uncertainties) that the autographic
gains its ethical import.
Genette's distinction between autographic
and allographic manifestations raises questions.
A full defense of my view would take us beyond the scope of this thesis, since I would need to argue why I take literary works to differ in kind from paintings and other autographic
For those who like the traditional tusche/glue (or litho crayon/glue) method for achieving direct, autographic
imagery, this also can be done with the new materials.
Standard Register's founders introduced a simple improvement to the autographic
register that allowed documents to feed more effectively through the equipment.
For his paintings from this period, the artist employed innovative devices such as rakes, combs, and, in a brash move to negate the autographic
gesture of the Abstract Expressionists (Whitten has spoken of wanting to paint "faster than Bill de Kooning"), a twelve-foot-long squeegee--dubbed "the developer"--that allowed for the rapid dragging of paint across the canvas as it lay on a low, specially constructed table on the floor of his studio.
Peter Singer drew out of this instrument could only be supposed from contemporary verbal descriptions, now were added, for the first time, autographic
notations that were found and made available through our RISM catalog.
A rapid TLC autographic
method for the detection of xanthine oxidase inhibitors and superoxide scavengers.
Whether the work in question is allographic (as in the case of a literary work, where any copy is an instance of it) or autographic
(as in the case of a painting, where the physical object is identical with it), we have traditionally come to the question of the work with a series of assumptions: that the work is in some sense objective, standing over and apart from its maker and its perceivers and that, conversely, its histories of making and reception stand over and apart from its essential nature as a work; that the work has the potential to persist over time; and that it has an identity that sustains true descriptions of it (for example, that the Iliad is in hexameter).
Amos's technique of photographing Freud's painting and transferring the image onto canvas with laser photography submits the autographic
expressivity of Freud's paint to the means of machine-based reproduction and the mechanisms of mass culture.
Sherman, began manufacturing and selling hand-cranked autographic
registers featuring a revolutionary paper-feeding invention.
In the exhibition "Cy Twombly, Blooming: A Scattering of Blossoms and Other Things," held at Gagosian in 2007, one easily found premonitory manifestations of the painter's autographic
, oval ing broad brushwork vaguely spelling out not quite decipherable words.
In any event, in practice, the pull was "upward," with his relief-etched prints and color prints moving to the status of the unique, autographic
work on paper and away from the mechanical and multiple.
The relationship between Telumee and Queen Without a Name thus represents both an autographic
and a cartographic ideal.
A Cosmos" not only eschews the autographic
, triumphant, self-aggrandizing ethos that characterizes so many monographic museum exhibitions today but aptly epitomizes the spirit of an artistic project that has always exemplified a quieter, if certainly no less determined, position.