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This vintage spouse to undergraduate useful paintings in physics describes the useful, severe process that are supposed to be made to all physics experiments. It covers the statistical remedy of information and experimental tools, and offers suggestion on preserving effective documents, calculations, and medical writing. the recent version good points remedy of the c2 distribution, a bit on atomic clocks, labored examples according to spreadsheets, and extra workouts. present examples and references were mentioned up to now. The textual content is liberally illustrated with examples and routines, with options to the latter. even supposing meant for undergraduates, useful Physics might be of curiosity to researchers, not just in physics, yet in different sciences to boot.

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The Baroque aesthetic was not beautiful, it was sublime. The sublime is always a passage to the boundary, whether it be high or low. With the Baroque she touches on the sublime, because she shows the thresholds, the excesses. But she sides much more with an aesthetic of difference, of the transition towards the other, an aesthetic of the artifice of the living: the historical question of the implant, the prosthesis, the grafting of the artificial on the living to create beauty. In the end, it is a mutant aesthetic which opens up to all the Proteus of the virtual, but which always returns to a plural self, transformed into that which is transformable, made up of all its plastic heteronymies.

In a flash of light, there is noticeable evolution where technology increasingly cools down this body that is kept at a distance in favour of the creative spirit. Everyone is invited to gaze, interrogate and make decisions. mise-en-scène pour un grand fiat 27 CARNAL ART MANIFESTO (1989) ORLAN (Translated by S. Donger) Definition Carnal Art is the work of the self-portrait in its classical sense, but with technological means which are from one’s own time. It oscillates between distortion of figure and reconstruction of the figure.

It would be not to have a face or an image, no representation, and it is not the face or faciality or defaciality that saves me. To me what counts is to circulate around those possible images, to extract and unravel them, step by step, always astonished by the visions of what one could be and its way of being. And whatever the image, it is always imbued with a worrying strangeness. Christianity accepts the myriad versions of Christ’s representation, of virgins and saints: iconography that allows us to get close to something, to make something rather than nothing available to sight.

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