(French: “concrete music”), experimental technique of musical composition using recorded sounds as raw material. The technique was developed about 1948 by the French composer Pierre.
Symbol and Icon (Dionysius the Areopagite and the Iconoclastic Crisis; BY Filip Ivanovic; Imprint: Pickwick Publications). This book contributes to the study of the notions of symbol and icon by examining two phenomena that greatly contributed to their development: the thought of Dionysius the Areopagite and the iconoclastic controversy. Different historical and philosophical-theological contexts are examined within the framework of the influence that Dionysius exerted on main protagonists…
Iconoclasm refers to the destruction of images or hostility toward visual representations in general. Protestans went into churches, destroyed paintings, sculptures etc. This is an example for iconoclasm.
Double–Sided Pendant Icon with the Virgin and Christ Pantokrator, ca. Made in Constantinople Inscribed in Greek initials: Mother of God (front); Jesus Christ, King of Glory (back) Cloisonné enamel, gold; x x 2 cm)