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Aesthetic Investigations
45 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • The Atrocity of Representing Atrocity - Watching Kevin Carter's 'Struggling Girl'

    Geurts, Merlijn (2015)
    Taking Kevin Carter's famous photograph of a Sudanese 'Struggling Girl' as an example, this article shows by criticizing the work of photography scholar Ariella Azoulay who argues for an ethic, reparative spectatorship that focuses on the social encounters behind the photograph, how discussions about atrocity photography often result in moral debates: discussions that center around the social relations behind photography and blame the photographer, but do not take into account and criticize t...

    Philosophy and Aesthetics Inform Science: illuminating the complex dynamics of seeing

    Noel-Bentley, Suzanne; Gillett, Grant (2017)
    Aesthetic responsivity and the phenomenology of arts processes reflect integrative self-world engagements, and are informative about the nature of the world and our biology in ways that are often not be made evident through scientific research. Akins’ and Hahn’s research regarding human trichromatic visual perception brings together the art of photography, neuroscience, and psychophysics, along with analyses of perspectives on vision in science and philosophy, to invoke anti-reductive, holist...

    Form and History: Hegel’s Philosophy of Art Today

    Feige, Daniel Martin (2015)
    In this article, I discuss the philosophical position that marks the end of the Age of Aesthetics: Hegel's philosophy of art. I demonstrate how it has passed the test of time, and will further defend its systematic outlines. I reconstruct Hegel's philosophy of art in a way that relies less on Hegel’s own conceptual terminology, but, rather, attempts to shed light on the insights it can afford with regard to some more recent discussions: on the one hand, discussions about how to read Hegel of ...

    The Experimental Art of Noel Harding: At the Intersection of Nature and Technology

    Dapena-Tretter, Antonia Jan (2017)
    Until his death in 2016, artist Noel Harding demonstrated continual growth from fairly traditional art objects to large-scale, public sculptures bordering on urban planning. Detailing three major works, this article reveals the artist's conscious move away from art contained within galleries to open-air installations created with environmental stewardship in mind. Projects from Harding's final years affected real change in the community through ongoing audience participation and the actions o...
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