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Publisher Description

Camouflage has been linked with military and natural history contexts, but growing interest in the connections with areas such as ecology, evolution, visual deception and warfare has taken the concept of camouflage beyond the politics of appearance, the art of disappearance or simple strategies of mimicry.

Approaching this subject from the disciplines of art history and theory, art practice, biology, cultural theory, literature and philosophy, Camouflage Cultures greatly expands the reach of camouflage's cultural terrain. The result is a collection that provides a new perspective on the developing discourse of camouflage and contributes to debates about the roles that physical, artistic and social camouflage play in contemporary life.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2015
6 February
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
226
Pages
PUBLISHER
Sydney University Press
SELLER
The University of Sydney
SIZE
23.5
MB

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