Rematerializing colour : from concept to substance

Auteur(s) : Young, Diana (Éd.)Description matérielle : 263 p. : illustrations, cartes, tableaux, photos en noir et blanc et en couleurs ; 23 cm.Publication : Canon Pyon : Sean Kingston Publishing, 2018.Cote : G.5232Note : Bibliographies en fin de chapitre. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Couleur
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Does colour matter ? An affordance perspective / Costall, Alan --

Pink cake, red eyes, coloured photos. Desire, loss and Aboriginal aesthetics in northern Australia / Deger, Jennifer --

How much longer can the Berlin and Kay paradigm dominate visual semantics ? English, Russian and Warlpiri seen from the native's point of view / Wierzbicka, Anna --

Cinematographic encounters with natural-light colour / Greenhalgh, Cathy --

Iridescence / Sutton, Peter and Snow, Michael --

Colour as the edge of the body. Colours as space-time in the east of the Western Desert / Young, Diana --

The role of colour in a period when cultures crossed. Paintings from Central Australia from the 1930s to 1980 / Eagle, Mary --

Notes on the hapticity of colour / Biddle, Jennifer L. --

Paint as power among Kuninjku artists / Taylor, Luke --

Problems translating colour terms / Saunders, Barbara.



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