Friday, September 12, 2008

Art & Research

Issue 2 of the Glasgow School of Art's e-journal in fine art research, Art & Research, has just been published.
Art and Research is an artist-led, internationally peer-assessed e-journal of Research in Fine Art Practice, focused upon questions, contexts and methodologies of artistic research and practice. Art & Research aims to serve professional artists and academics, curators and critics, artistic researchers, postgraduate and doctoral research students and undergraduates, and to inform current pedagogical thought in a global context.
Issue 2 is focused on the work of French philosopher Jacques Rancière and includes papers from the two-day conference Aesthetics and Politics: With and Around Jacques Rancière co-organized by Sophie Berrebi and Marie-Aude Baronian at the University of Amsterdam on 20 and 21 June 2006. It includes the previously unpublished text of Rancières plenary lecture delivered at the conference and a new interview with the philosopher; it also includes a transcript of an exchange with Rancière which followed the papers presented by Stephen Wright and Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield which also appear here.

  • Editorial: Jacques Rancière and The (Re)Distribution of the Sensible:( Five Lessons in Artistic Research
  • With and Around Jacques Rancière
  • Sophie Berrebi: Everything you wanted to know about Jacques Rancière but were afraid to ask&..
  • Jacques Rancière: Aesthetic Separation, Aesthetic Community: Scenes from the Aesthetic Regime of Art
  • Stephen Wright: Behind Police Lines: Art Visible and Invisible
  • Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield: Nowhere is aesthetics contra ethics:
  • (Rancière the other side of Lyotard
  • An Exchange with Jacques Rancière
  • Jacques Rancière and Indisciplinarity, translated by Gregory Elliott
  • Sophie Berrebi: Jacques Rancière: Aesthetics is Politics
  • Audron Žukauskait: Imaginary Identities In Contemporary Lithuanian Art
  • Sean Snyder: Optics. Compression. Propaganda.
  • Michael Rakowitz: The invisible enemy should not exist
  • All of a Sudden: Things that Matter in Contemporary Art: An Interview with Jörg Heiser
  • Dan Kidner: Chris Evans: Socially Awkward
  • Chris Evans: The Freedom of Negative Expression
  • The Phenomenology of Olfactory Perception:( An interview with Clara Ursitti
  • Clara Ursitti: Oxford/Rome
  • Micro Gestures For a New Co-Efficiency in Art: An interview with Andrew Sunley Smith
  • Andrew Sunley Smith: Micro Gestures
  • Brian O'Connell: Ghostly Media: What Would an Invoking Medium Look Like?
  • Sarah-Neel Smith: Nightcomers at the 2007 Istanbul Biennial:( revolution or counter-revolution?
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