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Investigating pictorial references by creating pictorial references: an example of theoretical research in the field of semiotics that employs artistic experiments as a research tool

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posted on 30.09.2009 by Veronika Reichl
This paper describes a doctorial dissertation that explores one of the semiotic fundamentals of many art and design works: the nature of pictorial references to abstract content.1 This approach combines theoretical investigation with artistic experiments. It is one of the rather rare research set-ups in which an artistic process is employed as a heuristic tool.

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  • The Arts, English and Drama

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  • Arts

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  • Interrogations Conference Papers

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REICHL, V., 2009. Investigating pictorial references by creating pictorial references: an example of theoretical research in the field of semiotics that employs artistic experiments as a research tool. IN: Interrogations: Creative Interdisciplinarity in Art and Design Research: Proceedings of AHRC Postgraduate Conference 2009, pp. 161-170.

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© Loughborough University and De Montfort University, Leicester

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Publication date

2009

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This paper was presented at the Interrogations Creative Interdisciplinarity in Art and Design Research AHRC Postgraduate Conference, Loughborough University, 1st-2nd July 2009: http://www.interrogations.org.uk/conference/

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1900856778

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en

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