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As a matter of fact, you can even say he had a taste for stories — Peppiatt notes that the van Gogh series lgiva inspired by the Kirk Douglas film Lust for Life!
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Towards a Minor Literature Rhizome Nomadology: Cover of the first edition. A few years ago, University of Minnesota Press sent me a copy of a new edition of The Logic of Sensation when it was reissued in a new translation.
In his famous readings of philosophers, Deleuze prided himself on a method of overreading, using their own words to create something new and “monstrous” by pushing their internal logic to its limit — “the author had to say, in effect, everything I made him say.
But while occasionally viewed solely gillse a work of art history, Deleuze’s larger motivation is the conception of art beyond the cliche’d themes of “representation”. The Logic of Sensation Cover of the first edition.
I know because the Met show quotes Deleuze in its wall text about one of the iconic Pope paintings: Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Similarly, it is no good to state that what is most fundamental about Bacon is a bracketing out of all narrative suggestion, when this is clearly not the case — at the Met, a work like Study for a Portrait of Van Gogh VIa depiction of the shadowy Dutchman slouching across a yellow field weighed down by painting instruments, as if in a funk, proves that Bacon is interested in plugging his paintings into recognizable figures and stories, however fragmentary.
However, it must be admitted that any attempt to actually do anything with his thought has mainly added up to nothing, or worse. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. X Newsletter Signup Please enter a valid email address. This page was last edited on 7 Marchat The Logic of Sensation French: It was translated into English by Daniel W.
My sense is that these days the gleam is off the postmodern apple. Retrieved from ” https: What directly interests him is a violence that is involved only with color and line: After seeing the show at the Met, I decided to pick it up and see if its insights still held today. Even philosophical rivals like Alain Badiou will admit that Deleuze constructed a system that is formidably suggestive. The very same formal tics that had been an expression of an original thought became a way of resisting confronting further original thought.
In What is Philosophy? He can be reached at. Please enter a valid email address. For, despite his attentiveness to specific artworks, it is not really art that interests Deleuze. The book presents a deep engagement with Bacon’s work and the nature and potential of art. The much-cited postmodern philosopher, part of the canon in any college theory class, was a Bacon fan. Painting directly attempts to release the presences beneath representation, beyond representation. In some contradictory way, I think that it is precisely this formalistic character which explains the continued appeal of Deleuze in art circles today: Please try again later.
Francis Bacon: Lógica de la sensación
Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Here he is simply superimposing his own affirmative philosophy onto his object. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Ffancis have a Kindle?
The first painting in “Francis Bacon: If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? There was a problem filtering reviews right now. It should therefore be deeply embarrassing that 99 percent of all writing on Deleuze is simply slavish blow-by-blow recapitulation, and that the Met show pays homage to him as a kind of aphorism-spouting sage. Deleuze himself would probably prefer a comparison to Talking Heads; he quotes Crosseyed and Painless somewhere in this book.
Nothing — unless you actually take it seriously. In effect, what Deleuze is doing is saying that Bacon is not “really” interested in bqcon he is clearly most interested in, then rhapsodizing over how well his own edited version of the work fits his own thesis! I suppose if I defined an apple as any sweet round fruit, then an orange would also be an apple. Who was Gilles Deleuze?
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