conventionalised


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Adj.1.conventionalised - using artistic forms and conventions to create effects; not natural or spontaneous; "a stylized mode of theater production"
artificial, unreal - contrived by art rather than nature; "artificial flowers"; "artificial flavoring"; "an artificial diamond"; "artificial fibers"; "artificial sweeteners"
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The piece is evidently influenced by Borkovec's teacher, his favourite composer, whose lyricism, endeavour for monumentality, harmonic standards of extended tonality, as well as conventionalised manners of formal structure, tributary to late-Romantic music, are audible in it.
Moreover, certain conventionalised markers for a point-of-view shot are used, such as an unsteady or moving camera, or a shot taken from behind a partition, such as a bush or a doorway.
Christopher Dresser was undoubtedly Jones's greatest disciple, fully subscribing to the idea that nature should be conventionalised for design purposes rather than directly copied.
The sense of design in her work through use of pattern and shallow space also suggests the legacy of New Zealand's South Kensington style of art training 'that had helped develop a national design vocabulary based on conventionalised native and adopted flora and fauna, and Maori motifs'.
Conventionalised with consummate skill, they are at the same time so justly proportioned to the height and girth of the columns as to give an air of wonderful lightness to the whole structure.
It is in this elusive space, albeit not yet clearly mapped in my own mind, that I hope to animate Vladislavic's work, for his customary readers, as the output of an artist who 'sculpts' ideas, experimenting with new ways, in South African writing, of 'installing' language in the conventionalised preserve of local narrative fiction.