Connotation and Denotation are two principal methods of describing the meanings of. Words. Connotation refers to the wide array of positive and negative associations that most words naturally carry with them, whereas denotation is the precise, literal definition of a word that might be found in a dictionary.Connotation and Denotation are two principal methods of describing the meanings of. Words. Connotation refers to the wide array of positive and negative associations that most words naturally carry with them, whereas denotation is the precise, literal definition of a word that might be found in a dictionary.

Words have both denotations (literal meanings) and connotations (suggestive meanings). is a scientific term denoting a certain kind of natural growth, but the word also has certain connotations of disease and ugliness.

Commutations can be both positive and negative; for example, carries a hint of both elegance and subservience. The influence of connotative meaning can also change the denotative meaning, one example being the thoroughly transformed word

Denotation is when you mean what you say, literally. The connotation is created when you mean something else, something that might be initially hidden. The connotative meaning of a word…


The sign is the unified whole that results from the association of a sound with a concept.

A sound or group of sounds, an image, or a symbol that stands for an object or concept.

A concept or meaning as distinguished from the sign through which it is communicated.


Assignment -9 (A Reflection on Semiotics)

https://youtu.be/gMqZR3pqMjg?t=97. (Vox(2017)

Colour can evoke intense Warm colors can evoke different emotions than cool colors and bright colors can create different feelings than muted colors. It all depends on how the psychological effects of color are being used. Colors can make us feel happy or sad, and they can make us feel hungry or relaxed. These reactions are rooted in psychological effects, biological conditioning and cultural imprinting. The why different colors can affect emotions depends largely on a color’s brightness, shade, tint or tone and whether it’s cool or warm toned. …


Portrait of Shah Jahan on the Peacock Throne

Title: Portrait of Shah Jahan on the Peacock Throne

The Peacock Throne was a famous jewelled throne that was the seat of the Mughal emperors in India. It was commissioned in the early 17th century by emperor Shah Jahan .

Shah Jahan ruled in what is considered the Golden Age of the vast Mughal Empire, which covered almost all of the Indian subcontinent. He ruled from the newly constructed capital of Shahjahanabad. The emperor was the focus around which everything else revolved, giving audiences and receiving petitioners.


Peacock Chair

Peacock Chair

The flared, high-arched back of this tall, statuesque type of chair evokes the canopy-like structure of the 17th-century (Peacock Throne) used by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. It is christened the ‘hourglass chair’ owing to the eponymous shape of its base. Descendants of the peacock chair were made of materials such as wrought iron, gold-toned metal wire, or oak and metal, and were occasionally coated with a brightly coloured paint.


Assignment-8 (A Design in Color Abstraction)

With reference to the movie “The meshes of the afternoon”

Meshes of the Afternoon is a 1943 American short experimental film directed by and starring wife-and-husband team Maya Deren and Alexandr Hackenschmied. The film’s narrative is circular and repeats several motifs, including a flower on a long driveway, a key falling, a door unlocked, a knife in a loaf of bread, a mysterious Grim Reaper–like cloaked figure with a mirror for a face, a phone off the hook and an ocean. Through creative editing, distinct camera angles, and slow motion, the surrealist film depicts a world in which it is…


Assignment -(7 Movie Analysis )

Meshes of the Afternoon

by Maya Deren

Meshes of the Afternoon launched the American avant-garde film look like happened in World War . the film depicts a woman’s imaginative dream and the way it eventually destroys the woman herself. As she sleeps and dreams, she repeatedly encounters a mysterious hooded figure whom she chases but cannot catch. With each failure, she re-enters her house, where the household objects she employs in her waking state — a key, a knife, a flower, a phonograph, and a tele- phone — assume intensifying potency in an environment that becomes increasingly disoriented. through…

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