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Cashell Kieran: Aftershock (PDF)

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This is the first book to subject contemporary art to a rigorous ethical exploration. Scrutinising notorious works by artists including Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Richard Billingham, Marc Quinn, Sally Mann, Marcus Harvey, Hans Bellmer, Paul Mc Carthy, Tierney Gearon, and Tracey Emin, 'Aftershock' insists on the importance of visceral, emotional and 'ethical' responses. This book argues that, in favouring conceptual rather than emotional reactions, commentators actually fail to engage with the work they promote. Yet in doing so, Cashell argues, these commentators actually fail to understand the work they defend. It argues that, in favouring conceptual rather than emotional reactions, commentators actually fail to engage with the work they promote.

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Aftershock : Kieran Cashell : 9781845115241

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Yet in doing so, Cashell argues, these commentators actually fail to understand the work they defend. It argues that, in favouring conceptual rather than emotional reactions, commentators actually fail to engage with the work they promote. Nevertheless, the catch-all notion of 'transgression' is also questioned here: transgressive work is not, by definition, interesting, nor does it necessarily justify ethical ambivalence. This provocative book subjects contemporary transgressive art to a rigorous ethical exploration. While also questioning the catch-all notion of 'transgression', this illuminating and controversial book neither jumps indiscriminately to the defence of shocking artworks nor dismisses them out of hand.

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Cashell Kieran: Aftershock (PDF)

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Freeland Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy University of Houston, Texas Read more. Accused by the tabloid press of setting out to 'shock', controversial artworks are vigorously defended by art critics, who frequently downplay their disturbing emotional impact. This is the first book to subject contemporary art to a rigorous ethical exploration, arguing that, in favouring conceptual rather than emotional reactions, commentators actually fail to engage with the work they promote. Far from clouding our judgement, Cashell argues, shame, outrage or revulsion are the very emotions that such works set out to evoke. While also questioning the catch-all notion of 'transgression', this illuminating and controversial book neither jumps indiscriminately to the defence of shocking artworks nor dismisses them out of hand. Freeland Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy University of Houston, Texas.

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Cashell Kieran: Aftershock (PDF)

aftershock kieran cashell

Accused by the tabloid press of setting out to 'shock', controversial artworks are vigorously defended by art critics, who frequently downplay their disturbing emotional impact. Far from clouding our judgement, Cashell argues, shame, outrage or revulsion are the very emotions that such works set out to evoke. Freeland Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy University of Houston, Texas. Accused by the tabloid press as setting out to shock, controversial artworks are vigorously defended by art critics, who frequently downplay their disturbing emotional impact. Scrutinising notorious works by artists including Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Richard Billingham, Marc Quinn, Sally Mann, Marcus Harvey, Hans Bellmer, Paul McCarthy, Tierney Gearon, and Tracey Emin, 'Aftershock' insists on the importance of visceral, emotional and 'ethical' responses. Yet in doing so, Cashell argues, these commentators actually fail to understand the work they defend. This is the first book to subject contemporary art to a rigorous ethical exploration.

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Aftershock : the ethics of contemporary transgressive art /

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The E-mail message field is required. This artwork is vigorously defended by art critics who frequently downplay their disturbing emotional impact. Scrutinising notorious works by artists including Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Richard Billingham, Marc Quinn, Sally Mann, Marcus Harvey, Hans Bellmer, Paul McCarthy, Tierney Gearon, and Tracey Emin, Aftershock insists on the importance of visceral, emotional and 'ethical' responses. This provocative book subjects contemporary transgressive art to a rigorous ethical exploration. Far from clouding our judgement, Cashell argues, shame, outrage or revulsion are the very emotions that such works set out to evoke.

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Far from clouding our judgement, Cashell argues, shame, outrage or revulsion are the very emotions that such works set out to evoke. Drawing on an impressive array of philosophical ideas, Cashell helps viewers tackle the messy details of art by Damien Hirst, Orlan, Marc Quinn, Tracy Emin, and more, as he provides a probing and subtle defense of the moral value of such recent 'transgressive' art. This book argues that, in favouring conceptual rather than emotional reactions, commentators actually fail to engage with the work they promote. While also questioning the catch-all notion of 'transgression', this illuminating and controversial book neither jumps indiscriminately to the defence of shocking artworks nor dismisses them out of hand. Engaging with philosophy, ethics and aesthetics, this controversial book neither jumps indiscriminately to the defence of shocking artworks nor dismisses them out of hand.

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Aftershock : the ethics of contemporary transgressive art /

aftershock kieran cashell

This provocative book subjects contemporary transgressive art to a rigorous ethical exploration. This is the first book to subject contemporary art to a rigorous ethical exploration. . This is the first book to subject contemporary art to a rigorous ethical exploration. Yet in doing so, Cashell argues, these commentators actually fail to understand the work they defend. This is the first book to subject contemporary art to a rigorous ethical exploration. Far from clouding our judgement, Cashell argues, shame, outrage or revulsion are the very emotions that such works set out to evoke.

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Aftershock : the ethics of contemporary transgressive art (Book, 2009) [vs-forum.jp]

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Accused by the tabloid press of setting out to 'shock', controversial artworks are vigorously defended by art critics, who frequently downplay their disturbing emotional impact. This is the first book to subject contemporary art to a rigorous ethical exploration. The writing style more opaque than transparent , combined with the art theory jargon typical of this particular type of scholarship presuming much prior knowledge , provides a challenging but ultimately worthwhile read. Freeland Professor and Chair, Department of Philosophy University of Houston, Texas. It argues that, in favouring conceptual rather than emotional reactions, commentators actually fail to engage w Accused by the tabloid press of setting out to 'shock', controversial artworks are vigorously defended by art critics, who frequently downplay their disturbing emotional impact.

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Aftershock : the ethics of contemporary transgressive art /

aftershock kieran cashell

It argues that, in favouring conceptual rather than emotional reactions, commentators actually fail to engage with the work they promote. It argues that, in favouring conceptual rather than emotional reactions, commentators actually fail to engage with the work they promote. Yet in doing so, Cashell argues, these commentators actually fail to understand the work they defend. Summary Accused by the tabloid press of setting out to 'shock', controversial artworks are vigorously defended by art critics, who frequently downplay their disturbing emotional impact. This provocative book subjects contemporary transgress art to a rigorous ethical exploration. Scrutinising notorious works by artists including Damien Hirst, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Richard Billingham, Marc Quinn, Sally Mann, Marcus Harvey, Hans Bellmer, Paul McCarthy, Tierney Gearon, and Tracey Emin, Aftershock insists on the importance of visceral, emotional and 'ethical' responses.

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