La responsabilité politique de l'artiste : de l'entre et du dissensus pour une résistance émancipatrice

Abstract : This PhD starts from a simple question: do the artwork influence may change our perception of the world and thus, our political judgments ? Asking this question comes down to ask what culture, art, or politics to question humans ways of working, which affects their behavior and their ability to desire, to produce alternative, and grow a critical mind and their ability to judge. These operations (nervous system, affects) and milieu indicate at once the hope and the difficulty to resist in our postmodern cultural context where we are rather modified in the sense of voluntary servitude than emancipation. The aesthetic state of the world in the era of late capitalism, in its productions and its practices of "consumption" of cultural products, does not omen in favor of democracy, the real one : the one with autonomos, with 'between’, dissensus, from individuation, emancipation and resistance of individuals, which would enable the widespread deployment of the artist's political responsibility.
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Simon Le Doare. La responsabilité politique de l'artiste : de l'entre et du dissensus pour une résistance émancipatrice. Art et histoire de l'art. Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille III, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LIL30047⟩. ⟨tel-01502337⟩

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