A Journal of Ideas, Contexts and Methods
Volume 2. No. 1. Summer 2008 (ISSN 1752 6388)
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.
This issue is focused on the work of French philosopher Jacques RanciÃ¨re and includes papers from the two-day conference Aesthetics and Politics: With and Around Jacques RanciÃ¨re 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 It includes the previously unpublished text of RanciÃ¨res plenary lecture delivered at the conference and a new interview with the philosopher; it also includes a transcript of an exchange with RanciÃ¨re which followed the papers presented by Stephen Wright and Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield which also appear here.
Editorial: Jacques RanciÃ¨re and The (Re)Distribution of the Sensible: Five Lessons in Artistic Research
With and Around Jacques RanciÃ¨re
Sophie Berrebi: Everything you wanted to know about Jacques RanciÃ¨re but were afraid to ask…
Jacques RanciÃ¨re: 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: (RanciÃ¨re the other side of Lyotard)
An Exchange with Jacques RanciÃ¨re
Jacques RanciÃ¨re and Indisciplinarity, translated by Gregory Elliott
Sophie Berrebi: Jacques RanciÃ¨re: Aesthetics is Politics
Audron Å½ukauskait: 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 JÃ¶rg 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?
This publication is supported by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as part of the Burgess programme run by the Cultural Department of the French Embassy in London. www.frenchbooknews.com
Art and Research is published by:
Studio 55: Centre for Research in Fine Art Practice
Glasgow School of Art
167 Renfrew Street
Glasgow, G3 6RQ
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