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  • gabriela zabala | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Editing Papers Voices unheard The representation of Australian aborigines by left wing playwrights 1940s 1960s more by gabriela zabala Publisher search informit com au Publication Date Jan 1 2012 Publication Name Australasian Drama Studies Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section New Theatre Unacknowledged and Out of the Mainstream The Life of A Theatre with a Purpose more by gabriela zabala Publisher search informit com au Publication Date Jan 1

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  • Chang Jiang | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Studies Media Literacy Media Education Media Impact and Effect and Usage Alternate Media Media Research Animation and 8 more Digitalizations of Non Digital Art Works Shows Galleries Events Archives Publishings Stop motion Animation Communication Journalism Media Social Development communication and Quay Brothers edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password

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  • Baden Pailthorpe | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    an Australian interdisciplinary artis more Baden Pailthorpe is an Australian interdisciplinary artist Situated broadly in the field of new media his research based art practice spans across video photography gaming sound text and installation His work engages with the political cultural and conceptual potential of technologies in their most diverse forms Pailthorpe s work has been widely published and exhibited with some twenty solo and group exhibitions both across Australia and internationally in the early part of his career He has most recently been based in Paris France and he has travelled extensively throughout Europe the Middle East and Asia Baden Pailthorpe holds masters degrees from the Université Paris VIII Vincennes Saint Denis France and the College of Fine Arts UNSW Sydney Australia He is also a current doctoral research candidate in the School of the Arts and Media at the University of New South Wales Sydney where he is a recipient of the prestigious Research Excellence Award His work is held in numerous private collections Some of Baden Pailthorpe s recent exhibitions include Game Change Telfair Museum of Art Georgia USA 2012 Lingua Franca Firstdraft Gallery Sydney 2012 Pixel Pops Galerie Nouvel Organon Paris France 2011 Monobandes II Les

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    by Michael Hooper This book presents a series of analyses of David Lumsdaine s compositions It focuses on works written between 1966 and 1980 At the early end of this period is Kelly Ground for solo piano which is one of Lumsdaine s first acknowledged more This book presents a series of analyses of David Lumsdaine s compositions It focuses on works written between 1966 and 1980 At the early end of this period is Kelly Ground for solo piano which is one of Lumsdaine s first acknowledged pieces Kelly Ground connects explicitly with the music of high modernism employing ideas about temporality as espoused by Ligeti Stockhausen and Boulez to form a new ritual for the now mythical Australian outlaw Ned Kelly In the year following Kelly Ground Lumsdaine wrote Flights A composition for two pianos it places the interactions of its performers at its centre Where Kelly Ground is intensely precomposed Flights calls upon the performers to improvise Alongside analysis of these compositions is a discussion of Lumsdaine s use of improvisation in Kangaroo Hunt and A Little Dance of Hagoromo Chapter 4 explores Aria for Edward John Eyre itself a composition bound up with conceptions of exploration both in its setting of text from the diaries of Edward John Eyre and in its association with labyrinths An analysis of Hagoromo explicates many of Lumsdaine s technical concerns in the 1970s The wealth of extant sketch materials for this piece is used in this analysis to map the process of composition as well as the shapes of the final score This provides useful information about some of Lumsdaine s more abstract preoccupations as well as this piece s relationship with its namesake Zeami s Hagoromo In 1974 Lumsdaine composed Ruhe sanfte sanfte ruh for solo piano and four

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/Departments/English_Music_and_Performing_Arts/Documents (2012-11-08)
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  • Michael Hooper | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    one of Lumsdaine s first acknowledged pieces Kelly Ground connects explicitly with the music of high modernism employing ideas about temporality as espoused by Ligeti Stockhausen and Boulez to form a new ritual for the now mythical Australian outlaw Ned Kelly In the year following Kelly Ground Lumsdaine wrote Flights A composition for two pianos it places the interactions of its performers at its centre Where Kelly Ground is intensely precomposed Flights calls upon the performers to improvise Alongside analysis of these compositions is a discussion of Lumsdaine s use of improvisation in Kangaroo Hunt and A Little Dance of Hagoromo Chapter 4 explores Aria for Edward John Eyre itself a composition bound up with conceptions of exploration both in its setting of text from the diaries of Edward John Eyre and in its association with labyrinths An analysis of Hagoromo explicates many of Lumsdaine s technical concerns in the 1970s The wealth of extant sketch materials for this piece is used in this analysis to map the process of composition as well as the shapes of the final score This provides useful information about some of Lumsdaine s more abstract preoccupations as well as this piece s relationship with its namesake Zeami s Hagoromo In 1974 Lumsdaine composed Ruhe sanfte sanfte ruh for solo piano and four years later included it within Mandala 3 for chamber ensemble Chapter 6 addresses these two works in terms of the questions they raise about the nature of coherence within a late modernist aesthetic For Cambewarra coherence is guaranteed by the attention to the immediacy of the sound that its repeated notes demand Chapter 7 presents an analysis that focuses on different aspects of repetition alongside its connection with motivic formation and transformation More Info Out later in 2011 published by Ashgate Share

