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Diorama

A three-dimensional model, especially of a real or historical event. For example, a miniature or full scale model of Appomattox Courthouse on the day that General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant may be called a diorama.
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When compared with Kafka's dioramic reflections of 1911 Janouch's recollection would seem to ring true in capturing his particular psycho-physiological disposition as well as the ambivalence that conveys his increasingly defensive attitude about the emerging cultural phenomenon of cinema.
The dioramic window box packaging feature artwork commissioned by Vertigo artist Jill Thompson.
The museum is preserving and exhibiting the proud history of PAF through various galleries including Chief of the Air Staff gallery, war heroes gallery, founding members gallery, machine gallery, dioramic display and paintings gallery, uniform gallery, digital gallery and historic photographs gallery.
Other display which attracted the guests a lot at Lok Virsa Museum was the beautiful dioramic display on 'Sufis and Shrines' depicting contribution of our great Sufis to the mankind.
A kind of contemporary memory palace, Fritsch's "garden" choreographed so many exacting dioramic encounters, each asking to be related to the previous, however blindly, and however obliquely.
Such a speechless dioramic effect suggested that even the boldest of melodramatic fictions ultimately could not articulate homosexual desire in specific terms and thus was required to abandon, in its resolution in m ute tableau, the social problem it had so daringly introduced.
The delegate was particularly impressed by the "Hall of Sufis and Shrines" where services of the Sufis and scholars have been creatively explained through a dioramic form showing Sufi message of peace and harmony to the mankind.
The dioramic space behind him, a fiery purgatory, suggests that it is just after.