seriality


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seriality

(ˌsɪərɪˈælɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
a serial layout or arrangement; the quality of taking place in series
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Investigating varying articulations of seriality within his oeuvre, as well as geometry, surface, and colour, the artist creates simple yet deeply resonant works.
The gestalt concept is developed from the rational requirements of a modular office structure, Which requires a high degree of flexibility and seriality.
They have referenced the film--especially its use of certain formal devices such as seriality and its reflective first-person voice-over that Malle devised to negotiate with the problematics of filming another culture--as a point of orientation for their own work which may or may not relate to India.
Carol Tilley, who teaches at the University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign's School of Information Sciences, titled her closing Vision talk "The Secret Life of Comics: Socializing & Seriality.
That got me interested in seriality, in the serial nature of a progression, where nothing was constant - like soldiers marching but breaking step now and then.
Carol Tilley, who teaches at the School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, titled her closing Vision talk "The Secret Life of Comics: Socializing & Seriality.
By presenting Modern Love as a "sonnet serial," I mean to purposefully echo and yet distinguish seriality from serialization, in which the momentum-based narrative logic of the novel finds its most explicit expression.
She also asks whether this oppressive seriality can become subversive and liberating.
n, m, and D 50 for the Lyman-Kutcher-Burman model 10-12 or s, Y and D 50 for the seriality model.
He was constantly rewiring his own work, too, recycling motifs and experimenting with seriality and repetition, a process that is well served by this exhibition's design.
Biologist Paul Kammerer, in his book 'The Law of Seriality,' gave the following example among so many he collected for over 20 years:
Small-format photographs and books by Brotherus and Huning draw in the viewer in an altogether different manner, their small seriality underscoring the ongoing nature of the discourse between grief and acceptance.