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008    110901s2012    enka     b    001 0 eng   
010    2011037036 
020    9780415543828 
020    0415543827 
020    9780415543835|q(paperback) 
020    0415543835 
020    9780203146811 
020    0203146816 
020    9781136509278 
020    1136509275 
024 8  99950133320 
035    (OCoLC)706022774|z(OCoLC)806012599|z(OCoLC)957143409
042    pcc 
050 00 NX650.I35|bJ66 2012 
082 00 701/.18|223 
100 1  Jones, Amelia,|eauthor.|4aut 
245 10 Seeing differently :|ba history and theory identification 
       and the visual arts /|cAmelia Jones 
264  1 Abingdon, Oxon [England] ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2012 
300    xxx, 254 pages :|billustrations (some color) ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 00 |gIntroduction.|tThe leaking frame of the argument on how 
       to see differently --|tArt as a binary proposition: 
       identity as a binary proposition --|tFetishizing the gaze 
       and the anamorphic perversion : "the other is you" --
       |tMulticulturalism, intersectionality, and "post-identity"
       --|tQueer feminist durationality: time and materiality as 
       a means of resisting spatial objectification --|tSeeing 
       and reconceiving difference: concluding thoughts, without 
       final conclusions 
520    "Seeing Differently offers a history and theory of ideas 
       about identity in relation to visual arts discourses and 
       practices in Euro-American culture, from early modern 
       beliefs that art is an expression of an individual, the 
       painted image a "world picture" expressing a comprehensive
       and coherent point of view, to the rise of identity 
       politics after WWII in the art world and beyond 
520    The book is both a history of these ideas (for example, 
       tracing the dominance of a binary model of self and other 
       from Hegel through classic 1970s identity politics) and a 
       political response to the common claim in art and popular 
       political discourse that we are "beyond" or "post-" 
       identity. In challenging this latter claim, Seeing 
       Differently critically examines how and why we "identify" 
       works of art with an expressive subjectivity, noting the 
       impossibility of claiming we are "post-identity" given the
       persistence of beliefs in art discourse and broader visual
       culture about who the subject "is," and offers a new 
       theory of how to think of this kind of identification in a
       more thoughtful and self-reflexive way 
520    Ultimately, Seeing Differently offers a mode of thinking 
       identification as a "queer feminist durational" process 
       that can never be fully resolved but must be accounted for
       in thinking about art and visual culture. Queer feminist 
       durationality is a mode of relational interpretation that 
       affects both "art" and "interpreter," potentially making 
       us more aware of how we evaluate and give value to art and
       other kinds of visual culture."--Pub. desc 
650  0 Identity (Philosophical concept) in art 
650  0 Visual perception in art 
650  0 Arts, Modern 
650  0 Aesthetics, Modern 
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