A cognitive semiotics approach to the analysis of street art: The case of Athens

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@inproceedings{4eb96053fdad4983931a7ab10f7989b2,
title = "A cognitive semiotics approach to the analysis of street art: The case of Athens",
abstract = "This paper is part of my ongoing doctoral research centered on “Street Art and Cognitive Semiotics: The case of Athens” at the division of Cognitive Semiotics at Lund University. More concretely, in this article, a fresh approach, based on a constructive (verbo-) pictorial argument, is taken to attending the relationship between a cognitive semiotics approach and street art signs in a programmatic way. This study is based on fieldwork research that was carried out during several periods in central Athens between 2014 and 2017, including photo documentation and semi-structured ethnographic interviews with street artists. In the following, my intention is first to outline a cognitive semiotic conceptual toolbox for street art understanding furnished mainly by Sonesson (2008, 2013, 2014). Second, three concrete examples indicative of these attempts are examined and analyzed semiotically.",
keywords = "Street art, Cognitive Semiotics, Graffiti, visual rhetoric, visual analysis, Athens crisis, rhetorical figures, semiotics, figuration",
author = "Georgios Stampoulidis",
year = "2018",
language = "English",
isbn = "2414-6862",
series = "Proceedings of the World Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (IASS/AIS)",
publisher = "IASS Publications & International Semiotics Institute 2018",
pages = "787--797",
editor = "Martinelli, {Dario }",
booktitle = "Cross-Inter-Multi-Trans",

}