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16 MARCH 2013

Dorothy Iannone's Innocent and Aware

Dorothy Iannone, "Innocent and Aware", 8 March 2013 – 5 May 2013, Camden Arts Centre in London.

"Iannone's portrayals of male and female sexuality celebrate the joy of her most intimate relationships while subverting traditional gender stereotypes of dominance and control. Through graphic paintings, sculptures and video boxes her works depict partly–clothed and naked figures on bright psychedelic backgrounds of flora, mandalas and biomorphic patterns. Recalling classical Indian erotic art, Egyptian frescoes and Byzantine mosaics, Iannone's intricate work communicates a personal narrative, passionate love affairs and lifetime pursuit of 'ecstatic unity' through transcendence and spirituality."

(Camden Arts Centre, 2013)

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Simon Perkins
04 APRIL 2005

Learning Objects for Design (Formalism)

"'Learning Objects in Design: Written Refocalization' is a learning object for design education. A learning object for design (LOD) is comprised of the modules: concept; interpretation (examples that are interpretations of the concept(s)); design task; proto design; critique guide; resources. When delivered as a web site, as opposed to through a learning delivery system, the LOD also includes an index page. The learning object provides a design problem that embodies one or more design concepts. The student takes a partially completed design and completes it. Further, the student critiques the designs of other students according to an included critique guide. 'Learning Objects in Design: Refocalization' uses the design concepts: focus and refocalization. Its design task requires students to rewrite a story around a secondary character."

(Robert Woodbury, Steven Forth, Cheryl Qian, David Botta, Ben Lin)

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