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How to be an Artist (Paperback): Michael Atavar How to be an Artist (Paperback)
Michael Atavar
R317 R293 Discovery Miles 2 930 Save R24 (8%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days
How to Draw Super Cute Animals - Drawing Learning Book for Beginners?Easy Step by Step Drawing Guide??Black & Whited Edition?... How to Draw Super Cute Animals - Drawing Learning Book for Beginners;Easy Step by Step Drawing Guide;(Black & Whited Edition) (Paperback)
Ikuki Painting Classroom
R160 Discovery Miles 1 600 Ships in 7 - 11 work days
IN/Search RE/Search - Imagining Scenarios Through Art and Design (Paperback): Gabrielle Kennedy IN/Search RE/Search - Imagining Scenarios Through Art and Design (Paperback)
Gabrielle Kennedy
R509 Discovery Miles 5 090 Ships in 10 - 20 work days
Karel Appel, A Gesture of Colour (Hardcover): Jean-Francois Lyotard Karel Appel, A Gesture of Colour (Hardcover)
Jean-Francois Lyotard; Introduction by Herman Parret; Afterword by Christine Buci-Glucksmann
R949 Discovery Miles 9 490 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The first volume in the new series Jean-Francois Lyotard: Writings on Contemporary Art and Artists is dedicated to the Dutch Abstract Expressionist painter, sculptor, and poet Karel Appel (1921 2006). Originally published in German, the book's original French text, written in 1992 as the result of a correspondence with Karel Appel, is here published for the first time. In his text about Appel, Lyotard reflects on the nature and function of color as it is used by the artist. Karel Appel, A Gesture of Colour brings together, in a special color section, twenty-five color reproductions of paintings discussed by Lyotard. The layout of this remarkable art historical survey of Appel's work emphasizes the bilingual texts.Lyotard presents Karel Appel's "matterism" as an offer of presence, presence deferred it is the visual where every predicate is suspended, the visual touched, a "gesture" of color more than a property of color, an appearance at the edge of the abyss. Christine Buci-Glucksmann's epilogue situates Karel Appel, a Gesture of Colour within the whole of Lyotard's writings on art and his subsequent work."

Ekphrastic Encounters - New Interdisciplinary Essays on Literature and the Visual Arts (Hardcover): David Kennedy, Richard Meek Ekphrastic Encounters - New Interdisciplinary Essays on Literature and the Visual Arts (Hardcover)
David Kennedy, Richard Meek
R2,085 Discovery Miles 20 850 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

This book offers a comprehensive reassessment of ekphrasis: the verbal representation of visual art. Ekphrasis has been traditionally regarded as a form of paragone (competition) between word and image. This interdisciplinary collection of essays seeks to complicate this critical paradigm and proposes a more reciprocal model of ekphrasis that involves an encounter or exchange between visual and textual cultures. This critical and theoretical shift demands a new form of ekphrastic poetics, which is less concerned with representational and institutional struggles, and more concerned with ideas of ethics, affect and intersubjectivity. Ekphrastic encounters brings together leading scholars working in the field of word-and-image studies and offers a fresh exploration of ekphrastic texts from the Renaissance to the present day. Taken together, the chapters establish a new set of theoretical frameworks for exploring the ekphrastic encounter. -- .

What Is Art For? (Paperback, Reprint): Ellen Dissanayake What Is Art For? (Paperback, Reprint)
Ellen Dissanayake
R528 R478 Discovery Miles 4 780 Save R50 (9%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Every human society displays some form of behavior that can be called "art," and in most societies other than our own the arts play an integral part in social life. Those who wish to understand art in its broadest sense, as a universal human endowment, need to go beyond modern Western elitist notions that disregard other cultures and ignore the human species' four-million-year evolutionary history. This book offers a new and unprecedentedly comprehensive theory of the evolutionary significance of art. Art, meaning not only visual art, but music, poetic language, dance, and performance, is for the first time regarded from a biobehavioral or ethical viewpoint. It is shown to be a biological necessity in human existence and fundamental characteristic of the human species. In this provocative study, Ellen Dissanayake examines art along with play and ritual as human behaviors that "make special," and proposes that making special is an inherited tendency as intrinsic to the human species as speech and toolmaking. She claims that the arts evolved as means of making socially important activities memorable and pleasurable, and thus have been essential to human survival. Avoiding simplism and reductionism, this original synthetic approach permits a fresh look at old questions about the origins, nature, purpose, and value of art. It crosses disciplinary boundaries and integrates a number of divers fields: human ethology; evolutionary biology; the psychology and philosophy of art; physical and cultural anthropology; "primitive" and prehistoric art; Western cultural history; and children's art. The final chapter, "From Tradition to Aestheticism," explores some of the ways in which modern Western society has diverged from other societies--particularly the type of society in which human beings evolved--and considers the effects of the aberrance on our art and our attitudes toward art. This book is addressed to readers who have a concerned interest in the arts or in human nature and the state of modern society.

