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This article investigates the temporal aspects of Jacques Rancière’s political
and educational theorization through Pilvi Takala’s interventionist artwork The Trainee
(2008). By reading Takala’s presence at the global accounting firm Deloitte as a durative
time of learning that both reflects and...
Rancière’s dissensual politics is used to consider art museums’ efforts toward
social work through institutional outreach and participatory strategies within art and
education. While such foci hold the populist aura of inclusion through increased public and
civic engagement, I lay out how these...
This essay’s main purpose is to explore a series of contemporary art practices
that in different ways raise questions about the relationship between art and politics. A
touchstone for current debates on the politics of art is the work of Jacques Ranciére. In his
writing on politics and...
Jacques Rancière articulates three different regimes of cultural activity. Art
production belongs to all three regimes, but only the third regime is aesthetic. Rancière’s
conception of his aesthetic regime springs from the 18th century philosophy of Friedrich
Schiller. Schiller’s thought also...
In this article, I argue that visual culture art education (VCAE) has
prematurely dismissed the question of taste. While problematizing taste as a form of social
privilege, VCAE inadvertently misses the sensorial politics of aesthetic redistribution that is
promised through the cultivation of...
This article argues that far from being an eccentric clown who has bullied
himself into becoming the Republican Party’s presidential candidate, Donald Trump is the
embodiment of a society in which civic literacy is in retreat and public values are now
subordinated to a market driven...
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