captionless

captionless

(ˈkæpʃənləs)
adj
(of a cartoon) having no caption
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Beyonce acknowledged the drop with captionless posts on her Instagram.
The No Tears Left To Cry singer, 25, posted a captionless black and white photograph of the rapper looking up at the camera on herInstagramaccount, which has also had the comments disabled.
"Our culture has accepted two huge lies," read the captionless post. "The first is that if you disagree with someone's lifestyle, you must fear of hate them.
Echoing the captionless layout of the original Provoke issues, the cacophonous installation at Le Bal favored books and films, performance scripts and documentation, and enlarged photographic reproductions arrayed like wallpaper across the interior.
Though these are not exactly new claims in regards to Dictee, I propose that the text calls attention to the processes that model or rehearse publics and situational realities, (3) and that it is significant beyond the mere inclusion of "uncaptioned" or "captionless" images (Cheng 2000, Kim 2013).
The captionless cartoon made you wonder just what is being communicated and what is being understood.
But a captionless or sparsely captioned photograph, removed from the original context and formed from a set of observations, comments on society--a kind of meta-news.
The captions for Cruikshank's illustrations (for example, "Oliver asking for more" and "Fagin in the condemned Cell") are summations of, and accompaniments to, a key scene, whereas Wegner's captionless illustrations simply stand across from, above, or below the written scene.
Another study found that patients with bipolar disorder were able to find humor in captionless cartoons while they were in remission (J.
Still, the presentations would have benefitted from more photographs: Going to School in South Asia has none (besides the captionless color image on the cover--uniformed and backpacked girls walking to or from school in Bhutan); Going to School in East Asia includes only twelve monograph images (plus the captionless cover image--students holding their slate writing boards aloft in an elementary classroom in Kampong Cham, Cambodia).
Sebald (amateur, captionless black-and-white photos are even scattered throughout the German edition; in the English edition, they are in a separate picture section and identified).