Thanks not least to the editor's skilful introduction this volume makes a persuasive case for the indispensability of autonomy as a category of contemporary art theory. This is a collection of high quality that teases out autonomy's diverse meanings - showing its centrality to philosophical debate concerning the nature of art. Help Centre.
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Ships in 7 to 10 business days. Link Either by signing into your account or linking your membership details before your order is placed. Description Table of Contents Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Industry Reviews The notion of aesthetic autonomy has assumed a number of forms across the diverse and too often mutually oblivious traditions of philosophy.
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Notes on Contributors Introduction Owen Hulatt 1. Conclusion Casey Haskins Index.
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Focusing on case studies, Child demonstrates that art's autonomy has a porous relationship to capitalist patterns of labour. This book is particularly valuable because it does not restrict the examination of artistic labour to the activities of the artist as author, thinker or maker but provides a detailed analysis of the displacement of the artist in the production of artworks by acknowledged and unacknowledged fabricators, participants and assistants both paid and unpaid.
A highly absorbing, forensic account structured around case studies which take us from the deskilled assembly lines of Ford Motor Company to the call centres of Calcutta, from the YBA's art fabricators to community projects in the Bronx, and from Marx and his many contemporary exponents to anti-corporate performance activists.
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