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Sichtbarmachung und Sichtbarkeit von Bildern

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Scientific discussions on images follow for the most part two different approaches. With regard to epistemic images, it is predominantly their production which is discussed, whereas art historical approaches tend to focus more on perception. However, making things visible through images and the visibility of images themselves are two iconic dimensions, which appear to be interrelated in a complex manner. On one hand, epistemic images are produced for their reception by a trained eye whose gaze can't be anticipated. On the other hand, we always perceive images as specifically produced objects. The way the image is produced affects its perception, even if it doesn't simply determine it. Therefore, it becomes clear that to make visible, to be visible as well as the interrelation of these two aspects must be considered as central problems of image theory.

Language: German

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2008

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  • The Journal for Aesthetics and General Art History (Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft, "ZÄK") was established in 1906. It contains articles, miscellany, and reviews and continues to provides a forum for the fields of the "theory of beautiful and the philosophy of art", "theory of particular arts" and the "methodology of art history". The journal contains peer reviewed articles, predominantly in German, but also in English and French language. Thematically arranged special issues appear in irregular intervals and expand the program.

    Die "Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft" wurde 1906 gegründet. Sie bildet ein Forum für die Problembereiche Philosophie des Schönen und der Kunst, Theorie der einzelnen Künste und Methodologie der Kunstwissenschaften. Seit 1966 erscheint die "Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft" wieder in zwei Halbjahresbänden (von 1966 bis 1999 beim Bouvier Verlag). Die "ZÄK" enthält folgende Rubriken: 1. Abhandlungen; 2. Miszellen; 3. Besprechungen. Beiträge werden im peer-review-Verfahren und vorzugsweise in deutscher, aber auch in englischer oder französischer Sprache veröffentlicht. Die Diskussionen der Zeitschrift werden erweitert und vertieft durch themenorientierte Sonderhefte, die in loser Folge erscheinen.

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