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Everything is in Everything: Jacques Rancière between Intellectual Emancipation and Aesthetic Education

Date
2012
Publisher
JRP / Ringier Kunstverlag
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
ISBN
9783037642658
Size
14 × 23 × 1 cm
Length
144 
Description

SoCCAS Symposium Vol. V

Edited by Jason E. Smith, Annette Weisser.

Jacques Rancière (born 1940) is one of the few living French philosophers to have established a significant dialogue with contemporary art. Rancière unites a politicized perspective on art’s ability to rupture everyday life with his influential theorizations of education (The Ignorant Schoolmaster) and politics (The Nights of Labor). His profile has ascended dramatically in the U.S. over the past decade, and this volume considers the continuity of his work across aesthetics, politics and education. With essays by Evan Calder Williams, Arne de Boever, Claire Fontaine, Peter Friedl, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Maria Muhle, Frank Ruda, Jason E. Smith, Jan Voelker and Rancière himself, this volume asks the question: how might a new model of aesthetic education transform our concepts of art, politics and pedagogy?

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