Laruelle and Non-Photography / by Jonathan Fardy
|版||1st ed. 2018.|
|出版者||(Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Pivot)|
|大きさ||XI, 73 p : online resource|
|一般注記||1. Introduction -- 2. Cloning Concepts -- 3. Non-Photography -- Explication to Performance -- 5. Conclusion
This book provides a critical introduction to François Laruelle’s writings on photography, with a particular focus on his two most important books on photography: The Concept of Non-Photography and Photo-Fiction, a Non-Standard Aesthetics. By unpacking and contextualising these works, this study provides a useful starting point for students and scholars who want to better understand Laruelle’s larger project, which he calls “non-philosophy”, or more recently, “non-standard philosophy”. With clear and concise explanations of the basics of non-philosophy, Laruelle and Non-Photography demonstrates how Laruelle's thought challenges standard, philosophical approaches to photography, and culminates in a novel theory of "non-photography."
|著者標目||*Fardy, Jonathan author
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