As befits the first book in English on Felisberto Hernandez, Frank Graziano takes on the major areas of established criticism and divides his analysis accordingly: after an introduction that discusses the 'open' quality of Hernandez's work and relates it to the fantastic and to Winnicot's ideas about potential space, there follow four chapters on 'Narcissism and Hernandez', 'The Poetics of Reflection, 'The Tactility
of Sight', and 'The Maternal Body'.
Like body contact at the birth of a love venture and/or adventure, as passion burgeons and slackens, Chapsal's phonemes accentuate tactility
; they enrapture and mesmerize, excite and warm.
A rug adds tactility
to virtual-reality entertainment.
The eight other pieces in the exhibition, all dated 2015, were also in one way or another related to the body; the exhibition as a whole could be regarded as an exploration of transformative processes inside the body and the transmission of knowledge through the visibility and tactility
of those processes.
and the manipulation of the paint allows me to not only explore the particular features of a person, but also establish a sense of empathy by revealing an honest, raw and uninhibited response to what I see, feel and try to understand."
The design, by Atelier Dyakova, is acutely sensitive to his work in its restricted range of colour, tactility
(a cover embossed with his groupings of cylinders), deliberate spacing and general quietness and beauty.
Multiple Sclerosis relief using Stemedix[TM] adult stem cell therapy treatment may be achieved in a variety of symptoms associated with this condition: Reduction or elimination of muscle pains and spasms, reduction or elimination of numbness and tingling sensations, improved concentration, Improved coordination, increased energy, slight improvements in vision loss, improved balance and movement, reduction or elimination of headaches, improved tactility
(sense of touch), and improved bladder function.
The theme of textiles runs throughout the building, giving rise to a sense of rich tactility
The crescent moon and star are realised as a diffractive pattern component, known as the surface relief, which appears to have depth, reproducing the look of intaglio printing's tactility
, but which is - of course - an optical illusion.
The seat and backrest are made in one piece and designed to withstand years of constant tilting and rocking under load--facilitating "dynamic, active sitting, accommodating the child's natural need for movement and effectively preventing tenseness that could impair concentration." Thanks to its micro-cellular construction, this material combines low weight with a robust, abrasion-resistant surface that offers a pleasantly roughened tactility
while helping to prevent slipping and sweating.
The two publishers, each from the provinces, have collaborated to produce a volume of quality whose tactility
and visual allure recall the fine editions of Guy Levis Mano.
When Montblanc's creative director Zaim Kamal designed a new line of Italian-made leather goods, he had one word in mind: tactility
. "I like pieces that age and have a bit of a companionship," he says.