diaristic


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diaristic

(ˌdaɪəˈrɪstɪk)
adj
stylistically like a diary
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Highly personal yet resisting diaristic cohesion, this approach remained intact a decade later in Su lengua tibia (His Warm Tongue), 1990, in which self-portrait and scattered texts float uncertainly on an ambiguous sea.
All of my work is diaristic, but this project has had the most meaning in a way.
Diaristic voice-overs, authored by the artist, are merged with borrowed texts and homemade footage combined with appropriated scenes.
The new shots, by contrast, intimate authorship in other ways, whether in the self-portrait reflected in the sunglasses of Sherry's subject in Tess, Near "White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, July 2015, or in the cumbersome titles themselves, which detail the location and date of their capture and serve in their totality as a kind of diaristic mapping of Sherry's perambulations.
Undiluted color burns through a diaristic sequence of short films in a new three-channel edit of O'Neill's 1974 Saugus Series, a compilation of mini vignettes compositing found and original footage, filters, and analog effects reminiscent of the pilly static of coming down.
In the pieces collected in the volume, Green oscillates between the poles of academic and literary ambition, combining the poetic with the analytic, the diaristic with the theoretical, the autobiographical with the systematic, the tentative with the polemical.
However, rather than a straightforward diaristic approach such as Mekas's, Richards's process might be compared to that of a writer who continually records observations, collecting ideas, images, and impressions, generating something less like a diary than a synchronic personal archive.
They give the work a diaristic quality, and wryly hint that our intrepid camerawoman came to this planet by family car.
Rendered in a flamboyant faux-naif style suffused with elements of decor and glitter, her diaristic works on canvas are only one aspect of a highly context-aware painting practice that spilled into interior and set design as well as poetry.
Yet motifs of bohemian life, laziness, hesitation, and struggles with productivity are written into Strau's work quite literally, even if--glued to lampshades or on posters replete with typographic diversions--his diaristic stream of consciousness is difficult to read.
Broad strokes can be just as emotionally potent as diaristic impulses, but from her earliest songs, her lyrics have always communicated a bracing amount of information in digestible fashion, a consistently stunning high-wire act.
There's certainly no denying her mainstream potential - with her lithe, neo-soul melodies and intimate, diaristic songwriting style, Curry perfectly compliments British R&B's current trend for cool introspection.