Modernity: Spectatorship -gaze, power & knowledge

Listen to my ” aaaa” through my speech.

I tell a good summary about Modernity:

Spectatorship, power & knowledge.

Modernity: Spectatorship-gaze

The world of image that we interact with on a daily basis is caught up in the power relations of the societies in which we live. We invest images with the power to incite emotions with us, and images are also elements within the power relations between human subject, and between individuals and instructions. Read more about Spectatorship, power, and knowledge : read more here http://www.arts.rpi.edu/~ruiz/MediaStudio/READINGSmsi/Sturken%20&%20Cartwright%20Spectatorship.pdf

FEMINIST THEORIES IN ART AND ART HISTORY : A LONG STRUGGLE, INTENSIFIED SINCE 1970s

The creation of a corpus of texts analyzing art and art history with the help of feminist theories dates back to the 1970s. Female theorists question this discipline for having set up asymmetrical positions that are to be found again in representations and that have real consequences for the oppression of women. Read more here
http://www.artsetsocietes.org/seminaireantibes/a/a-dumont.html

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About sirwanbaker

MA art and media practice student, Freelance graphic designer, Visual artist
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2 Responses to Modernity: Spectatorship -gaze, power & knowledge

  1. martyna Tobola says:

    sirwan you are crazy

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