claustral


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claus·tral

(klaws'trăl),
Relating to the claustrum.

claus·tral

(klaws'trăl)
Relating to the claustrum.
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Reformed in the 1070s, Eynsham was again re-founded in 1109 and afterwards rebuilt in the Norman Romanesque style, with a new claustral plan on a completely different alignment.
In Godard's abiding concern with money and memory, the cash nexus and cultural tradition, a strong continuity exists between his early classics and his most recent work, just as Chabrol's acerbic view of humanity, Rohmer's loquacious sense of the moral consequences of desire, and Rivette's claustral rendering of entrapment and amour fou persist in their late films.
Future phases of the project include the creation of exhibition spaces in some of the claustral buildings, including the Great Kitchen.
That wallpaper has its poetry, in any case, was already clear enough to modernist painters like Matisse, Vuillard, and Bonnard, for whom its rhythmic patterns had at once a formal raison d'etre, functioning as an approximation of what Clement Greenberg would later call the "all-over picture," "tightly covered, evenly and heavily textured," which "tended--but only tended--to reduce the picture to a relatively undifferentiated surface," and a psychosocial one, since its "muffled contrasts" were also those of the claustral inferiority of the European bourgeois subject.
No longer willing even to fight an external foe, the male subject has now interiorized the categories of master and slave and is absorbed in the claustral drama of overcoming himself.
9 Track of the Cat (William Wellman) The highlight of this year's Cinema Ritrovato in Bologna, Wellman's legendary 1954 family psychodrama relies on formal paradox--shot in wide-screen and color, it is claustral and mostly black and white--to make stranger its O'Neill-like tale of a mountain clan ruled by a dipso daddy and Bible-thumping mom.
Evocative of manga panels, the director's sequences emphasize the claustral and/or agoraphobic qualities of homes and offices, stores and institutions, the scale of people in relation to the architecture that surrounds them.