2 edition of parallel of linguistic and visual formulation in the writing of Konrad Fiedler found in the catalog.
parallel of linguistic and visual formulation in the writing of Konrad Fiedler
Includes bibliographical references (p. 14-15).
|Series||Studi di estetica ;, 19|
|LC Classifications||N70 .P54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||66091107|
For Fiedler, the creative activity of the artist is to be understood as a further development of the "process of seeing": works of visual art give ma-terial, and hence enduring, form to an ordering of sensible experience that takes place primarily at the level of intuition rather than through the imposition of concepts. In place of the conven-. The Power of Writing and the Visual Arts in the Italian Quattrocento, Lewiston, Edwin Mellin Press, Owned by this library. Venturi, Lionello – La critica d’arte alla fine del Trecento (Filippo Villani e Cennino Cennini), in: L’Arte, Rivista di Storia Medievale e Moderna, No. 4, , pp.
The omnipresence of sexuality in the art of Marlene Dumas has also lexical components, difficult to explain in Italian. Referring to the famous essay Ways of Seeing, published by the art critic John Berger in (and translated in Italian with the title Questioni di sguardi in ),  Ms Dumas refers to a lexical difference which is hard to translate into Italian. Emerging from this milieu, theorist Konrad Fiedler attempted to synthesize concepts in linguistics and perception through a ‘visual language’, a unified structure which allowed for the ordering of the visible world against ideas previously established in language studies.
A remarkable parallel may be drawn: at the end of the 19th century Konrad Fiedler wrote of the “mechanical activity of artistic creation,” of a “realm of the visible, in which only the formative activity of the visible, no longer the eye, can advance.” Yet Fiedler belonged to the other side. This book lays out the theory and the practical techniques for discovering and applying translational equivalence at the lexical level. Parallel texts (bitexts) are a goldmine of linguistic knowledge, because the translation of a text into another language can be viewed as a detailed annotation of what that text means. Knowledge about translational equivalence, which can be gleaned from.
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Cambridge. constitute their own “visual language” (details of which will be expanded on at length further on). Thus, the behavioral domains of writing (written/verbal language) and drawing (visual language) should be the object of linguistic inquiry, stripping away the social categories like.
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present deﬁnition is valid throughout this book only. Other deﬁnitions have other merits. The power of language to generate so many signs comes from the fact that it has rules by which complex signs are made from simpler ones.
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