these geographic forms to create abstract forms that depict the accelerating pace of change in nature visually.
A pair of differently cropped, scaled, smeared, and smudged paintings of a stray dog, Ghost Town I and II, 2016--a new motif based on a news photograph from the region of Fukushima, Japan--exemplified how she decontextualizes
However, the adopted focus on a certain discourse and the resulting neglect of production, dissemination, and consumption/reception of images, decontextualizes
these same images to a certain extent.
The presence of the conjunctive space of experience is much stronger, it shapes the image of the past and decontextualizes
Although Abanes cites the work of John Brooke and Michael Quinn on these points, he decontextualizes
the discussion by failing to note--as Brooke and Quinn do--that these activities were pervasive in traditional Christianity both prior to and contemporary with early nineteenth-century Mormonism.
Considering that alphabetic writing registers speech but not the speaker, by separating and distancing the "speech" from the speaker it therefore decontextualizes
the information or knowledge it purports to represent; for members of indigenous cultures such as the Kashinawa, alphabetic writing being incapable of marking differences of perspective in information or knowledge, is seen to be deeply lacking, given that knowledge registered alphabetically has no means of indicating its truth value.
women from the sources of their suffering and individualizes women's oppression.
Huyssen divides the role of museums into three models: the traditional role of preserving high culture, the poststructuralist theory which equates the museum as a mass medium with television which merely simulates reality and thus dehistoricizes and decontextualizes
it, and the sociological and critical-theory model which views cultural activity as a socializing agency and believes that-the museum, with its demand for active interaction, can offer more than television.
The narratives supplied to us by CNN and the daily press, premised on sensation and the kind of focus that magnifies and decontextualizes
, are not vehicle enough.
The quotation marks around "representative" signal a knowing awkwardness of offering a selection of Vizenor's work, for a reader isolates, decontextualizes
, and reduces years of work to a single, almost monolithic text.