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To what extent does it make sense to regard art as a sort of language made up of visual signs? Dr Margaret Iverson explores the possibility that works of art are structured according to certain and that some forms of modern art draw attention to these codes.
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Module code and title: A316, Modern art: practices and debates
Item code: A316; 04
First transmission date: 17-05-1993
Published: 1993
Rights Statement: Rights owned or controlled by The Open University
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Duration: 00:19:00
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Producer: Jenny Bardwell
Contributor: Margaret Iverson
Publisher: BBC Open University
Keyword(s): Codes; Contrasts; Language; Semiotics; Structuralism; Visual Art
Master spool number: TLN22090YA0690
Production number: 90YA0690
Available to public: no