phantasmagoria


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phantasmagoria

, phantasmagory
Films a sequence of pictures made to vary in size rapidly while remaining in focus
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'The artist is audacious in his use of the Philippine mural tradition as well as Latin American magic realism and Bosch-like phantasmagoria.'
Even in our contemporary literature, we won't find similar passions, metamorphoses and phantasmagoria. All this has become the gist and essence of my choreographic reflections", he added.
The previous highest charting album was Phantasmagoria, reaching No.11 in 1985.
They were awarded the first prize of the independent portal Dollplanet.ru in the nomination "Phantasmagoria" in Moscow.
Notwithstanding the EnlightmentAEs emphasis on the material world, rationalism and modern science, romantic haunting sprouts ghosts, phantasmagoria, haunted houses, and specters.
The themes of her work revolve around imaginative flights of phantasmagoria, which are deeply rooted in mythology.
As with all her works in the past, the artist draws inspiration from fantasy, sword and sorcery, phantasmagoria and fairytales.
In the 1980s, when the term was first coined, VR epitomized the cumbrous simulacra of the era: All Max Headroom stutter and cyberpunk goggles, it was an apparent culmination of the long fantasy of living in total illusion, a history spanning phantasmagoria to the Circarama, holographic video, surround sound, dome theaters, and experience machines.
In that time, as our photo essay starting on page 16 reveals, Cassini and its sidekick probe Huygens have delivered a phantasmagoria of jaw-dropping snapshots of Saturn, its rings, and its moons.
Late nineteenth-century Vienna and the end of the Hapsburg Empire likewise become inextricably tangled with the development of hypnotism and phantasmagoria shows popular in "early gothic culture in Europe" (117).
DEADLY NEW GOTH NIGHT PHANTASMAGORIA - Fibber Magee's PHEVER: Warehouse Club Party - The Wiley Fox, [euro]8/12
That's what singing star Wynne Evans will be thinking about when he teams up with Welsh Sinfonia today in a musical re-imagining of Lewis Carroll's Phantasmagoria.