By Thomas Pöpper
Der Sammelband fügt dem Diskurs um die Mensch-Ding-Beziehungen einen neuen Aspekt hinzu: Erstmals wird das Artefakt beziehungsweise Design-Objekt mit dem habituellen, spezifisch gestischen Gebrauchsverhalten seiner Nutzer zusammengesehen und die solcherart manifeste Haltung beziehungsweise motorische Handlung als Handhabung und als Quasi-Bild, kurz als ikonisches Gebrauchsmuster analysiert und zwar nicht nur in theoretischer und künstlerisch-forschender Traktierung, sondern auch in einer Reihe von Fallstudien.
Der Band bietet damit einen umfassenden Einblick in die Fragestellungen aktueller Forschung und vermittelt zahlreiche neue Erkenntnisse zu einer Vielzahl von Objekten der Kunst- und Designgeschichte zwischen Mittelalter und Gegenwart.
By Dani Cavallaro
By M. Newall
By Vladimir S. Solov'ëv
By Yuriko Saito
against aesthetic manipulation. Yuriko Saito argues that finally, daily aesthetics could be a good tool for guiding the humanity's collective and cumulative world-making undertaking for the betterment of all its inhabitants.
Everyday aesthetics has been noticeable as a problem to modern Anglo-American aesthetics discourse, that is ruled by means of the dialogue of paintings and wonder. Saito responds to controversies in regards to the nature, boundary, and standing of daily aesthetics and argues for its legitimacy. She highlights the multi-faceted aesthetic dimensions of lifestyle that aren't absolutely accounted for by means of the commonly-held account of defamiliarizing the familiar.
By Lambert Wiesing,Nancy Ann Roth
Wiesing's tools chart a markedly new course in modern belief conception. as well as deciding upon universal flooring between varied philosophical positions, he identifies how his personal, phenomenological method differs from these of many different philosophers, prior and current. As a part of the argument, he offers a succinct yet entire survey of the philosophy of images
His unique severe exposition offers students of phenomenology, belief and aesthetics with a brand new, vital figuring out of the outdated phenomenon, the individual within the world.
By David E. Cooper
By Samir Gandesha and Johan Hartle,Samir Gandesha,Johan Hartle
This e-book deals an unique and not easy learn of either Marx within the aesthetic, and the cultured in Marx. It differs from earlier discussions of Marxist aesthetic concept because it is aware the works of Marx themselves as contributions to pondering the aesthetic. this is often an engagement with Marx's aesthetic that takes under consideration Marx's broader experience of the classy, as pointed out through Eagleton and Buck-Morss – as a question of experience belief and the physique. It explores this via questions of fashion and substance in Marx and extends it into modern questions of ways this legacy will be perceived or directed analytically within the present.
by means of situating Marx in modern paintings debates this quantity speaks on to vigorous curiosity this present day within the functionality of the cultured in debts of emancipatory politics and is vital studying for researchers and lecturers around the fields of political philosophy, paintings conception, and Marxist scholarship.
By Kristoffer Noheden
This publication examines post-war surrealist cinema when it comes to surrealism’s switch in course in the direction of delusion and magic following global warfare II. Intermedial and interdisciplinary, the publication unites cinema reviews with paintings background and the examine of Western esotericism, heavily attractive with a variety of fundamental resources, together with surrealist journals, paintings, exhibitions, and writings. Kristoffer Noheden appears to the Danish surrealist artist Wilhelm Freddie’s forays into the experimental brief movie, the French poet Benjamin Péret’s contribution to the documentary movie L’Invention du monde, the Argentinean-born filmmaker Nelly Kaplan’s function movies, and the Czech animator Jan Svankmajer’s paintings in brief and have movies. The publication strains a continual engagement with fable and magic all through those movies, uncovering a formerly unknown pressure of occult imagery in surrealist cinema. It broadens the scope of the research of not just surrealist cinema, yet of surrealism around the paintings kinds. Surrealism, Cinema, and the hunt for a brand new Myth will entice movie students, artwork historians, and people attracted to the influence of occultism on smooth tradition, movie, and the arts.
By Riccardo Manzotti