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/MichaelHooper (2012-11-08)
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    Sound and Music Computing Conference 06 09 July 2011Department of Information Engineering University of PadovaConservatorio Cesare Pollini Padova Research Interests Personality Psychology Personality Computer Music Sound and Music Computing and Music Technology edit View on smcnetwork org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Rumination and Sad Music A Review of the Literature and a Future Direction more by Sandra Garrido The mood management theory of music preference assumes that people make choices based on a desire to improve or sustain a good mood However this theory does not adequately explain why some people enjoy listening to sad music The more The mood management theory of music preference assumes that people make choices based on a desire to improve or sustain a good mood However this theory does not adequately explain why some people enjoy listening to sad music The purpose of this paper is to explore one of the predictors of the selection of sad music Patterns of thinking which may provide exceptions to mood management theory will be discussed In particular this paper will examine the possibility that the tendency to ruminate is correlated to an attraction to music that portrays negative emotions such as sadness More Info Published in Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Music Communication Science ICoMCS2 pp 20 23 Research Interests Rumination and Self Reflection Depression Music Music Psychology Psychology of Music and 1 more Music Therapy edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Individual Differences in the Enjoyment of Negative Emotion in Music A Literature Review and Experiment more by Sandra Garrido Why do people seek out music that makes them cry This paradox is a complex one which appears to have no single answer Rather numerous factors appear to be interacting in the diverse responses of individuals to music The present more Why do people seek out music that makes them cry This paradox is a complex one which appears to have no single answer Rather numerous factors appear to be interacting in the diverse responses of individuals to music The present study tested the hypothesis that individual differences in dissociation absorption fantasyproneness empathy and rumination would be related to the enjoyment of negative emotion in music Fifty nine participants completed a survey pertaining to this question Results revealed statistically significant positive relationships between enjoyment of evoked negative emotion in response to music with both absorption and the recently reported construct of Music Empathy Factor analysis and a regression model confirmed these results and the approach suggests that further study of individual differences will continue to provide new insights into some of the subtleties of the enjoyment of negative emotions in music More Info Co authored with Emery Schubert Published in Music Perception 2011 Research Interests Individual Differences Dissociation Music Music Psychology Psychology of Music and 2 more Personality and Personality Psychology edit View on jstor org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Imagination Empathy and Dissociation in Individual Reponse to Negative Emotions in Music more by Sandra Garrido

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/Departments/Faculty_of_arts_and_social_sciences/Documents (2012-11-08)
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  • James Donald | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    James Donald Publication Date Jun 2004 Publication Name Continuum Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Kant the Press and the Public Use of Reason more by James Donald Publication Date 2003 Publication Name Javnost The Public Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The publicness of cinema more by James Donald Publication Date 2000 Publication Name Reinventing Film Studies Gledhill Williams Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Perpetual noise thinking about media regulation more by James Donald Publication Date Jun 1998 Publication Name Contiuum Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The citizen and the man about town more by James Donald Publisher books google com Publication Date Jan 1 1996 Publication Name Questions of cultural identity Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The city the cinema modern spaces more by James Donald Publisher Routledge Londres Publication Date Jan 1 1995 Publication Name Visual culture Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Reproducing citizens the natural man and the virtuous woman more by James Donald Publication Date 1993 Publication Name Cultural Repoduction Jenks Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Language literacy and schooling more by James Donald Publication Date Jan 1 1982 Publication Name The state and popular culture Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Interesting times education and broadcasting in the 1990s more by James Donald Publication Date Jan 1990 Publication Name Critical Social Policy Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section On the threshold psychoanalysis and cultural studies more by James Donald Publisher London MacMillan Publication Date Jan 1 1991 Publication Name Psychoanalysis and cultural theory Thresholds Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The fantastic the sublime and the popular or what s at stake in vampire films more by James Donald Publication Date Jan 1 1989 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Machines of democracy education and entertainment in inter War Britain more by James Donald Publication Date 1988 Publication Name Critical Quarterly Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section How illiteracy became a problem and literacy stopped being one more by James Donald Publisher psycnet apa org Publication Date Jan 1 1983 Publication Name Journal of Education Boston Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Beacons of the future schooling subjection and subjectification more by James Donald Publisher Open University Press Milton Publication Date Jan 1 1985 Publication Name Subjectivity and social relations Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section How English is it Popular literature and national culture more by James Donald Publication Date Jan 1 1988 Publication Name New Formations Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section THIS HERE NOW more by James Donald Publisher books google com Publication Date Jan 1 1997 Publication Name Imagining cities scripts signs memory Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Metropolis the city as text more by James Donald Publisher The Polity Press Cambridge Publication Date Jan 1 1992 Publication Name Social and Cultural Forms of Modernity Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Green paper

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/JamesDonald (2012-11-08)
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  • Eva Bitsch | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Development Culture Ethnicity State Religion Migration Displacement Refugeesi Memeory Oral Traditions Gender Borders and Borderlands Minorities Language Politics Development Sustainability Social Justice Poverty Equity gender Equality Migration International Affairs Geopolitics and 1 more Human Rights edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/EvaBitsch (2012-11-08)
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