Verbalising the visual : translating art and design into words 1st ed.
- Additional Author(s)
- London: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2007
- Required reading range
- ART CRITICISM
- ART CRITICISM-AUTHORSHIP
- COMMUNICATION IN ART
- Verbalising the Visual: Translating Art and Design into Words by Michael Clarke introduces readers to a broad range of language and terminology: formal and informal, academic and colloquial, global and local, all of which can be found in current art and design discourse.
Exploring the complex relationship between language, objects and meaning, Verbalising the Visual shows students how to select and effectively employ language to present oral and written critical assessments of visual culture.
It includes a variety of examples and case studies that explore the many ways in which language is used to discuss, describe, analyze and critically evaluate art and design.
- Number of Page(s)
- 1 online resource (208 p.)
- Other Desc.
- ill. (some col.)
Summary / Review / Table of Content
01. Language and meaning 10–37
02. Formal language: the academic disciplines of art and design 38–83
03. Informal language: beyond the academic disciplines 84–115
04. Studio talk 116–143
05. The essay 144–167
06. Other written texts 169–197
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