Work (Paperback): Friederike Sigler Work (Paperback)
Friederike Sigler
R461 R373 Discovery Miles 3 730 Save R88 (19%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Spector Cut+Paste - #1  -  4: Kathrin Roggla, Slavoj Zizek, Vladimir Sorokin Spector Cut+Paste - #1 - 4
Kathrin Roggla, Slavoj Zizek, Vladimir Sorokin
R499 Discovery Miles 4 990 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Culture and Values - A Survey of the Humanities Volume I & II (Paperback, 9th edition): Lois Fichner-Rathus, John Reich,... Culture and Values - A Survey of the Humanities Volume I & II (Paperback, 9th edition)
Lois Fichner-Rathus, John Reich, Lawrence Cunningham
R2,373 R2,061 Discovery Miles 20 610 Save R312 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 work days

CULTURE AND VALUES: A SURVEY OF THE HUMANITIES, NINTH EDITION, takes you on a tour of some of the world's most interesting and significant examples of art, music, philosophy, and literature, from the beginnings of civilization to today. Chapter previews, timelines, glossaries of key terms, Compare + Contrast, new Connections and Culture & Society features, and "Big Picture" reviews all help make it easy for you to learn the material and study more effectively. Links to full readings and playlists of the music selections discussed in your text are available online in MindTap, where you will also find study resources and such tools as image flashcards, guides to research and writing, practice quizzes and exercises, and more.

Photographic Realism - Late Twentieth-Century Aesthetics (Paperback): Jane Tormey Photographic Realism - Late Twentieth-Century Aesthetics (Paperback)
Jane Tormey
R541 Discovery Miles 5 410 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Photographic realism: Late twentieth-century aesthetics provides an accessible and useful introduction to uses of photography in art practice, and relates them to wider cultural ideas. Focusing on conceptual and political projects between 1970 and the turn of the century, it draws parallels between issues discussed in theory and those displayed visually in practice. Tormey discusses a dynamic era in photography's history, which follows the influences of conceptual art and shifts in thinking about representation and subjectivity. The author moves away from the preoccupations of modernist photography to outline a photographic aesthetic that signals a direction for development in the twenty-first century, exampled here by the complex practices of Chinese photography. This book emphasises how photographs construct ideas, make comments and promote thought - philosophically, culturally and politically. It will be particularly useful in post-graduate courses on fine art and photography, but it will also appeal to students and lecturers of art history, visual culture and media studies. -- .

Beginning Modernism (Paperback): Jeff Wallace Beginning Modernism (Paperback)
Jeff Wallace
R299 Discovery Miles 2 990 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Modernism was the artistic and intellectual revolution of the early twentieth century. Yet despite its now-secure location in history, the radical experimental practices of modernism continue to bewilder as much as they excite. Beginning Modernism offers a clear and reader-friendly introduction to this complex and invigorating subject. With an emphasis on the close reading of modernist artefacts, from literary texts to buildings, paintings to musical compositions, the book aims to demystify the notorious difficulties of 'high' modernism, showing them to be an incentive rather than an obstacle to understanding and exploration. At the same time, it highlights the emergence of a new modernist studies, emphasizing the eclectic, the popular, and the global or transnational. Readers are encouraged to situate their reading of modernist literature within a wider set of cultural contexts, which include: visual art; ideas of time and space; sculpture; photography; film; politics; technology; sexuality; primitivism; architecture; dance; drama, and music. Beginning Modernism will be of interest both to the general reader, and to undergraduates and postgraduates in the fields of literary studies, art history and cultural studies. -- .

