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Publisher: MIT Press
Binding: Trade Cloth
Size: 8.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
In The Museological Unconscious,Victor Tupitsyn views the history of Russian contemporary art through a distinctly Russian lens, a "communal optic" that registers the influence of such characteristically Russian phenomena as communal living, communal perception, and communal speech practices. This way of looking at the subject allows him to gather together a range of artists and art movementsfrom socialist realism to its "dangerous supplement," sots art, and from alternative photography to feminismas if they were tenants in a large Moscow apartment. Describing the notion of "communal optics," Tupitsyn argues that socialist realism does not work without communal perceptionwhich, as he notes, More...
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