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 […]
The Place Where You Get Off Outside the station, she stands with her child on the side of the street, taking pictures of cars. You think she’s insane. Until, one day, you notice that she’s taking pictures of the license plates of the cars her child gets into. Because you look. But you do not […]
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.
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. […]
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 […]