Meaning-Making in Visual Culture

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The main purpose of this research is to show how indigenous knowledge about form, patterns and colours can improve visual reading in certain communities. In other words visual storytelling is used as a communicative tool. The author is integrating Uandan art forms into contemporary artpractise. He uses the case Buganda in this study, but this system can be adapted in any community. Richard Kabiito has studied art education in Aalto University's School of Art and Design. Ath the moment he works as lecturer at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

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Size (width x height)
170 x 240
Published
2010
ISBN
978-952-60-0001-5
Page count
268
Author
Kabiito, Richard
Format
paperback with flaps, colour pictures

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