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A second review of the work written by Jon Corey suggests that guilt is a main theme in the work.Though this would seem to set the piece off balance, Picasso did a great job of keeping the work very well balanced through the use of color and line.I think Moran did the piece this way because he wanted to include the feeling of the large sky without actually showing it.He did this by creating large dark and light areas throughout the piece.The bridge railings were positioned just enough off center to prevent the work from being perfectly symmetrical, but the work is still very well balanced.
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At the outset, “Café Muller” is a piece where Pina Bausch participated in herself.Nevertheless, as I watched more of the piece, to me it depicted elements of madness, bewilder, and passion.However, during a particular scene where the dancers wore white sheets, the leading man after coming in contact with a dancer, clapped his hands in a certain manner which gave me the impression that he was mad; also, his facial expressions at certain scenes were those of a mad man, which made me realize that for such a reason the lady in red might have wanted to avoid contact with him, or even feared him.At the beginning of the piece, I questioned that maybe Bausch was remembering a certain incident in her life and that the dancers were depicting Bausc...
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The original artwork was made of bronze, but French recreated the piece out of marble.The sculptor is in the middle of creating a profile piece of the Sphinx which is located in Giza, Egypt.Standing in the front or viewing a photo of the piece only their profiles are visible.Not only does this piece have classical characteristics, but it also has the Old Kingdom attributes.Viewing this piece in person gives it more depth.
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Tree-ear must then work for Min until his debt is paid off.He can’t decide which potter’s piece is the best: Kang’s new technique or Min’s unique design piece.Min still doesn’t compliment Tree-ear for his work and still does not show Tree-ear how to make pottery.Min becomes frustrated and finally asks Tree-ear about Kang’s work.Min is the best potter in the village, but he is also old, cranky and never gives Tree-ear compliments for any work he does.
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Having little previous experience of devising work meant that we had trouble during the beginning stages our writing, the man problem being that we didn’t know where to start.Without the stimulus material this scene would not have devised and our piece would have been seriously lacking in ‘power’.The visual image created by the cast turning upon each other would be in stark contrast to the cooperation which we had shown throughout the rest of the piece.Starting with the line ‘man belongs to Earth’ we showed three forms rising from the ground chanting ‘man belongs to Earth… man belongs to Earth’.This very human affect of war seemed to fit in perfectly with the message of our piece, and it was these themes of aggression between individuals...
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However, the exact opposite is implied by the end of The Iliad, whereby we see man inching away from a tradition of being a piece of a greater whole, and rather, stepping into his own, independent self.Through his bardic finesse, Homer is capable of producing a narrative that challenges the philosophical understandings of his day, and which, brings forth new ideas about man’s role in his world, in war, and in regards to theology.Homer’s The Iliad, therefore, asks rather pertinent questions of humanity in the context of its time and challenges the Homeric man’s position as a piece of a larger whole with the inklings of man as unto himself and the emotional connections he shares with other mortals.The Gods have no long standing ramificatio...
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From my point of view, this image would not be a piece of art because there wasn’t the intention of creating art.When a piece of art is mass produced, it stops being original and hence, all the copies cannot be considered art; this is the same case as forgeries; if you copy any kind of art, you are not being original and no matter how to look your work might look, it is definitely not considered a piece of art.The artists have either been born or developed an artistic skill that enables them to produce a piece of art that reflects their ability whereas the lawyer would have the skill to find the alibi in order to prevent his client to be declared guilty.Nevertheless, I firmly believe that if something is created with no intention to do a...
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The girl was also a lot younger than the man; the man had also been married twice before.This play describes a husband and his wife and how his work and her mother came between their loves.The second piece I read was “Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen.For the crossover piece of Coursework we have looked at how 20th Century and pre 20th writers have written about love and marriage.The first piece I read was “Wise Virgin” by A N Wilson.
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The piece is a recreation of the country side colours and tones.The work is a statement about man and nature.Her work reminds us of previous experiences, whether these experiences are good or bad it still makes her work very emotional.The work expresses the idea that man should appreciate nature more.The piece shows Australian culture.
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The composition gives rhythm to the piece.The figures in the piece have life-like features and their clothes match the clothes of the present time.This piece also shows the skeletal structure of the human body.Most of the items in the piece are linked to harvesting.This piece is done in a naturalistic way.
