Flier, "Filling in the Blanks: The Church of the Intercession and the Architectonics
of Medieval Muscovite Ritual," Harvard Ukrainian Studies 19, nos.
The work belongs to Lapin's architectonics
aka temples, with which the artist started in 1974 and which he has been one of the few artists (possibly the only one
The animating juxtaposition is announced early on, in the book's introduction, "Front Room, Back Room," whose title describes the generative architectonics
of the restaurant/club Max's Kansas City in the late 1960s.
Another prominent voice in this volume is that of Lawrence McCrea, both of whose essays--on Magha's Sisupalavadha ("The Conquest of Cool: Theology and Aesthetics in Magha's Sisupalavadha") and Rajas'ekhara's highly literary play Balaramayana ("The Poetics of Perspective in Rajasekhara's Young Ramayana")--elucidate complex narrative architectonics
of Sanskrit kavya.
This he defines as "macropolitical flight whereby agents flee slavery through non-fleeting acts of naming, veve architectonics
, liberation, reordering of the state of society, and constitutionalism.
This aspect of Judd's work acquired a particular inflection in Begum's evolving sculptural imagination when it came to signal a form of cultural alterity in relation to her experience of a very different kind of abstraction: the architectonics
of emptiness that structures the Islamic conception of sacred space, the void that is the sphere of prayer for the believer, a "vacuity" the more blissful for the arabesques and geometric patterns embellishing it.
Procurement within 1 comprises the manufacture, supply and installation of all equipment, as further defined in the inventory of works and plans of the issuer architectonics
Chairs by Architects (Thames + Hudson) looks at furniture design and architecture from the past century, and observes the dynamic relationship between the architectonics
of such ubiquitous parts of the home and the buildings crafted by the same designers.
Mikhail Bakhtin's concept of architectonics
holds great potential in the field of literary criticism, eventhough it has been vastly overlooked by scholars, at least in the English-speaking world.
43) Lock-in or "freezing" effect of portfolio architectonics
often derive from financial contents of contracts.
I attended a lecture on architecture and architectonics
at the American Studies and Research Center at Hyderabad, India, but poet and architect Hasan Masud Taj had made it seem so simple.
Individual contributions are focused on the moral physiology of laughter, architectonics
of knowledge in seventeenth-century English thought, early modern natural science as an agent for change in naturalist painting, and a wide variety of other related subjects.