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Disassembled Images - (Lieven Gevaert Series, 27) by Alexander Streitberger & Hilde Van Gelder (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 336

Genre: Photography

Sub-Genre: Subjects & Themes

Series Title: Lieven Gevaert Series, 27

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Leuven University Press

Age Range: Adult

Book theme: General

Author: Alexander Streitberger & Hilde Van Gelder

Language: English

Street Date: September 15, 2019
TCIN: 78130788
UPC: 9789462701717
Item Number (DPCI): 247-78-0249
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported


Disassembled Images takes as a point of departure Allan Sekula's productive approach of disassembling elements in order to reassemble them in alternative constellations. Some of the most pressing issues of our time, such as human labor in a globalized economy or the claim for radical democracy, are recurrent themes in Sekula's oeuvre and are investigated by a wide range of experts in this book. Addressing a variety of artworks, both by Sekula and other artists, the collected essays focus on three crucial aspects within recent politically engaged art: collecting as a tool for representing folly and madness, the confrontation of the maritime space of ecological disasters and geopolitical processes with alternative models of solidarity, and what Sekula named critical realism as a reflective method in search of new social agencies and creative freedom. A text-image portfolio by Marco Poloni completes this profound reflection on Sekula's influential legacy within contemporary visual art.

This publication is GPRC-labeled (Guaranteed Peer Review Content).

Contributors: Anthony Abiragi (University of Colorado), Barbara Baert (KU Leuven), Edwin Carels (School of Arts KASK/HoGent/M HKA), Ronnie Close (American University in Cairo), Bart De Baere (M HKA), Stefanie Diekmann (Hildesheim University), Carles Guerra (Fundació Antoni Tàpies), Clara Masnatta (ICI Berlin), W. J. T. Mitchell (University of Chicago), Marco Poloni (Berlin), Anja Isabel Schneider (KU Leuven/ M HKA), Stephanie Schwartz (University College London), Jonathan Stafford (Nottingham Trent University), Alexander Streitberger (UC Louvain), Hilde Van Gelder (KU Leuven), Benjamin Young (Parsons School of Design)

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