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Filtering by Category: imagination

Music, Aesthetics & Making Sense


Can music make sense of the world or even transcend it? Philosopher and jazz musician Andrew Bowie talks to four by three about the connection between music, aesthetics, language and time with reference to Adorno and Heidegger, about the relationship between philosophy, arts and science, asking: why does art matter?

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Aesthetics, Immanuel Kant & Imagination


Does an artist perceive or invent his creation? And how does imagination relate to freedom, beauty and nature? Philosopher Paul Guyer talks to four by three about the relationship between aesthetics and ethics in the work of Immanuel Kant, Hegel's rejection thereof and Schopenhauer's positive conception of the aesthetic experience.

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Against Imagination


Does imagination create or distort our experience of the world? Oxford scholar Reidar Due turns to Spinoza, Deleuze and Kant, in order to establish imagination's relation to philosophy, the arts and science and ask: Does imagination liberate us or alienate us from reality, others and ourselves?

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Imaginative Resistance


Midcentury criticism of television’s manipulatory power foreshadowed our complex engagement with networked media today, which both facilitates and compromises our creative faculties. Victoria Mariel Paz looks at artist David Hall’s TV Interruptions in a new light and considers how imagination, stimulated by derivative consumer narratives, affects our desires, politics and cultural identity.

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Where is Paradise?


Where is paradise? In an attempt to find the answer, photographer Sara Yun dives into the depths of her being. She explores in this photo series the space between the here and there, reflecting on the world and its shadows, capturing the quotidian in a spellbinding contemplation.

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A Small Town


Is home a place, a condition or a feeling? Photographer Jesse Boyd Reid tells a visual narrative in this intimate photo series about his small home town in Australia, remembering what it was like, forgetting how it was and imagining what it could have been like.

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Xavier Dolan's Mommy


What is it that makes Xavier Dolan's Mommy, the latest work of one of cinema's youngest and most prolific directors, a contemporary masterpiece? Film critic Emilija Talijan explores how Dolan creates a film that lives and breathes, remembers and foreshadows and leaves you with an unforgettable experience.

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