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* What makes this piece different is a complete lack of violence.Oil on canvas * This piece captures the social issue of the rich and poor of Spain during the time.* This piece differs from work of Caravaggio because the use of color, rather than extreme contrast of light and dark.* This piece is obviously a revisit of the marble sculpture that depicted Laocoon and his sons breaking free from serpents.Oil on canvas * This piece captures the details of each sitter and their cultural characteristics.
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Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1962.Irrational Man: a Study in Existential Philosophy.Beckett, Samuel.For instance, people might have ideas with what John Cage was thinking or what he envisioned, but nobody knows the exact point of it, which makes it existential and a piece of modern art.New York: Grove, 1982.
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Placement of the figures also contributes to the balance of the art piece; the three figures at the topmost part are placed at the center, otherwise if it is placed to the far right or left, the monumental artwork would look imbalanced.The difference in sizes also lends variety to the art piece, even though the only subject is a human naked body ( Dudley & Faricy 263-264) .Since the title of the art piece is .A rough texture is very dominant in the art piece.So as result the viewer will get to have a survey of the whole art piece.
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‘A piece of string’ is not a descriptive or as well written as ‘A Vendetta’.In ‘A Piece of String’ I felt sympathy for Master Hauchecorne because he was wrongly accused of stealing the wallet when it wasn’t him at all plus how the mayor believed Master Malandain over him as it was his word against Master Malandain’s.‘A Piece of String’ is again not a great story however Maupassant makes it a good story.In ‘A Piece of String’ Master Hauchecorne just dies.In Goderville they live simple lives and work as agricultural farmers.
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Secondly, evidence suggests that some one else is the creator of the work.I believe William Shakespeare, the man with many outstanding accomplishments, is not the man who he is known to be.This shows Shakespeare does not care about what will happen to his life’s work after his death.This suggests the man who is writing these plays is not the real Shakespeare because he never mentioned his son’s tragic death in his work and had inconsistent handwriting.Macbeth and Titus Andronicus, are examples of work that Shakespeare took credit for.
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I really enjoyed choreographing this piece of movement but, unfortunately by this point, we had already changed our plot, which rendered it useless.That we need to face everything head on, leaving things to the last minute on one of the biggest scenes of play, especially the start of it, even though we did a lot of discussing in eagerness to push on we sometimes miss little things that could be rectified and turn a piece of action that hasn’t been through into something clear and concise that stands by itself.This was important for the group as it allowed us to work as a collective rather than individuals, we were all concerned about this piece and wanted to create a slick, focussed piece of physical theatre.That sometimes you have to te...
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He is a complex, charismatic, charming and irritating man, whose best weapons against despair and self-pity are quick jokes, biting humor and a healthy awareness of his failings.The piece did not have a title.PRESENTATION: The piece has been presented well, and my partner and I have done a good job as the piece was understood by everyone in the audience.Some of the weaknesses of this piece were that we couldn’t act the piece on the stage, I think that it would have been more effective as we would have had more space, and we could have used the lights as well.Once again I think that my partner and I have done a good job, because we have done a original piece, which I think has impressed the audience, as we have explored the inner side two...
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In Dickinson’s piece, on the last line she states “handled with chain”, as if there is no other option for choosing the wrong path (Dickinson).There is a sense of adoration and acceptance towards this man, as the crowd is full of younger adolescents that have seen it all, being they are of the MTV crowd (Villanueva).The website that published Lauren Axelrod’s work on comparisons of Emily Dickenson’s and Alma Luz Villanueva writings summed it up.However, in the case of Emily Dickinson’s piece, there are consequences to choosing the wrong path.However, in the piece by Villanueva, the professor openly hugged the man goodbye, his faced blossoming with delight, setting apart the pain of the situation, the crazy courage that it takes to be who...
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Essentially I could connect Gayle’s piece to almost any Black Aesthetic piece just because they all have similar viewpoints in regards to the freedom of the oppressive white American culture.Gayle explains the Black Aesthetic movement: “The question for the black critic today is not how beautiful is a melody, a play, a poem, a novel, but how much more beautiful has the poem…made the life of a single black man?… .Addison Gayle Jr. was another of these contemporary artists who encouraged a new way of life to the black community in his piece, “The Black Aesthetic”.These two pieces of work connect really well with each other.New York [u. a. : Norton, 2004.
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There are a few things that Swift talks about in his piece that arthat a child just born will weigh 12 pounds and in a solar year, if tolerably nursed, increases to 28 pounds.” This is very unrealistic, because the average weight of a newborn in any country was never 12 pounds and they did not weigh 28 pounds in a year either.In this piece, Swift manages to maintain the reader’s attention by using elaborate language and expressions.Swift is strongly against poverty as well as discrimination and presents these points his piece, “A Modest Proposal”.His bitterest piece, “A Modest Proposal” is about curing the growing population and preventing the children of the poor people in Ireland, from being a burden on their parents or country.One suc...
