Escher


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Esch•er

(ˈɛʃ ər, ˈɛs xər)
n.
M(aurits) C(ornelis), 1898–1972, Dutch artist.
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Escher will work with Gatesheadbased business support publishers Cobweb Information which will curate the content for the hub, while e Roundhouse, a Newcastle-based design and digital consultancy, will design the hub's interface.
Against this background EFPIA decided to provide an unrestricted research grant to the Escher platform to explore if the model is fit for purpose.
ABANA, an industry leader with over 30 years of experience in providing technology and service solutions to leading enterprises, has joined forces with Escher, a world-leading provider of outsourced point-of-sale software to the postal industry, in a project to modernize Saudi Arabia's Post Office (Saudi Post).
Through these funds we are also targeting social services and environmental protection, but, generally speaking, all spheres must be improved for more democracy" Escher pointed out in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).
The lecture, entitled Escher and the Droste effect, takes place on Monday November 28 at 6.
This is not a work which moves forward our understanding of the fifth-century transformations of western Europe by very much, but anyone who wishes to address the many fascinating issues raised by the development and fate of the Burgundian realm will give enormous thanks to Katalin Escher for the vast amount of painstaking work she has completed.
In May 2006, he graduated from the Manhattan School of Music with the Hugo Kortschak Award for Excellence in Chamber Music, and this fall the Escher quartet will begin a three-year residency at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in New York.
This savings was in addition to the initial gas savings recognized with the Escher recuperator, which eliminated the gas-fired blast air heater.
The DIP fiber stock will be used for printing and writing paper production on the mill's existing Escher Wyss Number 3 Paper Machine, and the new Voith Paper Machine Number 4, which was ordered in March 2005.
As in Escher, perspectives are tilted and rotated; disorientation is the norm; and unadulterated nature virtually disappears.
In some sketches, Escher creates multiple illusions of endless staircases leading nowhere.
Escher is the artist most recognized for his work with tessellations, a number of contemporary artists are exploring these concepts, especially through art made on the computer.