Post-Specimen Encounters Between Art, Science and Curating - Rethinking Art Practice and Objecthood through Scientific... Post-Specimen Encounters Between Art, Science and Curating - Rethinking Art Practice and Objecthood through Scientific Collections (Paperback)
Edward Juler, Alistair Robinson
R892 Discovery Miles 8 920 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

This edited collection explores a subject of great potential for both art historians and museologists - that of the nature of the specimen and how it might be reinterpreted. Through its cross-disciplinary contributions, written by a team of art historians, artists, poets, anthropologists, critics and curators, this book looks at how artistic encounters in museums, ranging from anatomy museums to contemporary cabinets of curiosity, can provoke new modes of thinking about art, science and curating. Museological literature in the past focused on artefacts or objects; this is an original contribution to the field and offers new readings of old issues, inspiring new understandings of the relationships between art, science and curating. Brings together international expertise from art practitioners, historians, creative writers and theorists in France, the United States, United Kingdom and New Zealand. Contributions from creative practitioners draw upon their own experience of producing artworks in response to specific scientific collections while historians, anthropologists, critics and writers examine how museums stimulate, incite and otherwise inspire artistic awareness of science and its specimens. One of the most important contributions this book will make is drawing together several threads of research and practice to encourage interdisciplinary discussion. It provides new ways of thinking about the relationships between art, science, museums and their objects. It concentrates on the ways in which scientific collections kindle novel aesthetic strategies and inspire new scholarly interpretations of art, science, curating and epistemology. In so doing it will make a considerable contribution to the fields of art writing, creative practice, art theory, the history of science and curating. This book will appeal to academics, researchers, undergraduates and postgraduates studying fine art, curating, museology, art history, the history of science, creative writing; visual artists, curators, and other creative practitioners. Also of interest to museum audiences. Reading list potential.

Designing the V&A: The Museum as a Work of Art (1857-1909) 2017 (Hardcover): Julius Bryant Designing the V&A: The Museum as a Work of Art (1857-1909) 2017 (Hardcover)
Julius Bryant
R952 R883 Discovery Miles 8 830 Save R69 (7%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The building of the Victoria and Albert Museum, begun in 1857, is the most elaborately designed and decorated museum in Britain. This book is the first to consider the V&A as a work of art in itself, presenting drawings, watercolours and historic photographs relating to the Museum's 19th-century interiors. Much of this visual material is previously unpublished and is outside the canon of Victorian art and design. The V&A's first Director, Henry Cole, conceived the Museum's building as a showcase for leading Victorian artists to design and decorate. This book reveals for the first time the ways in which Cole's expressed policy to 'assemble a splendid collection of objects representing the application of Fine Arts to manufacture' was applied to the fabric of the building, as he engaged leading painters such as Frederic Leighton , G.F. Watts and Edward Burne-Jones, as well as specialists in decoration such as Owen Jones and Morris and Company, to decorate and design for a building raised by engineers using innovatory materials and techniques.It represents a fascinating, untold chapter in the history of British 19th-century art, design, architecture and museums, and an essential backdrop to understanding the evolution of the Museum's early collections and identity.

