Art and Obscenity. By: Kerstin Mey Media of Art and Obscenity. See larger image Series: Art and Series. RRP: £ Online price: £ Saving: Save. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Nov 1, , JOHN A WALKER and others published ART AND OBSCENITY BY KERSTIN MEY. Read “Art and Obscenity” by Kerstin Mey with Rakuten Kobo. Explicit material is more widely available in the internet age than ever before, yet the concept of.
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Art and Obscenity Paperback, trade by Kerstin Mey listed as a resource on https: Colour, Art and Empire explores the entanglements of visual culture, enchanted technologies, waste, revolution, resistance Art and the City. Overview Explicit material is more widely available in the internet age than ever before, yet the concept of “obscenity” remains as difficult to pin down as it is to approach without bias: How to write a great review.
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This book explores, through the arg of ten contemporary Iranian photographers, the contrasts and contradictions Mey begins by problematising the concept of ‘obscenity’, highlighting the distinct ways in which particular discourses enable obscenity to be conceptualised. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews. To Henri Lefebvre, the space and lived everydayness of the inter-dependent, multi-faceted city produces manifold possibilities of identifiction and realisation through often imperceptible interactions and practices.
Mey presents a clear argument, well supported by references and a considered approach of the boundaries of art paying some attention to literature and ‘new’ media. Victoria Powell rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Please review your cart. Kristeva is featured heavily here, contextualised by Lacan, Butler and Foster. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. At this juncture in the book, the author begins to address obscenity in more innovative ways.
The last two chapters approach the question of obscenity in the digital age. Amanda Stone added it Sep 20, Colour, Art and Empire: Showing of 2 reviews. Aicah Abello marked it as to-read Mar 24, Ashcan Art, Whiteness, and the Unspectacular Man.
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Tauris first published January 1st Mey refuses sweeping statements and “kneejerk” responses, arguing with dexterity that some works, regardless of their “high art” context, remain deeply problematic, while others are both groundbreaking and liberating.
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Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Kathy Herron marked it as to-read Mar 21, Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Freudian ideas about fetishism via Laura Mulvey emphasise the centrality of gender to the act of transgression. I think this may have been better on the other side of kitsch, next to the chapter on ‘Know Thyself’.
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Miss Deed added it Jan 14, Visionary philosopher and literary critic Mikhail Bakhtin was largely ignored during his lifetime yet his oeuvre has significantly impacted how we think about visual culture. From the outset, I should warn the reader that I actually read this book in Mey relates the concept of obscenity to taboo and pornography, suggesting that they occupy a similar space in cultural production and kersfin whilst retaining some distinction between the conceptsbut that this space is essentially fluid and necessarily rubs against art.
Amir marked it as to-read Jul 25, If the previous chapter was about pushing the body to its limits then this chapter is about the body pushed beyond its limits, to the point of corruption, of expulsion.
Nice review of both what is considered obscene and why and then an its relationship to art. Montserrat rated it really liked it Feb 20,