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Ethics of Art

Over the last few months this blog has been circling around some ideas in aesthetics that may help to newly define the value of abstraction. Concepts such as non-identity, the inhuman and organic formalism have been presented. I was just … Continue reading

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Ethics of Abstraction Part 1

Autonomy is an ethical/political stance, not a description of the social role or position of a work

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The crisis

The second thing that happened today to make me think, though in this case about things a little more compelling than the dullness of art history, was another article in the LRB about David Harvey’s new book, The Enigma of … Continue reading

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