The Emancipated Spectator

The Emancipated Spectator The theorists of art and film commonly depict the modern audience as aesthetically and politically passive In response both artists and thinkers have sought to transform the spectator into an active

  • Title: The Emancipated Spectator
  • Author: Jacques Rancière
  • ISBN: 9781844673438
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The theorists of art and film commonly depict the modern audience as aesthetically and politically passive In response, both artists and thinkers have sought to transform the spectator into an active agent and the spectacle into a communal performance.In this follow up to the acclaimed The Future of the Image, Ranci re takes a radically different approach to this attempteThe theorists of art and film commonly depict the modern audience as aesthetically and politically passive In response, both artists and thinkers have sought to transform the spectator into an active agent and the spectacle into a communal performance.In this follow up to the acclaimed The Future of the Image, Ranci re takes a radically different approach to this attempted emancipation First asking exactly what we mean by political art or the politics of art, he goes on to look at what the tradition of critical art, and the desire to insert art into life, has achieved Has the militant critique of the consumption of images and commodities become, ironically, a sad affirmation of its omnipotence

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    1. Jacques Rancière

      Jacques Ranci re born Algiers, 1940 is a French philosopher and Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Paris St Denis who came to prominence when he co authored Reading Capital 1968 , with the Marxist philosopher Louis Althusser.Ranci re contributed to the influential volume Reading Capital though his contribution is not contained in the partial English translation before publicly breaking with Althusser over his attitude toward the May 1968 student uprising in Paris.Since then, Ranci re has departed from the path set by his teacher and published a series of works probing the concepts that make up our understanding of political discourse What is ideology What is the proletariat Is there a working class And how do these masses of workers that thinkers like Althusser referred to continuously enter into a relationship with knowledge We talk about them but what do we know An example of this line of thinking is Ranci re s book entitled Le philosophe et ses pauvres The Philosopher and His Poor, 1983 , a book about the role of the poor in the intellectual lives of philosophers.Most recently Ranci re has written on the topic of human rights and specifically the role of international human rights organizations in asserting the authority to determine which groups of people again the problem of masses justify human rights interventions, and even war.In 2006, it was reported that Ranci re s aesthetic theory had become a point of reference in the visual arts, and Ranci re has lectured at such art world events as the Freize Art Fair Former French presidential candidate S gol ne Royal has cited Ranci re as her favourite philosopher.

    425 thoughts on “The Emancipated Spectator”

    1. Resim, fotoğraf, kolaj, heykel, tiyatro, sinema ve edebiyat alanında bir şeyler üretmeye çalışan veya üretilen şeylere bakmayı, onları okumayı, izlemeyi, incelemeyi seven ve bunu bir ilgi alanı addeden herkese tavsiyemdir.

    2. Posted on my book blog.Earlier this year I went to a conference in Lisbon in which Jacques Rancière and Hans Belting discussed various problematics regarding the image. Despite having unfortunately chosen a seat next to a gentleman who kept falling asleep and loudly snoring, I enjoyed the talk, and was intrigued enough to delve into Jacques Rancière’s work (I was already familiar with Hans Belting’s).The author has some thought-provoking ideas, and he writes in such a clear, logical way th [...]

    3. Ranciere takes exception to the idea of the passive spectator in the world of aesthetics. He posits a power of the spectator that is reactivated in performance (he gives the example of theatre). Intelligence that constructs the performance for the spectator generates energy and thus reformulates a concept of theatre where the spectator becomes an active participant. “…intelligence is always at work—an intelligence that translates signs into other signs and proceeds by comparison and illust [...]

    4. A fascinating take on spectatorship and the image. The strongest essay in this collection is its opening (and title) essay which examines the relationship of the spectator to his/her community and suggests (strongly) that there are not different forms of spectatorship, only equal rights of spectatorship. Reminiscent of Freire. The later essays take to task Barthes while relying on DeLeuze and others in support of appreciating modern image making as an evolution rather than a repudiation of image [...]

    5. The first chapter puts forward the core idea that there has been a myth of peoples passivity generated from the established left which has been a central plank of classism by persuading people of the inequality of intelligence between them and their masters. Ranciere talks about abrutir rather than oppression. The crude idea of the inert masses was disposed of well before John Carey's 'The Intellectual and the Masses: : Pride and Prejudice Among the Literary Intelligentsia 1880-1939' came out in [...]

    6. This book is a set of five essays in response to Ranciere’s earlier work “The Ignorant Schoolmaster.” All of these pieces are tied together by Ranciere’s attempt to overcome the dyad so often associated with modernist aesthetics of passive spectator/active seer. The title essay extends the concept set forth in “The Ignorant Schoolmaster” by suggesting that the knowledge gap between the educated teacher and the student should be given up in place for an “equality of knowledge.” Th [...]

