visualist

visualist

(ˈvɪzjʊəlɪst; ˈvɪʒʊəlɪst)
n
another word for visualizer
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Presented by The Howard Hughes Corporation, the developer of the Downtown Columbia district, OPUS 1 will be composed of eleven large scale activation areas featuring more than 100 musicians, performers and artists - including Christie 360, whose The Forest Between performance will enliven The Enchanted Forest zone, alongside The Forest Gateway performance by visualist Eric Epstein, sculptor Brandon Ellis and composer Caroline Polachek.
A visualist from a young age, Toufic first showed an interest in photography at the age of 15, refining his skills at art college over the next few years.
A problem, however, Ong maintains, is that hermeneutics traditionally has been conceived in terms of visualist or textualist models for understanding, as practiced by Dilthey, Schleiermacher, and to some extent even Gadamer and Ricoeur.
Feld (1986), in writing of the Kaluli drum, suggests that there is a visualist bias in western attention to the appearance of the drum, that too much is made of its carved design as compared to its carefully adjusted sound.
Knowing Scott to be a visualist, Parkes and Wick brought with them David Franzoni's screenplay along with a color reproduction of Jean-Leon Gerome' painting Pollice Verso ("Thumbs Down"), Their strategy worked.
The storm was delayed that year, so the editors hired the young Mehrinfar as a visualist to foresee the impact of an impending hurricane.
In contrast to strongly visualist representations of ritualists in contemporary Uganda, this project approaches kusamira according to its total sensory appeal.
According to band DJ and visualist Joe Hahn: "We are working to create a special experience for our fans where each of these live performances is designed to be a transformative multimedia experience, blending our songs and art and featuring never-before-seen visual technology.
Cook has recently pointed out, Harris and Kasson's studies preceded the publication of the English version of Guy DeBord's The Society of the Spectacle (1967), a powerfully argued study that further stimulated work in the visualist vein (James W.
Mehrinfar is a business strategy conceptualist, architectural visualist and brand futurist who promotes communication, and encourages discussion, and development in all areas of design.
Helped by the stunning visualist director Timur Bekmambetov - creator of the most successful Russian film franchise in history, the Night Watch series - Wanted sees James in his first action role.
Jolie & McAvoy star in 'Wanted' Based upon Mark Millar's explosive graphic novel series and helmed by stunning visualist director Timur Bekmambetov, Wanted tells the tale of one apathetic nobody's transformation into an unparalleled enforcer of justice.