Imaginarium - The Process Behind the Pictures (Paperback): Claire Rosen Imaginarium - The Process Behind the Pictures (Paperback)
Claire Rosen
R798 R583 Discovery Miles 5 830 Save R215 (27%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Imaginarium: The Process Behind the Pictures is a compendium of practical advice and information covering the photographic process--from idea cultivation through execution. The guidance in this book is written with an understanding of the nature of artists at their core and explores the science of how ideas are born, the conditions that facilitate the productive creation of art, and the elements necessary to make creative work. This compendium is applicable across genres, for individual artists and for those working in a commercial capacity. It brings together strategies and tools to help readers generate compelling ideas and create unique images. From the simplest idea to the most fantastical, you will learn brainstorming, concept development, pre-visualization, pre-production, problem solving, and execution steps in the creative process, including practical tools and ideas for overcoming obstacles and achieving success along the way. Contributors: Beth Taubner Mercurylab Alessia Glaviano Vogue Italia Rebecca Manson The Post Office Interviews with: Maggie Steber, Roger Ballen, Sara Lando, Gabriela Iancu, Robin Schwartz, and Eleanor Macnair *** Imaginarium: The Process Behind the Pictures Table of Contents 1: ON ART The Purpose of Art Strong Images Development of an Artist Goals for Making Work Chapter Wrap-Up 2: ARTISTIC LIFESTYLE The Foundation Curation of Experiences Tapping into the Unconscious Creative Psychology Health Nurturing Creativity Community of Artists Chapter Wrap-Up 3: TIME MANAGEMENT Motion Versus Progress Productivity Motivation Work That Fits into Your Life Chapter Wrap-Up 4: PREVISUALIZATION Concept Generation Triggers Divergent Thinking Free Association Brainstorming Mind Mapping Mood Boards Previsualization Concept Development Chapter Wrap-Up 5: PRODUCTION Pre-Production Resources and Research Building a Team Plan B, C, and D On Set Checklist Best Practices Editing Post-Production Chapter Wrap-Up 6: THE VIEWER EXPERIENCE The Viewer Experience Presentation Considerations Critique and Feedback Series and Long-Term Projects Assignments/Commissions Body of Work: What We Leave Behind Chapter Wrap-Up Conclusion Artist Interviews

Deconstructing Contemporary Chinese Art - Selected Critical Writings and Conversations, 2007-2014 (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016):... Deconstructing Contemporary Chinese Art - Selected Critical Writings and Conversations, 2007-2014 (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016)
Paul Gladston
R2,648 R2,009 Discovery Miles 20 090 Save R639 (24%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The book presents a range of articles and discussions that offer critical insights into the development of contemporary Chinese art, both within China and internationally. It brings together selected writings, both published and unpublished, by Paul Gladston, one of the foremost international scholars on contemporary Chinese art. The articles are based on extensive first-hand research, much of which was carried out during an extended residence in China between 2005 and 2010. In contrast to many other writers on contemporary Chinese art, Gladston analyses his subject with specific reference to the concerns of critical theory. In his writings he consistently argues for a "polylogic" (multi-voiced) approach to research and analysis grounded in painstaking attention to local, regional and international conditions of artistic production, reception and display.

Intersections of Value - Art, Nature, and the Everyday (Hardcover): Robert Stecker Intersections of Value - Art, Nature, and the Everyday (Hardcover)
Robert Stecker
R1,214 Discovery Miles 12 140 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Intersections of Value investigates the universal human need for aesthetic experience. It examines three appreciative contexts where aesthetic value plays a central role: art, nature, and the everyday. However, no important appreciative context or practice is completely centered on a single value. Hence, the book explores the way the aesthetic interacts with moral, cognitive, and functional values in these contexts. The account of aesthetic appreciation is complemented by analyses of the cognitive and ethical value of art, the connection between environmental ethics and aesthetics, and the degree to which the aesthetic value of everyday artefacts derives from their basic practical functions. Robert Stecker devotes special attention to art as an appreciative context because it is an especially rich arena where different values interact. There is an important connection between artistic value and aesthetic value, but it is a mistake to reduce the former to the latter. Rather, artistic value should be seen as complex and pluralistic, composed not only of aesthetic but also ethical, cognitive, and art-historical values.

Surface Tension Supplement No. 5 - Beyond Utopia (Paperback): Sophie Warren, Jonathan Mosley Surface Tension Supplement No. 5 - Beyond Utopia (Paperback)
Sophie Warren, Jonathan Mosley
R446 Discovery Miles 4 460 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

A collaboration between artist Sophie Warren, architect Jonathan Mosley and writer Robin Wilson, "Beyond Utopia" looks at the practicalities of utopian thinking in urban planning and administrative culture. Submitting a utopian architectural proposal for a real site in London to city officials, the trio enacted a form of playful provocation as a basis for exploring the systems and languages of planning, architecture and city development. Though fictive, the utopian proposal gained credence as it was discussed and shared among planning officials and reviewers, ultimately becoming a springboard for dialogue about possibilities and even actualities in the sphere of public space. Centered on a screenplay for an unrealized film, which restages the process and exchanges of the original proposal, "Surface Tension Supplement No. 5" also includes texts and projects by leading theorists, artists and academics who debate the roles of spatial practice and politics today.

