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Abstract: The following graphic novel is meant to be an exploration of semiotic network narrative through which the reader becomes an author. The form of the graphic novel illuminates the code that runs beneath all of reality. Graphic novels have always been relational in structure. They push...
Abstract: This work is the result of a lifetime of comic reading and collecting. Each of the images has been cut (chain-sawed), copied, redrawn, and combined, creating a visual narrative that touches upon a few major themes that are of perennial interest to art educators: the creative impulse,...
Abstract: For most of the 20 th century, comics and graphic novels have not been considered worthy of inclusion in curricula by educators. Comics have been blamed for juvenile delinquency and poor literacy skill acquisition (McCloud, 1993, 2000; Wertham, 1954).
Abstract: Sequential print images and text, injected with Deleuze's cinematic concept of the time image, create a blended graphic novel/zine within the framework of the folding of an origami mask. the politics of art making is investigated through Deleuze and Guattari's three political lines of...
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