AbstractThis research addresses two fundamental elements of metonymy in thought: firstly its definition, and secondly its function in creativity. It is a first foray into non-verbal metonymic creative thought, taken from an art practice perspective. This viewpoint offers access to how metonymy functions in material processes, and how it draws meaning from proximal contexts.
|Date of Award||2011|
Resisting metaphors: a metonymic approach to the study of creativity and cognition in art analysis and practice
Ryland, S. (Author). 2011
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis