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Stefanie Bürkle: Atelier + Labor / Studio + Lab...
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Ob künstlerische Werke oder Forschungsergebnisse – sowohl in der Wissenschaft als auch in der Kunst sind stets nur die Ergebnisse des Schaffensprozesses sichtbar. Was hinter den verschlossenen Türen der Labors und Ateliers geschieht, bleibt dabei so unsichtbar wie geheimnisvoll. Die Berliner Künstlerin und Professorin für Bildende Kunst Stefanie Bürkle (*1966) hat sich nun diesen unbekannten Orten der Kreation angenommen und Berliner Labore und Künstlerateliers fotografiert. Ihre Fotoarbeiten zeigen menschenleere Entwicklungs- und Denkräume voller Materialien, Werkzeuge, Versuchsanordnungen und Anlagen, deren Zweck dem Betrachter verborgen bleibt und die dennoch Großes erahnen lassen. Stefanie Bürkles Fotografien zeigen gewissermaßen die Alchemistenküchen der Gegenwart. Sie erforscht die Analogien von Experiment und Prozess in Atelier und Labor und macht diese Werkstätten des Wissens erstmalig sichtbar.

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Knauert, Stefanie: Toxicity of pesticides and t...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 16.07.2015, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Toxicity of pesticides and their mixture to primary producers, Titelzusatz: Laboratory and semi-field investigations on the single and joint toxicity of the photosynthesis inhibitors copper, atrazine, isoproturon, and diuron, Autor: Knauert, Stefanie, Verlag: Südwestdeutscher Verlag für Hochschulschriften AG Co. KG, Sprache: Deutsch, Rubrik: Botanik, Seiten: 136, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 219 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Laboratory Phonology 8
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This collection of papers from Eighth Conference on Laboratory Phonology (held in New Haven, CT) explores what laboratory data that can tell us about the nature of speakers' phonological competence and how they acquire it, and outlines models of the human phonological capacity that can meet the challenge of formalizing that competence. The window on the phonological capacity is broadened by including, for the first time in the Laboratory Phonology series, work on signed languages and papers that explicitly compare signed and spoken phonologies. A major focus, cutting across signed and spoken phonologies, is that phonological competence must include both qualitative (or categorical) and quantitative (or variable) knowledge. Theoretical approaches represented in the collection for accommodating these types of knowledge include modularity, dynamical grammars, and probabilistic grammars. A second major focus is on the acquisition of this knowledge. Here the papers pursue the consequences for acquisition of taking into account the richness and variability of the adult systems that provide input to the child. The final focus is on how phonological knowledge guides speech production. Data and models address the question of how speech gestures interact with one another locally (through articulatory constraints and syllable-level organization) and how they interact with the prosodic structure of an utterance. The twenty-six papers in the collection include invited contributions from Diane Brentari, David Corina, David Perlmutter, D. Robert Ladd, Diamandis Gafos, Marilyn Vihman, Shelley Velleman, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, and Dani Byrd.

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Laboratory Phonology 8
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This collection of papers from Eighth Conference on Laboratory Phonology (held in New Haven, CT) explores what laboratory data that can tell us about the nature of speakers' phonological competence and how they acquire it, and outlines models of the human phonological capacity that can meet the challenge of formalizing that competence. The window on the phonological capacity is broadened by including, for the first time in the Laboratory Phonology series, work on signed languages and papers that explicitly compare signed and spoken phonologies. A major focus, cutting across signed and spoken phonologies, is that phonological competence must include both qualitative (or categorical) and quantitative (or variable) knowledge. Theoretical approaches represented in the collection for accommodating these types of knowledge include modularity, dynamical grammars, and probabilistic grammars. A second major focus is on the acquisition of this knowledge. Here the papers pursue the consequences for acquisition of taking into account the richness and variability of the adult systems that provide input to the child. The final focus is on how phonological knowledge guides speech production. Data and models address the question of how speech gestures interact with one another locally (through articulatory constraints and syllable-level organization) and how they interact with the prosodic structure of an utterance. The twenty-six papers in the collection include invited contributions from Diane Brentari, David Corina, David Perlmutter, D. Robert Ladd, Diamandis Gafos, Marilyn Vihman, Shelley Velleman, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, and Dani Byrd.

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