'Is it the intentionality described by phenomenology and the ambiguous flesh of the active viewer who enters the work of art and fully explores its most extreme possibilities that determine the limits of possible subjectivation? Or is it the work itself that defines the parameters of new potential forms of subjectivity, perhaps involving modes of awareness that dodge the framework of phenomenology? Such are the questions that constitute the ultimate horizon of this essay.' (Back cover of the book)
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Onsite

Location code REFS.BID
Language

English

Keyword

art theory

Publication/Creation date

2005

No of pages

116

ISBN / ISSN

097456883

No of copies

1

Content type

monograph

Chapter headings
Syncope
Who is Me Today?
Crystals
Chronologies
Extended Cinema
Time Difference
Cutting Time
Simultaneously
Nothing
Future Arrivals
Chronometers
Daniel Birnbaum: Chronology
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Daniel Birnbaum: Chronology

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