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Glimpsejournal : Is the visual political?

Glimpsejournal : Is the visual political?

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Published by Abidin Zein

Vision is arguably our most immediate and mysterious means of receiving information.
It is the carrier of great subtleties, can extend or heighten our emotions, override our
logic, but can also serve to amplify our reason or intuition. Formally uncodified, vision
differs from our more conscious cultural engagement with spoken and written language.
It is deeply, biologically embedded in our cognitive framework, but often in
ways we do not recognize or understand

Vision is arguably our most immediate and mysterious means of receiving information.
It is the carrier of great subtleties, can extend or heighten our emotions, override our
logic, but can also serve to amplify our reason or intuition. Formally uncodified, vision
differs from our more conscious cultural engagement with spoken and written language.
It is deeply, biologically embedded in our cognitive framework, but often in
ways we do not recognize or understand

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Published by: Abidin Zein on May 26, 2011
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the art + science of seeing
Is the visual political?
vol 1.1
 
Glimpse is an interdisciplinary journal that examines the functions,processes, and effects of vision and vision’s implications for being,knowing, and constructing our world(s). Each theme-focused journalissue features articles, visual spreads, interviews, and reviews span-ning the physical sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.
Glimpse
the art+science of seeing
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volume 1 issue 1
Copyright and Acknowledgements 
Glimpse acknowledges creators’ copyright, and encourages contributors to consider Creative Commons licenses for their works. Many of the images used in this issue are Creative Commons licensed images from Flickr.com members, and others are public domain images courtesy of Boston Public Library, or private collectors. The font used in this issue is Tuffy, a freely available font.
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