The fact of two things being seen or placed close together with contrasting effect.
Source – Google Definitions
I encountered this word while reading the description for project #2
“On your walk, look for sites of different New Yorks overlapping—such juxtapositions include old and new,”
Now that I know the meaning of Juxtaposition, I know understand that I will be looking for two things in New York that are close together that looks different.
[Glossary Entry 2]
noun ho·mo·ge·ne·i·ty \ˌhō-mə-jə-ˈnē-ə-tē, -ˈnā- also ÷-ˈnī-; especially British ˌhä-\
Definition of HOMOGENEITY
1: the quality or state of being homogeneous
2: the state of having identical cumulative distribution function or values
I found this word in the reading for the week Universe Strikes Back by Ellen Lupton and I’m thinking she means the second definition where there are identical functions someone can have within them selves.
Sources – Merriam-Webster.com
- loose material (as rock fragments or organic particles) that results directly from disintegrations
- a : a product of disintegration, destruction, or wearing away : debris
b : miscellaneous remnants : odds and ends <sifting through the detritus of his childhood — Michael Tomasky>
This word was being talked about in Graphic design principles 1/COMD 1100. In class we couldn’t really even pronounce the word let alone define it but now i know that we were aiming for he first definition that it basically means left over debris.
a set of principles underlying and guiding the work of a particular artist or artistic movement.
(SOURCE- Google dictionary)
I encountered this word while reading the task for Project #1
on September 4th, 2015. “Include in your bio a description of what you are passionate about, what you see as your design aesthetic
Now by knowing what aesthetic means I now understand that it is asking me about what I see as my design style and how I go about creating my works.
[Glossary Entry 1]