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Photovoice and Homelessness in Subarctic and Urban Communities: Art-based Research, Housing and Health

The arts become a tool in the struggle for social justice revealing hidden aspects of the housing conditions of people living in poverty and of their effects on their health.

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Arts Practice: Chaos, Order, and Disequilibrium

The paper investigates chaos and order in the natural world, via the fields of arts and science, specifically significant to an arts practice.

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Arts-based Research as a Way to Bridge Emotional versus Social Knowledge of Community Workers

This article focuses on the discrepancy between the cognitive structural explanation of food insecurity, and the emotional impact that students hold in relation to this social problem.

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Published online: January 6, 2015

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Ineffective Visual Journalism on the Internet: An International Approach

Most of online media forget editorial design guidelines creating "tombstoning" homepages.

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The Expressionist: A Gestural Mapping Instrument for Voice and Multimedia Enrichment

This paper presents the Expressionist, an interactive human interface designed to enhance vocal expression through electronic filtering and to animate graphics based on the performer’s body motion in live performance.

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LocoMotoArt: Digital Art Practices in Natural Settings

LocoMotoArt, an independent powered creative field system, was used to study and exhibit new media in natural settings to explore the hypothesis of human, technology, and nature interconnectedness.

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"All Writing Is Garbage": Reassessing the Fragment and the Anti-narrative of Antonin Artaud in a Post-narrative World

In demystifying literature as "garbage," 20th century French poet and playwright Antonin Artaud also reveals the democratic appeal that literature and writing have in our everyday lives.

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Beauty, Emotion, and Globalization: How Images Came to be Ruled by Words

In the 20th century, the influence of philosophy distorted aesthetic vocabularies and creative objectives alike, so that artists and designers had not been thinking for themselves through their practice.

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The Ethics of Painting: Affect, Aesthetics, and Agency

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Contemporary Art as Extra-curricular Learning: Lessons from a University Art Gallery

This paper reports on a United Kindom based research project which investigated how a University–based contemporary arts gallery could potentially enhance the student learning experience.

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