imaginist

imaginist

(ɪˈmædʒɪnɪst)
n
an imaginative person
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How much more must an imaginist, like herself, be on fire with speculation and foresight
This exhibition has received immense support from the China National Arts Fund, Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture, Artron Art Group, and Beijing Imaginist Time Culture Company.
At this stage of the novel, as Emma encounters Robert Martin, the value of goodness of heart is still to be discovered; instead Emma gives more weight to taste, elegance, and intellectual excellence--and, ever the imaginist, bends the evidence to her own desires.
Likewise, Elinor becomes an imaginist in Emma's mold ("they would soon, she supposed, be settled at Delaford," 48; 357), only to have her fondest wishes immediately fulfilled, "oppressed" rather than depressed, and then "overcome by her own felicity" (49; 363).
Boris Groys draws attention to the imaginist side of Socialist Realism: an objective rendition of external reality still in the making, shaped according to Party objectives at the time of production (1992: 51).
This is reinforced by Austen's account of Emma's reaction to the first dramatic meeting between Frank Churchill and Harriet Smith: "How much more must an imaginist, like herself, be on fire with speculation and foresight
Standing firmly in this legacy were four European collectives that rose to prominence in the 1950s: CoBrA, Lettrist International, International Movement for an Imaginist Bauhaus, and the Situationist International.
Another associate was Asger Jorn, a Danish-born painter and writer, an ardent critic of what he labeled repressive architecture and a member of the International Movement for an Imaginist Bauhaus, a group which intended to leaven the strictly functionalist approach of the real Bauhaus.
In my job search, I hoped to find an imaginist position opening (Figure 1).
The Imaginist movement was founded in 1919 by its leading poet, Sergey Aleksandrovich Yesenin.
In a certain sense the Corb-Dali combination is not as singular as it might seem: A Constructivist-Surrealist dialectic was at the heart of the historical avantgarde, and its (impossible) resolution was a partial project of several neo-avant-gardes--from the Imaginist Bauhaus and the Situationists, through Archigram and Price, to Koolhaas and OMA.
Even a self-proclaimed imaginist like Emma is perceptive and fair enough to recognize the well-crafted nature of his prose with a purpose: the letter of proposal to Harriet.