    7. This is the first French language book I have finished in its entirety. I think in a way that's a sort of testament to its quality, that I was motivated through difficult sections and new vocabulary to continue reading. And to understand.In terms of content, I think the most engaging sections are probably most derivative of his earlier work, in particular Le maître ignorant, (which I am currently reading), where he presents his arguments on emancipation through intellectual equality. This turns [...]

    8. Tough and demanding. You really have to stay focus and well concentrated to really appreciate this book and its meaning. Ranciere tries to connect 3 different corners of the same spectrum: art, politics and the spectator; and he does that with such a brilliant way of writing, going through several references since Walker Evans till the portuguese director Pedro Costa. What lacks in literary accessibility spares on literary intelligence.

    9. How I got on without Rancière this long, I'll never know. "Emancipation begins when we challenge the opposition between viewing and acting; when we understand that the self-evidant facts that structure the relations between saying, seeing and doing themselves belong to the structure of domination and subjection."

    10. Parhaan tietämäni jäsennyksen Rancièren estetiikka ja politiikka -hullunmyllylle on tehnyt Stewart Martin. Tässä erinomaisessa arviossa käydään läpi myös Badioun inestetiikka."What is required is a philosophy that is capable of thinking the relationship of emancipatory politics to developed capitalist economies. This must surely be the point of departure for any philosophy of art today. It is sobering to recognize how few contemporary philosophical enterprises even attempt this."S. Ma [...]

    11. A fascinating study on the role of the spectator in contemporary visual art, with a focus on the body and the image. Presents a broad array of research relating to image and engagement and forms a theory proposing that contemporary art needs to consider both body and image in presentation. Some heavy writing but manages to avoid jargon.

    12. I gave up on that book actually. Some parts were very interesting on the way we act as viewers and how art addresses ideas to us, but then the author lost me, I'm not a philosophy major.

    13. Recueil de textes assez disparates sur la capacité d'absorption et de digestion de l'art sous toutes ses formes par le spectateur. Rancière s'inscrit contre l'idée d’un spectateur dépourvu d’un pouvoir de discernement et d'une capacité d'action. « Etre spectateur n'est pas une condition passive qu'il nous faudrait changer en activité mais bien notre situation normale. Tout spectateur est déjà acteur de son histoire ». Rancière évoque dès lors un spectateur affranchi ; protagonis [...]

    14. Five essays dealing with political theories of art. This is a sort of sequel to The Future of the Image. Like all Ranci��re's books, it was quite interesting and full of novel ways of looking at things; although it was somewhat repetitive, both of his earlier books and within the book itself. The title essay, "The Emancipated Spectator", deals with theories about the relations of theater and spectators, from Plato through Brecht and Artaud to Guy Debord; he makes the point, which I thought w [...]

    15. There are some great moments, but it gets so discursive in that French theory way that you pretty much lose the thread

    16. This was a pretty dense bite of theory for such a small book, but I really appreciated the things I came out of it with: an increased appreciation for the agency of the spectator, a rhetoric and terminology to argue for active spectatorship, and some solutions to my guilt-laden relationships with hyper-political art. This text is difficult, but I think I can excuse its difficulty because the premise of the text is that art and spectatorship are made up of moments of tension, incomprehension, and [...]

    17. Much to say about this one. I read it for class last semester and I got really into it, especially when it seemed like Ranciere was approaching the conclusions which seeemed to be not quite as clearly articulated as they might have been. I'll add my thoughts laterme very very compelling, unique, and provocative thinking in this little book.

    18. As ever, Ranciere is particularly convincing challenging the pervasive belief that images are somehow lies, and are not suitable for depicting certain things. Ranciere's belief that spectators are at the forefront of political action in relation to art is extremely exciting.

    19. Chapter 2 - The Misadventures of Critical Thought presented an excellent challenge to what I thought I knew/understood. Liked Jacques Ranciere -- enough to order a second book by him from amazon

    20. Not really a book. But a great read. A refreshing corrective to the discourses in philosophical aesthetics discussions that problematize the viewer/viewed, audience/performer distinction.

    21. A mixture of intriguing new theoretical avenues and complete bullshit. Chapters one and two are really refreshing for a weary student of theory. Read those and ignore the rest of the book.

    22. serias y profundas reflexiones en torno al arte contemporáneo y lo pretencioso de algunas de sus premisas, que además se anulan.

    23. This is one of the best discussions regarding the viewer's role in art. It's absolutely a must read for anyone interested in media studies, theatre, museum studies, or anything media.

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