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Lastly, the text of Voltaire’s Candide displays how a man cannot find happiness even in the best of situations.Candide travels the world in the attempt to become a man of wealth and power and reunite with the love of his life.... middle of paper ... .“A person of high integrity is honest, trustworthy, and reliable.Plato writes of a philosophical man condemned to death in the court of law in The Trial and Death of Socrates.
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The conditions experienced by the man in the ‘after 1834’ were what the father and probably many others tried to escape from.Source C is a factual piece of primary information from a Cambridgeshire workhouse.They can be undermined by primary, factual information which proves that Source P is an inaccurate piece of information.The man is very skeletal, this is an incorrect portrayal, because the meals were specifically designed to give the inmate suitable nutrients and energy for the work they carries out day-to-day.The food on the table is only a piece of bread, not a Christmas meal.
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STRENGTH AND WEAKNESSES: As any piece of drama, our piece had strengths as well as weaknesses.The piece had some weaknesses as well.By looking back at the piece I think that my partner and I have done a good job into getting into Adam mind to try and feel as he would.PRESENTATION: The piece was well presented, and I think that everyone in the audience has understood what had happen in the scene.The assessment was called Adam monologue, and we didn’t change the name of our piece of work.
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The title comes from the poem’s main character, Beowulf, who repeatedly demonstrates heroic acts beyond the ability of the average man, described as being the mightiest man, Beowulf conquers beasts and a dragon, becomes a king ruling his land for more than fifty years, and is a great leader his men are eager to follow.In order to be classified in the genre, epic, a piece of literature must incorporate certain literary techniques.While at the same time giving insight into the world as it was then.This masterwork, has an author unknown, was a passed down through generations of oral story-telling, and survived a fire, this is a piece of literature that deserves to live-on.This profound piece of work should be included as a part of required ...
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Even this particular issue is never mentioned in the piece, except in the form of symbols and indirect statements from the characters.All these images represent fertility, life, and renewal, and at this point also, when the lady sees this particular scenery, she experiences a change of heart and realizes that she should at least take another chance at convincing the man that the abortion will leave her empty, which should be the main issue between the two of them, if the man was sensitive enough.The man says that they can have all these, but the lady disagrees.Notice the last statement of the girl in the above exchange; in this particular line, she is referring to the child in her womb, while earlier on in the conversation, the man is ac...
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At this point in the semester, I have a clear idea of what I want as a writer and what I want to excel in.I want to create pieces that I would enjoy reading, something I can relate to and something that makes me think critically.With my beginning and middle, a reader wouldn’t be able to have a concrete grasp on the two characters mentioned in these pieces because it’s part of a larger work, which I see as a disser... .... middle of paper ... .The pieces in question, “The Shape Shifting Dog Man” and “Who Are You?” are ideas that come from a larger work that I would like to make into a graphic novel in the near future.
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The final piece of evidence is all of the reported sightings reported worldwide each year.that aliens do not exist.Many believe that pyramids or “Stonehenge” must have also been the work of extraterrestrials.This piece of art depicts what seems to be a man pointing at a floating spaceship, back when human flight was impossible.After this experience, the man was back on Earth walking down his street.
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Also, I would have the projection of the cloud turn into a completely different image at each stage of the friends’ life.Person 5 – Tala – Evaluate the most moving part of Tala’s story for you – explain WHY it was effective and How.How effective was the piece and why?Person 1 – The Blue Man – Evaluate your drama showing the connection between the Blue Man and Eddie.For example; when they are children-clouds hovering above an open field, when they are teenagers-a graffiti brick wall, when they are young adults-a university campus, and when they are adults-an upmarket cafe or restaurant of some sort.
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When asked by a college in South Carolina to create a piece for them, she designed clothing and had her family create them and this piece later turned into a memorial for the laundry businesses in the South (Riechart).A good example is the Forbidden City piece that I previously mentioned.Almost all of her work has Chinese culture in it, from the scenery such as buildings or flowers to something smaller like calligraphy.There was a man named Vincent Chin in 1983, one year before Hung Liu immigrated to the United States, who was beaten to death with a baseball bat by a white man named Ebens, because Ebens believed Vincent Chin and his people were at fault for the fall of American auto industry.She also does artwork for American history suc...
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