Art of Memories Curating at the Hermitage (Review)

Pamir Dietrich, Ayşe


Art of Memories Curating at the Hermitage (Book Review)
Pamir Dietrich, Ayşe (2020-07-01)
The Hermitage, is one of the oldest, most prestigious and most active museums in the world, and was founded during the reign of Catherine II the Great in 1764. Over the centuries it has accumulated a permanent collection of more than three million objects. The Hermitage’s vast collection is a microcosm of human history and cultural diversity that includes artifacts from archaeological excavations, art from Classical Antiquity, oriental art, Russian art, Western European art, arms and armor, and coins. Foll...
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The main concern of this thesis is to investigate the critique of representational thinking in Deleuze and to comprehend the notion of Body without Organs (BwO) in relation to aesthetic experience as an alternative to such thought. In order to do that this thesis problematises thought which ontologically priorities the principle of identity. Following that, it looks at subjecthoods and bodies constructed upon the same notion, and researches Deleuze’s criticisms of them. Finally, it researches the effects of...
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