From Surface to Meaning: Analyzing via Color Sungshin Kim

ISBN: 9781940771083

Published: June 15th 2014

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200 pages


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From Surface to Meaning: Analyzing via Color  by  Sungshin Kim

From Surface to Meaning: Analyzing via Color by Sungshin Kim
June 15th 2014 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 200 pages | ISBN: 9781940771083 | 5.57 Mb

Looking at color can be a way not only to think within or about culture but also to probe the boundaries of cultural approaches. The “Cultural Turn,” as it has been called, has made an impact across disciplines. In history, it replacedMoreLooking at color can be a way not only to think within or about culture but also to probe the boundaries of cultural approaches. The “Cultural Turn,” as it has been called, has made an impact across disciplines.

In history, it replaced long-established explanatory models provided by Marxism and modernization theory. Even fields like art history and literature, which always considered themselves allied to the arts rather than to the sciences, were reshaped by new understandings of culture—for instance, as a much larger system of meaning in which the works they studied were a part.

But “culture” is notoriously murky, and its analytical use can obfuscate patterns of causality. This volume analyzes how looking at color can take us further.



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