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    What is Freud’s unconscious theory and how is it applied in the art work of Dada/ surrealist artists? Sigmund Freud was a Jewish Austrian neurologist who founded the discipline of psychoanalysis. Freud went on to develop theories about the unconscious mind. The concept of the unconscious theory was central to Freud’s ideas of the human mind. He first introduced his ideas around the unconscious theory when trying to explain what happens to ideas that are repressed but remain in the mind.

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     SOCIAL AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATION: The system relates to the type of protective clothing worn by the players in sports like in martial arts, taekwondo and kick boxing. Technology is becoming is very common in sports to highlight the unfair decisions made by the referees during a game, it’s a very complicated procedure to link technology with the sports, however introducing sensors like (proximity, motion sensor, impact sensors) in sports create a vast difference in the decision making of referees

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    Natalie Langdale Law and the Arts Professor Collins December 8, 2017 Artistic Rights in the Fashion Industry Upon recognizing that marks on fabric are the same as paint upon canvas or ink upon paper, the United States Copyright Office expanded the scope of its coverage to include textile prints and lace patterns as copyrightable material in 1958. Despite this enactment, which served as a significant step in establishing the artistic legitimacy and profitability of the fashion industry, fashion

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    Introduction The topic that I chose in visual arts is fashion. I have researched the impact of society on fashion. Through this subject I will discuss how the society as a whole contributes to what types of pieces are created and designed. Fashion is something that is literally used in everyone’s day to day lives regardless of cultures and beliefs. It is all around us, therefore it influences people everyday, sometimes in ways unknown. Therefore, this topic is completely relevant to everyone around

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    Design and Culture

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    Design and Culture       Abstract:        Uses "Design" in a different way; but one must add that a universal language is being constructed daily. design is understood here as a phenomenon which affects everybody. design is characterized by a dual alliance with both mass production and mass consumption and that these two phenomena have determined nearly all its manifestations .Industry  unconsciously evolved its own aesthetic, and this aesthetic was from the beginning one which intelligent designers

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    The fashion industry is one of the most competitive businesses out there. It is said that, “while fashion designers must be creative, they also need to understand basic production, marketing and business concepts” (Chron.com). “Fashion design is the art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories” (dictionary.com). Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social latitudes and has varied over time and place. Through the job basics, duties of this career

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    in ‘slow design’, a movement which changes design and craft in a sustainable way in which celebrates diversity and variety. In an African context the similarities between craft, design and art are obvious, “Cultural practice here has changed due to colonial pressures over time, and in so doing, traditional art/craft/ritual/functional/spiritual/tribal/social/ spaces have all been mixed together.”( Heath Nash,

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    spans 53 films in the last three decades. Alongside that, she’s been nominated for 11 Oscars, and out of those nominations, she’s won 3. Considering the fact that, according to Caroline Ryder (Citizens of Humanity), she set out to be a painter and an art teacher when she was a teenager, that’s quite a feat. Atwood attended Cornish College in Seattle, Washington to study painting. While attending Cornish College, she gained experience in the fashion industry by working in an Yves Saint Laurent boutique

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    Fashion Design

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    Jarrett Evans Mrs. Johnson English III – P.7 14 May 2013 Dripping Swag My research paper is over the career of Fashion Design. I chose this topic, because I have always had a desire to one day have my own clothing line and see other people support me by wearing my creations. Also because I like to mix different articles of clothing and create my own unique style to go out and express to the world. This paper will highlight the details about a fashion designer, like what type of education

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    spans 53 films in the last three decades. Alongside that, she’s been nominated for 11 Oscars, and out of those nominations, she’s won 3. Considering the fact that, according to Caroline Ryder (Citizens of Humanity), she set out to be a painter and an art teacher when she was a teenager, that’s quite a feat. Atwood attended Cornish College in Seattle, Washington to study painting. While attending Cornish College, she gained experience in the fashion industry by working in an Yves Saint Laurent boutique

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