Though the paintings are thoroughly entrenched in AbEx, when Huang moves off the canvas and begins realizing her gestural
marks in other media, she invariably situates herself within another, more recent spectrum of art practices: those that seek to explore the effects of consumer digital technology.
Externally layering colors when doing gestural
art works is opposed to his internal digging of colors when making his "controlled artworks".
The goal of the previous chapters appears to be largely chapter 5, "The Gestural
Performative: Locating Agency in the Work of Judith Butler and Frantz Fanon," in which Noland attempts to take to task Butler's views on the construction and gendering of the subject by suggesting Butler does not adequately account for the centrality of kinesthetic experience in the generation of the (gendered and raced) subject, and that she refuses to distinguish between "bodily gestures" and "discursive acts" (189).
MORE YOUNG PEOPLE SEEM AWARE OF GESTURAL
SPIRITUALITY than I would have thought.
An illustrative example is given by Iacono and Parsons (1986), in which the gestural
sign teaching by imitation is compared with a hand-guided strategy.
At ground level, and most difficult to retrieve, is that gestural
vocabulary least imbued with formal meaning, the habitual body language of a place, time, and social group.
Some reasons are intrinsic to gestural
Pils has painted gestural
lines into the transparent white; they are so delicate as to change the impression of fluid abstraction into something botanical.
The authors concluded that their results suggest a common gestural
communication system localized in the left hemisphere of the brain that in humans was later "invaded" by vocalization to become language.
While singing a song or reciting a text, they repeat this gestural
Both the nature of the site and the presence of an original structure gave rise to a more nuanced strategy of restatement and consolidation, as opposed to simply introducing a gestural
, object building.