conceptual

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  • Increasing the distance between the two would in turn increase their conceptual independence.
  • It is most widely used in conceptual design for film, television and video games.
  • This time period saw the rise of such things as performance art, video art, and conceptual art.
  • The modern period saw "social science" first used as a distinct conceptual field.
  • Within the academic literature, each theory may be understood as a conceptual system.
  • The artist's book proved central to the development of conceptual art.
  • Many of the concerns of the conceptual art movement have been taken up by contemporary artists.
  • It is assumed he had a hand in most of the original, conceptual work that he produced.
  • Instead, it is a collection of ideas about how the mind and thinking work on the conceptual level.
  • In addition, an alternate theory has been proposed called the folk conceptual theory.
  • Both space and time and conceptual principles and processes pre-structure experience.
  • Many of the artists associated with land art had been involved with minimal art and conceptual art.
  • The actual production in many conceptual and contemporary works of art is a matter of assembly of found objects.
  • Prototype theory came out of problems with the classical view of conceptual structure.
  • The general case now unifies at a conceptual level a number of different research programs.
  • Conceptual systems may be found within the human mind, as works of art and fiction, and within the academic world.
  • This branch is mostly a conceptual model for future work.
  • Conceptual art in particular has had a wide influence.
  • Below are selected telescopes that are still in the conceptual/proposed stage or still under construction.
  • A tree structure is conceptual, and appears in several forms.
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