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Youthful Self-Portrait

Description: The painting of a man looking over his right shoulder is dark and mostly in tones of brown. The man's hair is long and he wears a fur collared coat.
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Date: unknown
Creator: Giordano, Luca
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Pop Baroque

Description: My objective was to make a body of work that used baroque sensibilities with my own connections to popular culture. A series of mixed media works and one installation were created that infused baroque motifs with present popular design. My interpretation of the presence of the Baroque was expanded by using vivid colors, textures, patterns and designs collected from my environment during an investigation of the theatrical fantasies of popular culture. I expected to make work that could be approached conceptually from different angles, while being seductive on the surface.
Date: May 2003
Creator: Gassiraro, Jennifer
Partner: UNT Libraries

A Girl Crying

Description: The focus of this painting is a girl holding a handkerchief to her eyes as she cries. She wears a dark gray dress and a tight fitting cap. The background of the painting is gray.
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Date: unknown
Creator: Rotari, Pietro
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Architectural Veduta

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Date: unknown
Creator: Ehrenberg, Wilhelm Schubert van
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Transfantasies for Flauto Traverso, Computer Music, and Dance

Description: TransFantasies is an interdisciplinary composition for Baroque flute (flauto traverso), computer music, and dance. A crucial component of the work is an interactive hardware and software environment that provides the opportunity for the players to shape aspects of the work during the performance. This essay discusses the influences that inspired the work and presents an in-depth analysis of notable elements of the composition. Primary issues include compositional models for gesture-based composition, historical performance practices, interactivity, and relationships between music and dance. The final component of the essay details the software component designed to create the composition. It also discusses music technology in current practice and its role in this particular work. At its core, TransFantasies is concerned with those moments where computer-influenced decisions and human behaviors collide.
Date: May 2013
Creator: Fick, Jason
Partner: UNT Libraries