Speculative Art Histories: Analysis at the Limits
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'The essays in this timely volume perform a twin function: they attend to object-orientated philosophies, anti-correlationist aesthetics and the non-human; but also to that rich counter-tradition of Art History that has always attended to art's own speculative and inventive becomings. A must read for anyone interested in both the future and other pasts of Art History, but also for those working within the expanded fields of art theory and Contemporary Art.' Simon O'Sullivan, Goldsmiths College, University of London A 'counter-discourse' of speculative approaches to art history Situated at the…mehr

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'The essays in this timely volume perform a twin function: they attend to object-orientated philosophies, anti-correlationist aesthetics and the non-human; but also to that rich counter-tradition of Art History that has always attended to art's own speculative and inventive becomings. A must read for anyone interested in both the future and other pasts of Art History, but also for those working within the expanded fields of art theory and Contemporary Art.' Simon O'Sullivan, Goldsmiths College, University of London A 'counter-discourse' of speculative approaches to art history Situated at the interface of philosophy, aesthetics and art history, this collection brings together a series of creative responses to the recent speculative turn in Continental philosophy. The range of contributors include philosophers, art historians, architects as well as art practitioners who seek to go beyond the mere complementarity of philosophy and art history. It is generous with the types of art including architecture, cinema, dance, new media and the philosophical trajectories it is engaged with. This book provides both a genealogy of speculative art history and an experimental and provocative counter-discourse of new speculative art histories. The result is a stimulating and timely compendium. Sjoerd van Tuinen is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Published in association with Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art Cover design: Stuart Dalziel, based on a concept by Richard Budd [EUP logo] edinburghuniversitypress.com ISBN [PPC] 978-1-4744-2104-1 ISBN [cover] 978-1-4744-2105-8 Barcode
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  • Verlag: EDINBURGH UNIV PR
  • Seitenzahl: 352
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11. September 2017
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 231mm x 164mm x 17mm
  • Gewicht: 543g
  • ISBN-13: 9781474421058
  • ISBN-10: 1474421059
  • Artikelnr.: 47878023
Autorenporträt
Sjoerd van Tuinen is Assistant Professor in Philosophy at Erasmus University Rotterdam and Coordinator of the Centre for Art and Philosophy. He is editor of numerous books, including Deleuze and the Passions (Punctum Books, 2016), Deleuze and The Fold: A Critical Reader (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), Deleuze Compendium (Boom, 2009) and De Nieuwe Franse Filosofie (Amsterdam: Boom, 2011). He is the author of Sloterdijk: Binnenstebuiten Denken (Klement, 2004).
Inhaltsangabe
Acknowledgements; Introduction
Sjoerd van Tuinen; 1. Asynchronous Present Past. Against the Regime of (Aesthetical) Correlationism
Armen Avanessian; 2. (Dis)enchanted Taiwanese Cinema
Schizoanalytic Belief
and the Actuality of Animism
Erik Bordeleau; Art Historical Systems: 3. Attractors and Locked-In Art: Art History as a Complex System
Francis Halsall; 4. Enduring Habits and Artwares
Adi Efal; 5. Mood (Stimmung) / Blandness (Fadeur): On Temporality and Affectivity
Vlad Ionescu; 6. The Plasticity of the Real: Speculative Architecture
Elisabeth von Samsonow; 7. Expressive Things: Art Theories of Henri Focillon and Meyer Schapiro Reconsidered
Kerstin Thomas; 8. Sympathy and Gothic ontology
Lars Spuybroek; 9. Serpentine Life: The Nature of Movement in Gothic
Mannerism
and Baroque
Sjoerd van Tuinen; 10. Space Always Comes After: It Is Good When It Comes After
It Is Good Only When It Comes After
Andrej Radman; 11. Speculation
Critique
Constructivism: Notions for Art History
Kamini Vellodi; 12. The Potentiality of Art
the Force of Images
and Aesthetic Intensities
Bertrand Prévost; Experiments: 13. Impossible! Bergson after Duchamp after Caillois
Sarah Kolb; 14. Economies of the Wild: Speculations on Constant's New Babylon and Contemporary Capitalism
Bram Ieven; 15. From Etienne Souriau's L'ombre de Dieu to Mats Ek's Shadow of Carmen
Fleur Courtois-l'Heureux; Author's biographies.