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How does Ernst Cambric define style and how might we understand the relationship between an object's style and the time and place in which it was created? Ernst Cambric defines style as "any distinctive, and therefore recognizable, way in which an act is performed or an artifact made or ought to be performed and made. " He also portrays style as distinguished event or pieces that has "desirable consistency and conspicuousness" and "stands out from a mass of 'undistinguished' events or objects". In relation to time and place in which style was created, "The analysis of stylistic traditions in terms of the means peculiar to individual arts cuts across another approach, which is less interested in longitudinal study of evolution than...

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An Avant Garde Critique

Year 12 Film and Television A Touch of Avian-Garden - Film Critique Avian Garden is often defined as a new expression that deviates from the cultural 'norm,' but that doesn't tell us quite why we appreciate it. Avian Garden is a bit like poetry. It uses aesthetic, symbolic, artistic, or ambiguous content to evoke and signify meanings and feelings in addition to what is ostensibly interpreted. For example, in the case of films, rather than having information handed to the viewer on a platter of dialogue, the narrative is often delivered in a way that is not immediately apparent, UT ultimately more meaningful. This symbolism is one Avian Garden technique amongst many. Two films, Being John Milkmaids and Scott Pilgrim vs.....

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