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... Heywood: ‘An Art of Scholars’ in Jenks (1995) and ‘Richter’s Reflexivity’ in Whiteley (2001). Gerhard Richter, Annunciation after Titian/Verkündigung nach Tizian, 1973, oil on canvas. Courtesy of the artist, ©...
...Visual Culture Studies and Postmodernity It has long been a commonplace that the study of visual culture, and of culture in general, cannot evade questions of value and politics. Certainly the quasi-discipline of cultural studies...
... (1999). On the interplay between art and social theory see Ian Heywood, Social Theories of Art (1997) and Chris Jenks, Visual Culture (1995). For the confluence of philosophy, life sciences and cybernetics drawing upon post-metaphysical European...

Editorial Introduction

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... culture cannot evade questions about its own values and politics. Ian Heywood suggests that the topic of Cubist collage raises immediate and unavoidable questions about the politics of experimental art and, necessarily, about the critical...

Editorial Introduction

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... ways of evading it.The problematic topic of the preservation and presentation of categories of ‘art objects’ is also critical to Ian Heywood’s chapter. He is centrally concerned with the relationship between visual art practice and the ways...
... by the rationality of domination, would be guided by the imagination, mediating between rational faculties and the sensuous needs’ (Marcuse 1969: 30). Further Reading Heywood Ian...

Beyond Museology: Reframing the Sensorium

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...[I]deology, roughly speaking, is about what we think we see when we aren’t really looking.—Homi Bhabha Magnificat anima mea Dominum.—Luke 1:46 It has not gone unremarked that a fair amount of contemporary visual culture...
...Epochalism/Digitalization Epochalism is rife within much contemporary social theory. As Savage (2009a: 218) views it, much sociological discourse attempts to construct ‘a distinctive narrative conception of temporality which...
...One cannot look the philosophical sun in the face. —Maurice Blanchot (1997: 87) Despite his status as (in the words of long-time admirer Fredric Jameson) ‘the last great classic philosopher’, for a lengthy...

Seeing Things: Apprehending Material Culture

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Berg, 2012

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... Ian E. Gordon 2004. Theories of Visual Perception . Hove : Psychology Press. Mark Gottdiener . 1995....