Visual Art and Education in an Era of Designer Capitalism: Deconstructing The Oral Eye by jan jagodzinskiVisual Art and Education in an Era of Designer Capitalism: Deconstructing The Oral Eye by jan jagodzinski

Visual Art and Education in an Era of Designer Capitalism: Deconstructing The Oral Eye

byjan jagodzinski

Paperback | May 17, 2012

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This book offers a unique perspective of art and its education in designer capitalism. It will contribute to the debate as to possibilities art and design hold for the future. It also questions the broad technologization of art that is taking place.
JAN JAGODISNKI Professor of Secondary Education at the University of Alberta, Canada.
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Title:Visual Art and Education in an Era of Designer Capitalism: Deconstructing The Oral EyeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.58 inPublished:May 17, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230618804

ISBN - 13:9780230618800

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Aestheticization of the Wor(l)d Picture;  B.Steigler PART I: DECONSTRUCTING THE ORAL EYE Situating the Oral-Eye in Designer Capitalism On Visual Regimes and their Shadows PART II: RUINING REPRESENTATIONS Historical Antecedents: The Rise of the Unconscious in Artistic Practice Deleuze's 'logic of sense': The Importance of Affect for Art and its Education Badiou? 15 Lessons PART III: ART AND ITS EDUCATION IN DESIGNER CAPITALISM Between Art& Design Education: The Fundamental Antagonism The Primal Fantasy of Visual Art Education: It Just Keeps Going and Going and Going... Fantasies of Radicalism: Art Education's Conservative Appropriation of Postmodernism Badiou's Challenge to Education: The 'Truth" of Art, the Art of Truth Creativity? PART IV: LESSONS FOR ART EDUCATORS: ENCOUNTERS WITH THE REAL The Impossible Real (Nachtwey) W(h)ither Pain? Avant Garde without Authority Virillo Meets Bill Viola: How to Overload the Circuits of Thought Krysztof Wodiczko: Counting the Uncounted Alfredo Jaar: The Limitations of the 'Real' Mondofesto PART V: REORIENTING ART EDUCATION FOR A POSTHUMAN AGE: SELF-REXFLEXIVITY OF INDESIGN From Eye-World to Brain-Eye: Self-RefleXivity in Art and Its Education PART IV: THINKING DIAGRAMATICALLY Orlan/Stelac/ Bilal Decentering the Visual Organ of Designer Capitalism: Probe-heads and Beyond

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"A novel and persuasive analysis. Bringing together a range of theoretical positions with discussions of visual arts and culture, this book juxtaposes art and design in order to argue the importance of the idea of 'avant-garde without authority' in contemporary art education. Brilliant discussions of art - from post-Situationism to Viola, Jaar, and Wodiczko - highlight the ways in which such avant-garde without authority expands freedom and nonpower by 'ruining representation.''' - Krzysztof Ziarek, Professor of Comparative Literature and Director of Graduate Studies, University at Buffalo, SUNY"This book is an important intervention and exploration of art and its education in our current socio-cultural, political, and economic contexts. It is an insightful and valuable resource for students, teachers, and researchers in the field. jagodzinski draws extensively upon an impressive breadth and depth of theory and art practice in order to make and consolidate his thesis concerning art and education in an era of designer capitalism." - Dennis Atkinson, Director of the Research Center for the Arts and Learning, Goldsmiths, University of London