Sketch Every Day - 100+ simple drawing exercises from Simone Grunewald (Paperback): Simone Grunewald Sketch Every Day - 100+ simple drawing exercises from Simone Grunewald (Paperback)
Simone Grunewald; Edited by 3DTotal Publishing
R617 R519 Discovery Miles 5 190 Save R98 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

Learn about key elements of character art from traditional and digital illustrator, Simone Grunewald. Simone, also known as "Schmoe", creates heart-felt and personal designs inspired by her everyday life experiences and passion for the arts. As a new mother, she also draws on her humorous experiences of bringing up a small child in the modern world. Discover in-depth visual breakdowns of Simone's techniques as well as a varied and extensive collection of Simone's stunning art. From linework advice to character design considerations, Simone generously shares her creative practice. A book that appeals to artists at every stage of their creative journey, this title teaches how to avoid common mistakes and pitfalls, as well as how to improve technique. Feel motivated to practice every day to develop engaging characters of all shapes, ages and sizes. With special focus on developing dynamic poses and expressions, Simone's advice will ensure that you create emotive characters with energy and personality.

Exiles, Diasporas and Strangers (Paperback, Illustrated Ed): Kobena Mercer Exiles, Diasporas and Strangers (Paperback, Illustrated Ed)
Kobena Mercer
R468 Discovery Miles 4 680 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Throwing objects, identities and ideas into flux, migration is a defining feature of modernity. "Exiles, Diasporas and Strangers" examines the life-changing journeys that transplanted artists and intellectuals from one cultural context to another, offering a thematic overview of the critical and creative role of estrangement and displacement in the story of 20th-century art. Revealing the traumatic conditions that shaped numerous variants of modernism - among indigenous artists in Australia and Canada as much as emigre art historians from Central Europe - the eight new studies in this book also highlight multidirectional patterns of cross-appropriation that trouble the settled boundaries of national belonging, whether manifested in 1920s Nigeria or in post-modern works by black British artists of the 1980s. While contemporary art criticism acknowledges the currency of cross-cultural migration in a new era of globalisation, "Exiles, Diasporas & Strangers" goes a step further by historicising these perspectives. It challenges established narratives of modernism and offers new analytical tools for thinking about cross-cultural interaction in the visual arts. "Annotating Art's Histories" series Art history has been transformed over the past 20 years by fresh questions about the creative dynamics of cultural difference in the visual arts. The four books in the "Annotating Art's Histories" series move beyond identity-based discourse to explore key topics in modern art history from the 1890s to the 1980s as a shared narrative of art and culture now told from many different points of view. Drawing together new research by 30 internationally respected writers, the series builds upon the insights of visual culture and post-colonial studies and is essential reading for anyone interested in global perspectives on art and modernism.

Beauty Unlimited (Paperback): Peg Zeglin Brand Beauty Unlimited (Paperback)
Peg Zeglin Brand; Contributions by Eleanor Heartney; Foreword by Carolyn Korsmeyer; Contributions by Noel Carroll, Gregory Velazco y Trianosky, …
R566 R338 Discovery Miles 3 380 Save R228 (40%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Emphasizing the human body in all of its forms, Beauty Unlimited expands the boundaries of what is meant by beauty both geographically and aesthetically. Peg Zeglin Brand and an international group of contributors interrogate the body and the meaning of physical beauty in this multidisciplinary volume. This striking and provocative book explores the history of bodily beautification; the physicality of socially or culturally determined choices of beautification; the interplay of gender, race, class, age, sexuality, and ethnicity within and on the body; and the aesthetic meaning of the concept of beauty in an increasingly globalized world.

