Semiotics of Visual Language

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Indiana University Press, 22‏/10‏/1990

"... the details of Saint-Martin's argument contain a wealth of penetrating observations from which anyone with a serious interest in visual communication will profit." -- Journal of Communication

Saint-Martin elucidates a syntax of visual language that sheds new light on nonverbal language as a form of representation and communication. She describes the evolution of this language in the visual arts as well as its multiple uses in contemporary media. The result is a completely new approach for scholars and practitioners of the visual arts eager to decode the many forms of visual communication.

 

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Two The Visual Variables
16
Three Syntax of Visual Language
65
Five Effects of Distance and Perspectives
109
XlVd Topological depth and illusory depths estimated in meters
127
Six The Grammar of Sculpture
145
Seven Semiotical Analysis
183
Positioning of coloremes inside the grid
198
Five structural levels of visual grammar
203
Topological and illusory depths measured in meters
215
Linear representation of the vectorial curve of surfaces
216
Establishment of three frontiers
217
Boundaries outlined to regroup regions into superregions
218
Positioning in depth of some regions and subregions according to syntactic analysis
222
Graphic model of a syntactic structure of a visual work
225
Appendix I
227
Appendix IV
240

Schema of the spatial energetic structure of the Basic Plane
206
Liaisons between similar elements in separate regions of the visual field
209

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