Tracing Behind the Image: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Visual Literacy (At the Interface / Probing the Boundaries, nr. 133)

Julia Lane
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Tracing Behind the Image: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Visual Literacy, discusses how our relationship to images, collectively and individually, is constantly shifting, as we adapt to the evolving image economy of our increasingly screen-based world. This volume offers pedagogies, analyses and strategies for developing visual literacy across education and industry.

The language of images embodies highly complex and nuanced statements and readings, the ability to invent and reinvent, it is bursting with opportunities to be lyrical, satirical, rhetorical, to unravel meanings, and to pose as many questions as it answers. It is a language of investigation and experimentation, it both constructs and shatters cultural expectations, and is constantly and rapidly transforming as forced by current social and political climates.
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ISBN-13: 9789004438378
ISBN-10: 9004438378
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.31 kg
Editura: Brill
Colecția Brill
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 List of Figures
 Notes on Contributors

 Introduction: The Visual Envelope
Julia Lane

Part 1: Visual Literacy, Pedagogy, and Research

 Introduction to Part 1

1 Understanding the Adolescent I and Eye: The Reading, Writing, Visualizing Nexus
  Phil Fitzsimmons and Edie Lanphar

2 Imaging Pedagogical Processes in Art Education
  Marie Fulková and Zuzana Svatošová

3 Virtual Visuals: Exploring the Use of Pinterest as a Tool for Designing in Relation to Ideation
  Lee Wright

4 Reimagining Research: Visual Literacies and Visual Pedagogy
 Ted Hovet

Part 2: Analysis, Interpretation, and Abstraction

 Introduction to Part 2

5 Visual Rhetoric: Interdisciplinary Literacy and Graphic Design
 Julia Lane

6 Peppa Pig is Gangsta: China’s Challenging Memes
 Kay Hearn

7 Experiencing in Images and Thinking in Pictures
 Terryl Atkins

8 The Picture-Sign in the Era of Picture Elements Proliferation
 Jaroslav Vančát and Daniel Říha

Part 3: Application, Adaptation, and Evolution

 Introduction to Part 3

9 Visuality (Visual Literacy) Changes in the City Space
 Pavla Gajdošíková and Jan Pfeiffer

10 Disadvantaged Children’s Creative Visualisation of Possible Futures
 Lelia Green, Kylie J. Stevenson, and Panizza Allmark

11 Instagram and the Transmission of Drag Culture: The Effects of RuPaul’s Drag Race and Image Sharing in the Perth Drag Community
 Claire Alexander

12 Virtual Reality Training for Workers in High-Risk Occupations
 Kelly Jaunzems, Lelia Green, and David Leith


Notă biografică

Julia Lane is a PhD candidate at Edith Cowan University, working across the disciplines of design, visual arts and cultural studies. She is a published author and illustrator, currently exploring feminine monsters in graphic culture.