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VISUAL SOCIAL SEMIOTICS RICHARD ANDERSON

A Peruvian potato harvest

Contextual information:

Image Taken from the story- Finding the Faces of Farming: A Peruvian Potato Harvest.

Image by: Jim Richardson

Representational  346 more words

Richard Anderson

The Apopka Community Trust Fund continues to raise more questions than answers

Well, well, well.. guess what issue has reared it’s ugly head one more time? The John Land Apopka Community Trust Fund. I’ve been asking questions for almost a year about this fund, and also asking WHY we can’t get the simplest of answers. 486 more words

TheWORLD.ismy.GYM

And my GYM the WORLD… Memory is a strange thing. Mine is very fleeting at times and overall random. It was said best by a therapist, “Picture Jesse’s memories as files in a filing cabinet and  when his head came into direct contact with the cedar tree. 194 more words

Way BETTERthanBAD

TheGAMEofLIFE

Although people will never admit it, life is a game. When confronted with the reality of that fact, people will deny till their mouths froth. 1,203 more words

Way BETTERthanBAD

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Edward Coxen, actor (1880-1954)

Robert Siodmak, director (1900-1973)
Victor Young, composer, arranger, violinist & conductor (1900-1956)
Nina Olivette, actress & vaudeville performer (1910-1971)
Sylvia Sidney, actress (1910-1999) 37 more words

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

SEMIOTICS IMAGE ANALYSIS RICHARD ANDERSON

Heinz “No one grows Ketchup like Heinz”

The Ketchup bottle being represented by the icon of a sliced ripe tomato is a signifier of freshness and health. 209 more words

Semiotics

Moving Image Sequence Richard Anderson

”A Clockwork Orange” opening scene

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Contextual Information:

Director: Stanley Kubrick

Title: A Clockwork Orange

Year: 1971

Ratio: 1.66:1

Content:

Four men sitting at the end of a long room, very long slow zoom-out showing statues and others sitting around, all drinking milk. 298 more words

Compositional Interpretation