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Kira O'Reilly Untitled (Bodies)
ISBN: PB: 9781783208326, Intellect, October 2017
320 pp., 24.1x21.5 cm, 150 colour plates
The works of interdisciplinary artist Kira O'Reilly use the uncertain boundaries of bodies as the starting point for their enquiry. Specifically, O'Reilly asks what kind of societies become possible in collaborations across species, organisms, and bo...
PB: £25,00
Personal Style Blogs Appearances That Fascinate
ISBN: PB: 9781783208340, Intellect, October 2017
206 pp., 17.8x22.8 cm, 19 colour plates
From "Style Rookie to Style Bubble", personal style blogs exploded onto the scene in the mid-2000s giving voice to young and stylish writers who had their own unique take on the seasonal fashion cycle and how to curate an individual style within the...
PB: £25,00
Food Democracy Critical Lessons in Food, Communication, Design and Art
ISBN: PB: 9781783207961, Intellect, September 2017
500 pp., 17.8x22.8 cm, illustrated in color throughout
In a world where privatization and capitalism dominate the global economy, the essays in this book ask how to make socially responsive communication, design, and art that counters the role of the food industry as a machine of consumption. "Food Democ...
PB: £30,00
Artist-Scholar Reflections on Writing and Research
ISBN: PB: 9781783203888, Intellect, August 2017
112 pp., 17.8x22.8 cm, 30 halftones
Research is a concept that is not typically associated with the field of art. However, more and more art-based MFA and PhD programs use the term to describe and categorize the work of graduate-level artist-students and faculty. G. James Daichendt pro...
PB: £19,50
Drama-based Pedagogy Activating Learning Across the Curriculum
ISBN: PB: 9781783207398, Intellect, August 2017
260 pp., 17.8x22.9 cm
"Drama-based Pedagogy" examines the mutually beneficial relationship between drama and education, championing the versatility of drama-based teaching and learning designed in conjunction with classroom curricula. Written by seasoned educators and bas...
PB: £53,50
Picturing the Cosmos A Visual History of Early Soviet Space Endeavor
ISBN: PB: 9781783207428, Intellect, August 2017
132 pp., 17.8x22.9 cm, 128 colour plates
Space is the ultimate canvas for the imagination, and in the 1950s and '60s, as part of the space race with the United States, the solar system was the blank page upon which the Soviet Union etched a narrative of exploration and conquest. In "Picturi...
PB: £27,50
Sensible Stage Staging and the Moving Image
ISBN: HB: 9781783207695, Intellect, August 2017
168 pp., 17.8x22.9 cm, 40 halftones
Exploring the use of live performance and the moving image in contemporary art practice, "The Sensible Stage" brings together essays that examine how elements from theater and cinema are integrated into art, often in order to question the boundaries...
HB: £80,50
Celebrity Culture and the Entertainment Industry in Asia Use of Celebrity and its Influence on Society, Culture and Communication
ISBN: PB: 9781783208074, Intellect, August 2017
200 pp., 17.8x22.8 cm, 50 halftones
Offering rare insight into the world of celebrity and media in China and beyond, Celebrity Culture and the Entertainment Industry in Asia looks closely at the dynamics of stardom and celebrity endorsement in the region and examines its impact on mark...
PB: £22,50
Acting and Its Refusal in Theatre and Film The Devil Makes Believe
ISBN: HB: 9781783206681, Intellect, July 2017
202 pp., 17.8x22.9 cm, 20 colour plates
Acting has traditionally been considered a form of pretending or falsehood, compared with the so-called reality or truth of everyday life. Yet in the postmodern era, a reversal has occurred – real life is revealed as something acted and acting is whe...
HB: £59,50
Ghostbodies Towards a New Theory of Invalidism
ISBN: PB: 9781783207800, Intellect, July 2017
108 pp., 17.8x22.9 cm, 26 halftones
How is illness represented in today's cultural texts? In "Ghostbodies", Maia Dolphin-Krute argues that the illusive sick body is often made invisible – a ghost – because it does not always fit society's definition of disability. In these pages, she r...
PB: £24,00