lands between India and China.
Each chapter receives its meaning only through juxtaposition with other chapters, indeed through opposition.
So it's not surprising that the work is all about landscape, about context and unlikely juxtapositions. In a set of strange, lyrical dances set to Arcangelo Corelli's Sonata, Op.
I have shown these juxtapositions of machine-gun demonstrations with semi-automatic commentaries, which last just a few seconds, to introductory sociology classes.
Wearing a German army helmet and with its front paws coming together in prayer to form labial folds, the dog might even stand as a model for the exhibition--its parts flowing seamlessly into each other yet forming quite unpredictable juxtapositions.
Souto de Moura's extrapolation from the old is so very delicately executed, the new is expressed with such refinement, that the enormous dignity of the place has taken on new life while the various juxtapositions of old and new, the clearly expressed seams, are a constant source of delight.