The Resource The future of post-human visual arts : towards a new theory of techniques and spirits, Volume I, by Peter Baofu

The future of post-human visual arts : towards a new theory of techniques and spirits, Volume I, by Peter Baofu

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The future of post-human visual arts : towards a new theory of techniques and spirits, Volume I
Title
The future of post-human visual arts
Title remainder
towards a new theory of techniques and spirits
Title number
Volume I
Statement of responsibility
by Peter Baofu
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Author
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Language
eng
Summary
Are the visual arts really so central in our time that, as Doug Adams once said, ""people under 60, raised on television...remember by what they see....[F]ilm and television are really the language of today""? (TE 2013) This central view on the visual arts can be contrasted with an opposing view by Camille Paglia, who wrote that ""the visual is sorely undervalued in modern scholarship. Art history has attained only a fraction of the conceptual sophistication of literary criticism. Drunk with self-love, criticism has hugely overestimated the centrality of language to western culture. It has fai
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Dewey number
707
Index
no index present
LC call number
N85
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Fine arts, music, and literature
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The future of post-human visual arts : towards a new theory of techniques and spirits, Volume I, by Peter Baofu
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Contents
  • The Future of Post-Human Visual Arts: Towards a New Theory of Techniques and Spirits. Volume 1; The Future of Post-Human Visual Arts: Towards a New Theory of Techniques and Spirits. Volume 1; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; BOOKS ALSO BY PETER BAOFU; TABLES; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; ABBREVIATIONS; PART ONE: Introduction; CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION -THE ATTRACTION OF THE VISUAL ARTS; A Debate on the Centrality of the Visual Arts; Definition and History of the Visual Arts; Techniques and Spirits of the Visual Arts; Diverse Aspects of the Visual Arts; The Theoretical Debate
  • The Ephemeral Theory of the Visual ArtsTheory and Meta-Theory; The Logic of Existential Dialectics; Sophisticated Methodological Holism; Chapter Outline; Some Clarifications; PART TWO: Techniques; CHAPTER 2: TECHNIQUES AND THEIR DUALITY; The Significance of Techniques; Techniques and the Mind; Techniques and Nature; Techniques and Society; Techniques and Culture; Techniques, Minimalist-Designing, and Simplification; The Insignificance of Techniques
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9781633219540
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  • (OCoLC)893206393
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