Rancière’s The Aesthetic Unconscious

A reader of Rancière’s The Aesthetic Unconscious, Owen Hulatt (2010), begins his review of the book with: “This rather brief book constitutes an attempt by Rancière to demonstrate that the ‘aesthetic regime’ of tragic and modern art made Freudian psychoanalysis possible (3-4), and that Freud’s psychoanalysis of the art to which he owed his new […]

A review of ‘Jo ha kyu’ film and photography

It is not that research has ignored children, because there is a huge body of research on children. The problem is that the dominant approach to researching children’s experience has been from a ‘looking down’ standpoint … Smith (2011) The video below shows how a 7 year old child can be a perceptive art critic.

Jacques Rancière: regimes of the arts

Deranty, J.-P. (2010). 9. Regimes of the arts. In J.-P. Deranty (Ed.), Jacques Rancière: key concepts (pp. 116–130). Durham: Acumen. Related external links Rancière, J. (2004). The politics of aesthetics: the distribution of the sensible. Rancière, J. (2009) Aesthetics and its discontents Notes on the Politics of Aesthetics Davis, O. (2010). 5. Art and aesthetics. […]

Books: “Jacques Rancière: Education, Truth, Emancipation” and “Good Education in an Age of Measurement: Ethics, Politics, Democracy”

They are the books that make me feel that I am so lucky to get to know them. You will see me quote these lucky books many times in the later entries of this museum. Jacques Ranciere: Education, Truth, Emancipation Winner – AERA 2011 Outstanding Book Award Jacques Rancière: Education, Truth, Emancipation demonstrates the importance of […]