Spatial and temporal symbolism

Summary

Spatial, temporal and material symbolism in sacred art, architecture and music. Sacred architecture, music and dance in the Judeo-Christian and Hindu traditions.

Supervisor(s)

Professor Michael Tawa

Research Location

Architecture & Allied Arts, at the Faculty of Architecture, Design & Planning

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

Spatial, temporal and material symbolism of key architectural conditions, forms, geometries and elements in sacred and pre-modern architecture, art, music and dance

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Keywords

symbolism, meaning, architecture

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1158

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