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‘You ought not to be obsessed with the idea that you have to intervene on every subject at every moment’: Interview with Jacques Rancière

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For the conference The Aesthetic Regime of Art: Dimensions of Rancière’s Theory, organised by Maska, Radio Ars commissioned an interview with Jacques Rancière. The conversation focused on topics such as the relationship between politics and aesthetics, and the genesis of Rancière’s thinking, which has recently focused on aesthetics beyond the notion of beauty. We discussed the role of art in contemporary society and the accusations of its hermeticity. And we tackled the idea of communism for present times. In contrast with other star intellectuals, Rancière expresses reservations about the constant need for intellectuals to provide opinions on all subject-matters and events.
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Keywords: (post)modernism; aesthetics; art; communism; politics; public intellectual

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2017

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