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    CO-MODIFIED: Rocks on Vinyl Nine Studies in GeoMedia.Richard Turner & Paul A. Harris - 2018 - Substance 47 (2):69-70.
    CO-MODIFIED: Rocks on Vinyl comprises nine 6' x 3' banners displayed like convention signage. They are presented as a series of speculative geomedia landscapes that explore contemporary human entanglements and collaborations with the lithosphere, activities that are transforming the earth's surface and registering in its stratified depths. Animated by an affective, aesthetic appreciation of stone, these works invite reflection and discernment in a historical moment defined as the geologic now.1The stories of earth and humans are written in stone, from tectonic (...)
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    How Collective Representations Can Change the Structure of the Brain.Richard Turner & C. Whitehead - 2008 - Journal of Consciousness Studies 15 (10-11):43-57.
    Culture not only influences human psychology and perceptions of self, others and reality, it also, in certain contexts, influences the quality and degree of consciousness itself. If the brain gives shape to consciousness, then we would expect culture to have a corresponding impact on the functional anatomy and microstructure of the brain. The concept of 'collective representations', as developed by Durkheim, refers to the often crucial components of human life that have meaningful existence only because we agree that they do-- (...)
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    Introduction: Rock Records.Paul A. Harris, Richard Turner & A. J. Nocek - 2018 - Substance 47 (2):3-7.
    Rock Records explores the intricate entanglements between Anthropos and Geos through a wide range of writings about stone, from media theory and ecophilosophy to the role of stones in art and the aesthetics of viewing stones. Authors engage the activity, vitality, and relationality of lithic matter and articulate multiple modalities of 'geo-affection,' as well as forms of geo-mythology, geo-sociality, and occult lithography. As the initial issue in a new digital/intermedial series of SubStance aimed at interweaving creative and critical work, Rock (...)
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    Viewing Stones: A Virtual Exhibition.Paul A. Harris & Richard Turner - 2018 - Substance 47 (2):68-68.
    The term "viewing stones" is primarily associated with two traditions of stone appreciation: Chinese Gongshi and Japanese suiseki. Today, viewing-stone associations around the world take inspiration from these traditions and are creating new ways of displaying stones. Petraphiles, whether ancient or contemporary, are often drawn to express their appreciation of favored stones in writing.The Petraphiles represented in this virtual exhibition are diverse in their expressions of geo-affection. They are, by turns, both scholarly and poetic. In each entry there is a (...)
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  5. George Abraham Grierson, 1851-1941 [Obituary Notice].F. W. Thomas & Richard L. Turner - 1942 - Proceedings of the British Academy 28:283-306.
     
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    ReGrounding: The Art and Practice of Viewing Stone Display.Richard Turner - 2018 - Substance 47 (2):59-67.
    A viewing stone is a rock that has been selected and displayed for the purpose of aesthetic appreciation. The relocation of a stone from its natural habitat changes the found object from an ordinary rock to a viewing stone that invites close examination and perhaps contemplation.In this essay, I will examine the act of "re-grounding" rocks that have been removed from nature and resettled in the soil of culture. Using examples from my collection of viewing stones, I will consider the (...)
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