But unseen voices may emanate from unseen and unseeable
creatures who wield invisible blades," answered the green warrior.
A warning to check the back seat for a child in a rear-facing seat, unseeable
from the driver, could save a child's life.
For starters, members of certain castes -- the lowest in the Hindu caste pyramid -- were not only untouchable but also unseeable
WEERASETHAKUL contrasts the unseeable
spirit (which can really only show itself through the light of the breathing machines) with the very visible and inconvenient body.
Nineteenth-century literature is a particularly fruitful subject for a methodology that bridges the gap between material and immaterial culture because the Victorian world was one in which the borders of the "real" were constantly being blurred by technological advancements and popular religious practices that relied on the premise that unseeable
forces informed and shaped everyday life.
In the work, which is being shown in the Underground Gallery, a young woman and a young man are doused with a sudden and unexpected succession of different coloured liquids in a cycle that represents a journey through the unknowable and unseeable
Like Terranova, Betsy Sholl, in Otherwise Unseeable
, explores the world in poems that examine shrines, monuments, possessions.
If we accept the wisdom offered by this alternative view, how do we then imagine education as we walk backward into an unseeable
, unknowable future?
I want to ask her: twenty-three years ago--did she want to protect the tiny unseeable
thing that became me?
Sinuous golden flames, clearly influenced by Chinese art, engulf the Prophet as he prostrates in complete surrender (which is in fact the actual meaning of the term Islam) in front of the unseen and unseeable
But for the political skeptic, this is a faith in things unseen and unseeable
Notably, the strategies above rest on encountering, thinking about and articulating black absented presences: the unspeakable, the unwritten, the unbearable and unutterable, the unseeable
and the invisible, the uncountable and unindexed, outside the scourge, that which cannot be seen or heard or read but is always there.