Louise Bourgeois - Images

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  • Louise Bourgeois with FEMME VOLAGE (1951, Coll: Guggenheim Museum, New York)

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Minority Report (film) - Themes - Political and Legal
... precogs "yet to fully understand" their visions, but that the process by which the images are interpreted makes it so that no one individual could understand them without the use of the apparatus ... system where the PreCrime office gathers the images from the minds of the precogs, then organizes them into a coherent order for display in front of a set of judges ... The judges appear via video feeds, analyze the images, and according to Cooper they view the images, listen to Anderton rattle off "a string of ...
BattleTech - Overview - Original Game
... from Macross and other anime, including many signature images ... In later years FASA abandoned these images, and it was common speculation by fans that the decision was the result of a lawsuit brought against them by Playmates and Harmony Gold over the ... Bills explained that FASA had sued Playmates over the use of images owned by FASA, but received no compensation, even though Playmates was ordered to stop ...
Images - Other Arts
... Images (ballet), by Miriam Mahdaviani (1992) Images (film) directed by Robert Altman (1972) Images (book), a 1994 book by David Lynch ...
Burning Man - Criticism - On-site Photography Restrictions
... equipment (including, in practice, most digital cameras) sign over copyright in their images to Black Rock City, and forbid them from using their images for anything ... and then to do whatever they want with those images without any effective restriction or manner of enforcement ...
Deep Image
... Deep image is a term coined by U.S ... In general, deep image poems are resonant, stylized and heroic in tone ... Longer poems tend to be catalogues of free-standing images ...

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    The romance and mystery is [sic] gone. Computer-processed images have no delicacy, no craftsmanship, no substance, and no soul. No love.
    Kim Nibblett (b. c. 1969)

    Cultural expectations shade and color the images that parents- to-be form. The baby product ads, showing a woman serenely holding her child, looking blissfully and mysteriously contented, or the television parents, wisely and humorously solving problems, influence parents-to-be.
    Ellen Galinsky (20th century)