Color Theory - A Critical Introduction (Hardcover): Aaron Fine Color Theory - A Critical Introduction (Hardcover)
Aaron Fine
R2,328 R2,129 Discovery Miles 21 290 Save R199 (9%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

Giving an overview of the history of color theory from ancient and classical cultures to contemporary contexts, this book explores important critical principles and provides practical guidance on the use of color in art and design. Going beyond a simple recitation of what has historically been said about color, artist and educator Aaron Fine provides an intellectual history, critiquing prevailing Western ideas on the subject and challenging assumptions. He analyses colonialist and gendered attitudes, materialist and romanticist perspectives, spiritualist approaches to color, color in the age of reproduction, and modernist and post-modernist color strategies. Highlighted throughout are examples of the ways in which attitudes towards color have been impacted by the legacy of colonialism and are tied up with race, gender, and class. Topics covered include color models, wheels and charts, color interaction and theories of perception, with over 150 images throughout. By placing under-examined tenets of color theory such as the color wheel and color primaries within the Western industrial context that generated them, Fine helps you to connect color choices to color meanings and apply theory to practice.

Dread - The Dizziness of Freedom (Paperback): Juha Van 't Zelfde Dread - The Dizziness of Freedom (Paperback)
Juha Van 't Zelfde; Contributions by Timo Arnall, James Bridle, Simon Critchley, Adam Greenfield, …
R528 Discovery Miles 5 280 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

"Dread: The Dizziness of Freedom" reflects on possible re-articulations of the concept of dread in our times. Associated with the "dizziness of freedom" by Soren Kierkegaard, and with "the ecstasy of nihilism" by China Mieville, the experience of dread is a defining characteristic of the contemporary human condition, and--according to the contributors to this volume--an essential and potentially productive emotion. However dark and fatalistic its connotations, through its dialectical coupling of caution and transgression, of paralysis and overdrive, dread allows us to imagine the world differently. Through conversations with and essays by some of today's foremost cultural commentators, this book explores the creative agency of dread--an agency that is created by the very forces wishing to suppress or even destroy it--as well as its politics and related conceptions of fear and anxiety.

Last Things - Disastrous Form from Kant to Hujar (Hardcover): Jacques Khalip Last Things - Disastrous Form from Kant to Hujar (Hardcover)
Jacques Khalip
R2,060 Discovery Miles 20 600 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

The arrival of the Anthropocene brings the suggestion that we are only now beginning to speculate on an inhuman world that is not for us, only now confronting fears and anxieties of ecological, political, social, and philosophical extinction. While pointing out that reflections on disaster were not foreign to what we historically call romanticism, Last Things pushes romantic thought toward an altogether new way of conceiving the "end of things," one that treats lastness as neither privation nor conclusion. Through quieter, non-emphatic modes of thinking the end of human thought, Khalip explores lastness as what marks the limits of our life and world. Reading the fate of romanticism-and romantic studies-within the key of the last, Khalip refuses to elegize or celebrate our ends, instead positing romanticism as a negative force that exceeds theories, narratives, and figures of survival and sustainability. Each chapter explores a range of romantic and contemporary materials: poetry by John Clare, Emily Dickinson, John Keats, Percy Shelley, and William Wordsworth; philosophical texts by William Godwin, David Hume, Immanuel Kant, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau; paintings by Hubert Robert, Caspar David Friedrich, and Paterson Ewen; installations by Tatsuo Miyajima and James Turrell; and photography by John Dugdale, Peter Hujar, and Joanna Kane. Shuttling between temporalities, Last Things undertakes an original reorganization of romantic thought for contemporary culture. It examines an archive on the side of disappearance, perishing, the inhuman, and lastness.

Hou Chien Cheng - Brown (Paperback): Hou Chien Cheng - Brown (Paperback)
R254 Discovery Miles 2 540 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Manet und Astruc - Kunstlerfreunde (German, Hardcover): Dorothee Hansen Manet und Astruc - Kunstlerfreunde (German, Hardcover)
Dorothee Hansen
R1,212 R1,078 Discovery Miles 10 780 Save R134 (11%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Texts: Dorothee Hansen, Alice Gudera, Jean-Paul Bouillon, Christine Demele, Sharon Flescher, Gudrun Maurer, Edouard Papet, Samuel Rodary

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