What Philosophy Wants from Images (e-bok)
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2018-01-08
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University of Chicago Press
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9780226513225
What Philosophy Wants from Images (e-bok)

What Philosophy Wants from Images (e-bok)

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In recent decades, contemporary art has displayed an ever increasing and complicated fascination with the cinema-or, perhaps more accurately, as D. N. Rodowick shows, a certain memory of cinema. Contemporary works of film, video, and moving image installation mine a vast and virtual archive of cultural experience through elliptical and discontinuous fragments of remembered images, even as the lived experience of film and photography recedes into the past, supplanted by the digital.            Rodowick here explores work by artists such as Ken Jacobs, Ernie Gehr, Victor Burgin, Harun Farocki, and others-artists who are creating forms that express a new historical consciousness of images. These forms acknowledge a complex relationship to the disappearing past even as they point toward new media that will challenge viewers' confidence in what the images they see are or are becoming. What philosophy wants from images, Rodowick shows, is to renew itself conceptually through deep engagement with new forms of aesthetic experience. 
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