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Thu Oct 16 18:00:12 2014 UTClccn-nr000370710.00What is research in the visual arts?0.660.86The limits of death : between philosophy and psychoanalysis /51989334nr 000370715367959lccn-nr00037072Morra, Joanneedtlccn-n2004015667Clarke, Julie(Julie Joy)1951-lccn-n83126003Stelarc1946-lccn-n84019863Holly, Michael Annauiedtlccn-n78096939Sterling and Francine Clark Art Instituteedtlccn-nr00037070Robson, Mark1968-edtnp-morra, joannaMorra, Joannaedtnc-clark conference$2007$williamstownClark Conference(2007 :Williamstown)lccn-n82042791Potts, Alexviaf-305721734Mizuta Lippit, AkiraSmith, MarquardCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedingsVisual communicationCultureArt and societyVisual perceptionMedical innovationsHuman body--Social aspectsTechnology and the artsPerformance artStelarc,Art--ResearchDeath--Psychological aspectsDeathDolls in artFetishism in artDolls--Psychological aspectsFetishismDollsArtBionicsTechnology--Social aspectsHuman body in literatureErotic art1969199620002002200320052006200720082009201020132014276536114306N72.S6ocn271694866ocn495278441ocn439712784ocn874249126ocn874350593ocn874249256ocn470170281ocn699564721ocn612043874ocn874249289ocn43971278410169ocn756484478file20080.50Smith, MarquardVisual Culture Studies Interviews with Key Thinkers"Visual Culture Studies presents 13 engaging and detailed interviews with some of the most influential intellectuals working today on the objects, subjects, media and environments of visual culture. Exploring historical and theoretical questions of vision, the visual and visuality, this collection reveals the provocative insights of these thinkers, as they have contributed in exhilarating ways to disturbing the parameters of more traditional areas of study across the arts, humanities, and social sciences. In so doing they have key roles in establishing Visual Culture Studies as a significant field of inquiry." "Each interview draws out the interests and commitments of the interviewee to critically interrogate the past, present and future possibilities of Visual Culture Studies and visual culture itself."--Jacket+-+241874769640611ocn058789317book20050.77The prosthetic impulse : from a posthuman present to a biocultural future"The thirteen original essays in The Prosthetic Impulse reassert the phenomenological, material and embodied nature of prosthesis without dismissing its metaphorical potential. They examine the historical and conceptual edge between the human and the posthuman - between flesh and its accompanying technologies. Rather than tracking the transformation of one into the other, these essays address this borderline instead, and the delicate dialectical situation in which it places us. Concentrating on this edge, the collection demonstrates how the human has been technologized and technology humanized."--Jacket+-+058046717540511ocn056368039book20050.70Stelarc : the monographCriticism, interpretation, etc"Stelarc is the most celebrated artist in the world working within technology and the visual arts. He is both an artist and a phenomenon, using his body as medium and exhibition space. Working in the interface between the body and the machine, he employs virtual reality, robotics, medical instruments, prosthetics, the Internet, and biotechnology."+-+251841717537815ocn223871567book20080.74Clark ConferenceWhat is research in the visual arts? : obsession, archive, encounterConference proceedings"Based on the 2007 Clark Conference, What Is Research in the Visual Arts? explores fundamental questions, both philosophical and practical, for those working with visual art. What is research, why and how do we do it, and what place does it have in art making and the understanding of art today? Thirteen authors consider the pleasures, passions, and dangers of research and its attendant obsessions and encounters with incoherence, chaos, and wonder. How does the process of inquiry engender meaning? In what complex ways is research bound up with writing, teaching, curating, and making? Why are we obsessed with the idea of research?"--BOOK JACKET+-+98698655851643ocn045486547book20000.86The limits of death : between philosophy and psychoanalysis+-+06020546251564ocn844731557book20130.84Smith, MarquardThe erotic doll : a modern fetishSince the 19th century, dolls have served as commodities but also as objects of possession and obsession, love and lust. That century witnessed the emergence of the term 'heterosexual' as well as distinctly modern conceptions of fetishism, perversity and animism. Their convergence, and the demands of a growing consumer society resulted in a proliferation of waxworks, shop-window dummies and customised love dolls, which also began to appear in art. Oskar Kokoschka commissioned a life-sized doll of his former lover Alma Mahler; Hans Bellmer crafted poupées; and Marcel Duchamp fabricated a nude figure in his environmental tableau Étant donnés. 'The Erotic Doll' is the first book to explore men's complex relationships with such inanimate forms from historical, theoretical and phenomenological perspectives1369ocn065464971book20050.79Visual culture : critical concepts in media and cultural studies102ocn049978179book20020.77The prosthetic aesthetic86ocn874811093book20060.22Visual culture. critical concepts in media and cultural studiesThese texts represent both the formation of visual culture, and the ways in which it has transformed, and continues to transform, our understanding and experience of the world as a visual domain71ocn690461464book2008Clark ConferenceWhat is research in the visual arts?+-+986986558565ocn874811042book20060.47Visual culture. critical concepts in media and cultural studiesThese texts represent both the formation of visual culture, and the ways in which it has transformed, and continues to transform, our understanding and experience of the world as a visual domain65ocn874811230book20060.47Visual culture. critical concepts in media and cultural studiesThese texts represent both the formation of visual culture, and the ways in which it has transformed, and continues to transform, our understanding and experience of the world as a visual domain65ocn874811041book20060.47Visual culture. critical concepts in media and cultural studiesThese texts represent both the formation of visual culture, and the ways in which it has transformed, and continues to transform, our understanding and experience of the world as a visual domain51ocn255167152book20060.47What is visual culture studies?51ocn271694866book20070.27Smith, MarquardStelarc: The Monograph (Electronic Culture: History, Theory & Practice)Although there have been hundreds of articles written about Stelarc since he began performing in the late 1960s, Stelarc: The Monograph is the first comprehensive study of Stelarc's work practice in over thirty years years. J Goodall contributor, Universit+-+251841717551ocn255168330book20060.47Experiences in visual culture51ocn255168687book20060.47Spaces of visual culture51ocn255167849book20060.47Histories, archaeologies and genealogies of visual culture42ocn773882886book20060.47Visual culture : critical concepts in media and cultural studies42ocn773882888book20060.47Visual culture+-+2518417175+-+2518417175Thu Oct 16 16:08:25 EDT 2014batch13365