Perspective: Selected Essays on Space in Art and Design
Sarina Miller (Ed.)
by John G. Hatch (The University of Western Ontario)
'Perspective: Selected Essays on Space in Art and Design' explores the ways in which visual and physical space have been designed and experienced in different cultures. This book amplifies the significance of space as a design element by examining its implications in various contexts through a global perspective of art and design.
Sarina Miller teaches and develops art and design history courses with an emphasis on visual literacy, cultural context, and the incorporation of interdisciplinary aspects. Some of her current research interests include cinematic design and the cross-cultural artistic influences between Japan and the West from the mid-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. She holds a master’s degree in art history from Temple University.
art, architecture, art history, design history, culture, space