Art in an Ethnographic Turn ? The researching encounter with the other in art Octagon: The Schinkel Pavilion Berlin

The Ethnographic Turn in the visual arts describes a practice in which artists approach other cultures or realities through their research and documentation activities.... more more


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from 28.05.2010

Neue Zürcher Zeitung 22.05.2010

Fifty years after its first publication, Laszlo F. Földenyi rereads Elias Canetti's book "Crowds and Power". Canetti's central question is most unpopular these days, Földenyi comments. "What is man? This was the same question that so fired Montaigne and Hobbes, Luis de Vives and Pico della ...

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