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19 JANUARY 2011

Madonna's Justify My Love: beautiful black and white shallow focus

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1990 • Bandits Productions • beautifulbisexualbisexualityblack and whitebreakbeatcinematographycontroversialdance • drum break • explicit sexual images • female sexualityglamourhaving sexhotel • hotel hallway • Ingrid Chavez • James Brown • Jean-Baptiste Mondino • Jeanne Moreau • Justify My Love • Lenny Kravitz • Madonna • music singlesmusic video • Pascal Lebegue • Philippe Dupuis-Mendel • Propaganda Films • Public Enemy • sadomasochismselective focussex • sexually seduced • shallow depth of fieldshallow focus • singer-songwriter • Sire Records • songTony Ward • trip-hop • voyeurismwhisper

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Simon Perkins
24 MARCH 2010

Wrangler: Blue Bell Spring/Summer 2010 Website

"The Blue Bell website featuring Tony Ward in an interactive undressing is exciting and ingenious.

You can control the legendary model's every move, right down to stripping off his shirt. Using digital film and cinematic special effects to achieve an incomparable level of user interface."

(AJANAKU:Marco, 9 February 2010, http://www.ajanaku.nl/wrangler–blue–bell–springsummer–2010–website/)

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2010adAdobe Flashadvertanimated presentationanimation • Blue Bell • choreography • cinematic special effects • clothesclothingcommercialcontrol • denim • designdollfashionfigures in spaceinteractiveinteractive advertisingmarionettemediatedmotionmotion designplayremediationstop frame • strip • Tony Wardtoyundressuser interfacevisual communicationwebsite • Wrangler

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Simon Perkins
22 MARCH 2010

The Social Construction of Knowledge

"The partiality of the view of the world portrayed by science leaves a great deal unsaid and untheorised, even though, from a scientific point of view, knowledge is characterised as a unified field (Feyerabend, P) Furthermore, a significant aspect of the partiality of science is embedded in its supposed objectivity. It portrays the world from everywhere and nowhere at the same time. Scientific utterances about reality are without human agency. It describes the world as it is, not as any particular scientist views it. Yet science itself is the product of human agency. Its proponents have beliefs and prejudices which they purport to leave aside when they are engaged in the business of science. The power of Foucault's analysis, is to show that this objectivity is an illusion. What he suggests is that science, the paramount foundation of knowledge in our society, is ideologically contaminated – that it operates for and through specific power interests whose view of the world it reinforces. Since almost the entire edifice of knowledge and education is built upon this foundation, the assertion clearly requires further explication."

(Tony Ward, 2008)

Feyerabend, P., Against Method, Verso, London, 1988.

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Simon Perkins
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