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Florian Dombois (ed.), Mira Fliescher (ed.), ...: Ästhetisches Denken

Dieter Mersch (ed.), Florian Dombois (ed.), Julia Rintz (ed.), Mira Fliescher (ed.)

Ästhetisches Denken
Nicht-Propositionalität, Episteme, Kunst

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Ästhetisches Denken. Nicht-Propositionalität, Episteme, Kunst

Anstelle eines »ästhetischen Denkens« verhandelt die Debatte um artistic research vor allem institutionenkritische Fragen wie die Verortung von Kunst als Forschung in der Bologna-Reform oder die Subsumption künstlerischer Praxis unter einen unangemessenen Begriff wissenschaftlicher Forschung. Was aber wäre die eigentliche epistemische Kraft von Kunst? Wären nicht sowohl die eingefahrenen Modelle der »Institution Kunst« als auch ein auf Propositionalität und Aussagewahrheit beschränkter Erkenntnisbegriff zu umgehen, um ästhetisches Denken umreißen zu können?
Im Buch werden dazu künstlerische und philosophische Positionen vorgestellt. Zudem entwirft eine Tool-Box eine alternative Karte von relevanten Feldern des ästhetischen Denkens, um der Debatte neue Begriffe an die Hand zu geben.

Mit Beiträgen von Florian Dombois, Alexander García Düttmann, Mira Fliescher, Jochen Gerz, Dieter Mersch, Isabel Mundry, Michaela Ott und Mirjam Steiner.

  • language
  • music
  • showing
  • thinking
  • knowledge
  • aesthetics
  • artistic research
  • art
  • non-propositionality

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Florian Dombois

Florian Dombois

is an artist and deals with models, landforms, instabilities, seismics, and scientific and technical fictions in various formats of representation and publication. International exhibitions. Since 2011 he is professor at ZHdK Zurich.

Other texts by Florian Dombois for DIAPHANES
  • Palaver

    In: Florian Dombois (ed.), Mira Fliescher (ed.), Dieter Mersch (ed.), Julia Rintz (ed.), Ästhetisches Denken

  • Surf

    In: Florian Dombois (ed.), Mira Fliescher (ed.), Dieter Mersch (ed.), Julia Rintz (ed.), Ästhetisches Denken

  • Vorwort

    In: Florian Dombois (ed.), Mira Fliescher (ed.), Dieter Mersch (ed.), Julia Rintz (ed.), Ästhetisches Denken

Mira Fliescher

Mira Fliescher

studied Art History, Cinema and TV-Studies and Philosophy at Ruhr-University Bochum. After being a doctoral researcher at the DFG research training group ›Identity and Difference‹ at Trier University she finished her PhD thesis about »Signatures of Alterity« at the Brunswick University of Art. 2011–2013 she was a postdoctoral researcher at the DFG research training group ›Visibility and Visualisation. Hybrid Forms of Pictorial Knowledge‹ at Potsdam. Her research is about aesthetic thinking, Drawing/Distortions (Verzeichnungen), signatures, theories of authorship, alterity, visual thinking.

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Dieter Mersch

Dieter Mersch

studied mathematics and philosophy in Cologne, Bochum, Darmstadt. In 2004 he became Professor for Media Theory and Media Science at the University of Potsdam. Since 2013 he is Head of the Institute for Theory at ZHdK Zurich and visiting professor at University Potsdam, where he is one of the chairs of the DFG Research Training Centre ›Visibility and Visualization – Hybrid Forms of pictorial Knowledge‹. Dieter Mersch was a visiting professor in Chicago, Budapest and Luzern, and Fellow at IKKM Weimar and at ZHdK Zurich. His work focuses on media philosophy, aesthetics and art theory, semiotics, hermeneutics, post-structuralism and philosophy of the image and language.

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Julia Rintz

Julia Rintz

  1. studied Literary Studies and works on a PhD thesis about the travel texts of Alfred Kerr. She works in science management, as a lector, editor, and DJ in Berlin.
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