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pris·mat·ic

(priz-mat'ik),
Relating to or resembling a prism.

prismatic

(prĭz-măt′ĭk)
1. Shaped like a prism.
2. Produced by a prism.
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Nevertheless, there are times when one does have the impression of deja entendu, and some readers may not fully subscribe to Vaget's claim in his introductory remarks that by treating his evidentiary material "prismatically" rather than "chronologically," he is able to avoid repetition and overlapping.
Loach's films of the last few years have looked prismatically at where working people stand in this epochal change and the restructuring of class relations, from the workers' eyes.
Like the sea, this "location" is presented in many different kinds of compositions, including shots in which colors are separated prismatically. While glimpses of the backdrop and buildings suggest cartoon-like or stage-set imagery, their stasis is almost wiped out by Brakhage's transformations.
The Kerassiotis house sits prismatically clear against this wild backdrop.
The essays "try to see the composer prismatically," as Carley puts it, "through environments, relationships and events which held meaning for him" (p.