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Digital and Other Virtualities : Renegotiating the Image
"If virtuality is being celebrated as heralding a radically new era, rich with new possibilities and futures hitherto unimagined through cybernetics, networking and digitalizaton, such claims are
The Words ‘Art’, the Artist's Status: Technique and Affectivity in France, 1789–98
In this essay I shall be looking at some complex transformations of the art world that can be traced in France in the period just after the Revolution of 1789.* Though Jacques-Louis David is not
Rethinking the canon
Part of a symposium providing a range of critical perspectives on rethinking the art historical canon. The writer reflects on the meaning of canonicity in art history, with reference to the Souillac
Ingres Then, and Now
Acknowledgements Preliminary Introduction 1.Ingres and the Arcades 2.Academie, or the colour white and the childhood of art criticism 3.A filament in the tissues of modernity
Street Noises: Parisian Pleasure, 1900-40
The hold of Paris on history o Yvette, o Maurice some snapshots neighbouring states (soldiers and sailors) passages of reality and the zones of bargain pleasures the form of a conclusion translation
Reading Some Fragments From the Work of Muriel Dimen, or Contradictions on the Spicy Side
ABSTRACT My piece is concerned with some of Muriel Dimen’s feminist writing of the 1980s and her bold and unyielding pleasure in elaborating a sexual politics rooted in an acceptance of the