(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Redefinition of Cultural Imperialism in American Visual Communications: Globalization and American Identity

While cultural imperialism certainly applies from the Age of Exploration to the aftermath of World War II, it should be reevaluated in light of increasingly influential non-Western economies.

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Visual Language and Communication in an Emerging Global Civilization: The Ascendance of the Image

Digital technology, popular culture and consumerism shape a yet-to-be-defined global civilization and exacerbate the age-old conflict between words and images.

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The Importance of Escape from Virtual Reality: Observational Drawing in the Digital Age

Observational drawing enhances conceptual and critical understanding and liberates young artists from the prison of virtual reality.

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Rethinking the Silver Screen: Science, Film and, Art after “Avatar”

Science and art meet in art school to inform a new generation of artists working in film and animation.

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Ideology and Iconoclasm: The Image in Mid-twentieth- century American Art Criticism

Clement Greenberg and Harold Rosenberg clashed in the 1950s over two views of art and the images that still inform artistic discourse.

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Art, Production, and the Myth of Progress: Understanding Critical Questions by Nietzsche, Camus, and Kuspit

Niestzsche, Camus, and Kuspit questioned the meaning of progress, production, and freedom in the arts. What do their questions mean in second decade of the twenty-first century?

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Published online: June 17, 2014

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