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ISSUE02

Graphics

Edited by Enrico Cicalò

The second issue of IMG journal publishes some in-depth contributions presented at the second IMG conference held in Alghero in 2019, after the first edition held in Brixen in 20171. Although all the contributions have been already published in the proceedings of the conference2, has emerged the need to deepen and to give more visibility to the debate on the topic of the conference, or the exploration of the ‘graphic sciences’ and their role in contemporary society.
Indeed, the IMG2019 conference was aimed to recompose the elements detectable in the international panorama of research in the fields of studies focused on the production of images; that can be labelled through the “expression graphic sciences”.

Issue 02

Apr 2020

Graphics

Edited by:
Enrico Cicalò

Full English text
Pages: 256
ISBN: 9788899586119
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Contents

Editorial

Enrico Cicalò

Contributions

Anatomographics

Carlo Bianchini

Photo-graphies. Memories of the eternal presence in the age of digital mortality

Letizia Bollini

The labyrinths of Peter Sís. Picture books to travel through space and time

Camilla Casonato

Interconnections between form and matter in twentieth-century Murano glass

Irene Cazzaro

Paper models of architectural surfaces. Images for implicit and explicit geometries

Caterina Cumino, Martino Pavignano, Ursula Zich

About sound mark.Considerations of identity connotations

Maria Linda Falcidieno

The playful character of creative alphabets. The case of cover art between the 1930s and the 1970s

Francesca Fatta

Seeing, Feeling, and Hearing Time. Extensions of Representation Between Diagrams and Figures

Elena Ippoliti

Visual learning and education for augmented reality environments

Anita Macauda

Image and Imagination. A research path between cross-sections and etchings

Andrea Oldani

The new boundaries like exile of conscience

Domenico Pastore, Francesca Sisci

Memory and Absence. The family house in two autobiographical graphic novels

Ilaria Trizio

When does the Image become a Document? More History of Representation for New Drawings

Maurizio Unali