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Artist's Statement

A written commentary by artists about their own work to help them clarify their own intent and give viewers an entry point to understanding their artifacts.

Semiotics

An area of study concerned with how a sign means

Sign

An entity that signifies another entity

Denotations

What an image actually shows; its surface meanings

Connotations

What an image implies or suggests beyond what it shows.

Intentional Fallacy

The false belief that an artifact means only what its maker intended it to mean

Coherence

The criterion that interpretations ought to make sense as thoughts in themselves independent of the artifact.