Asking exactly what we mean by political art or the politics of art, Rancière goes on to look at what the tradition of critical art, and the desire to insert art into life, has achieved. Has the militant critique of the consumption of images and commodities become, ironically, a sad affirmation of its omnipotence?
Artist/Author: Various | Editor: Stephen Bottoms, Matthew Goulish | Reference: P1326 | ISBN: 978-0-415-36515-4 | Type: Publication
In documenting and critiquing the evolution of the Goat Island company’s prcocesses, politics and aesthetics, this book makes an important contribution to the critical debates surrounding contemporary performance practices. This item is part of the Study Room Guide On (W)Reading Performance Writing by Rachel Lois Clapham (P1433)