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Visual animals : crossovers, evolution and new aesthetics /

by North, Ian [editor]; Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia; (2007 : Visual Animals Symposium Adelaide, S.A.).
Type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 189 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.ISBN: ; 1875751319; 9781875751310.Other title: Crossovers, evolution and new aesthetics.Subject(s): Art -- Philosophy | Aesthetics | Art -- HistoryOnline resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
Alan Cruickshank : Foreword Ian North : Introduction I: Art and the Natural Brian Boyd: Artistic Animals: Common and Unique Features of Music and Visual Art Marcello Costa: Painting, Neuroscience and Mental Health Ian North: Notes Towards a Natural Way to Do Art History Ian Mclean: Against the Grain: Towards a Natural History of Art and Taste Denis Dutton: Art, Landscape and Pleistocene Life II: Transitional Positions Jennifer A. Mcmahon: Aesthetic Reflection and the Very Possibility of Art Donald Brook: For Art, Against Aesthetics III: Art and Social Animals Linda Williams: Curve-Fold-Process: Notes Towards a Grounded Historiography of Culture Rex Butler and A.D.S. Donaldson: A Short History of Unaustralian Art Jill Bennett: Migratory Aesthetics: Art and Politics After Identity Peter James Smith: Rediscovering Lines of Longitude: Signs of 'New Capture' for Art Practice At Postmodernism's Demise Rod Taylor: Visual Animals Symposium: Art and the Aesthetic Stephen C. Loo: Responding by Mimicry, or Three Frames Towards Becoming a Visual Animal Ihab Hassan: Aesthetics in the Age of Globalisation: Toward an Aesthetic of Trust Contributors.
Summary: "The aim of this publication is to bring together a number of key researchers in disciplines usually working at a tangent to each other - notably art history, analytic philosophy and bioaesthetics - to discuss new or revised concepts of art that may influence current approaches to the writing of global art history."--Introduction. List(s) this item appears in: Honours Research Methods 1.2
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"Much of the material was prepared for the Visual Animals Symposium which took place under the auspices of the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 18-19 April, 2007"--Introduction.

Includes bibliographical references.

Alan Cruickshank : Foreword Ian North : Introduction I: Art and the Natural Brian Boyd: Artistic Animals: Common and Unique Features of Music and Visual Art Marcello Costa: Painting, Neuroscience and Mental Health Ian North: Notes Towards a Natural Way to Do Art History Ian Mclean: Against the Grain: Towards a Natural History of Art and Taste Denis Dutton: Art, Landscape and Pleistocene Life II: Transitional Positions Jennifer A. Mcmahon: Aesthetic Reflection and the Very Possibility of Art Donald Brook: For Art, Against Aesthetics III: Art and Social Animals Linda Williams: Curve-Fold-Process: Notes Towards a Grounded Historiography of Culture Rex Butler and A.D.S. Donaldson: A Short History of Unaustralian Art Jill Bennett: Migratory Aesthetics: Art and Politics After Identity Peter James Smith: Rediscovering Lines of Longitude: Signs of 'New Capture' for Art Practice At Postmodernism's Demise Rod Taylor: Visual Animals Symposium: Art and the Aesthetic Stephen C. Loo: Responding by Mimicry, or Three Frames Towards Becoming a Visual Animal Ihab Hassan: Aesthetics in the Age of Globalisation: Toward an Aesthetic of Trust Contributors.

"The aim of this publication is to bring together a number of key researchers in disciplines usually working at a tangent to each other - notably art history, analytic philosophy and bioaesthetics - to discuss new or revised concepts of art that may influence current approaches to the writing of global art history."--Introduction.

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