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Plenitudes of Painting: Wilhelm Worringer and the Relationshipbetween Abstraction and Representation in European Paintingat the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
(University of Canterbury. School of Humanities, 2012)
Throughout the twentieth century, the relationship between representation and abstraction has been regarded predominantly in terms of opposition. One of the prominent early twentieth-century defenders of this approach is ...
(Dis)Orientation: Identity, Landscape and Embodiment in the work of Roni Horn
(University of Canterbury. Art History and Theory, 2012)
This thesis considers the links between identity and landscape in key works by American artist Roni Horn, focusing on a selection of her photo-installations and books. In particular it argues that Horn approaches landscape ...