Hybridity: Discussing Rancière with Austro-Marxism
The paper draws on possibilities of applying Rancière’s views to the poetics and politics of ‘Red Vienna’, that is, to the cultural and educational policies developed by the Social Democratic Workers’ Party of Austria (SDAP), which in the 1920s supported aesthetic policies structurally related to Rancière’s own conceptions of art and aesthetic revolution. The aim of the paper is to discuss Rancière’s understanding of aesthetic revolution in the light of the historical achievements and impasses of the Viennese social democratic politics.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2017
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