Session 3: Rancière political-aesthetics

First of all, sorry for the delay. My oven broke down in the middle of X-mas preparations. Ok, so I’ll keep it short and talk about what struck me about the text. I invite you all to complement this reading with passages that struck you the most! The distribution of the sensible in political-aesthetics by Rancière. ‘I […]

The Aesthetics of Truth

Dear Latourists, Yet another cozy conversation took place last week on the aesthetics of Rancière and Badiou. Prior to reading Badiou’s chapters in Being and Event, I tried to get some more context of his work and saw a lecture of his. Even though it was not about aesthetics, he did explain his very fundamental […]

Piece on art/criticism II

This post is the follow-up of the initial announcement where we called for contributions to produce a tangible piece aimed at exploring the intersection between the realm of the aesthetics and the political. I would kindly invite all of you who showed  interest on this initiative and continue to be as enthusiastic as we are […]

Film Sessions, KEVIN round #4

KEVIN is a series of film screenings and discussions organised by ArtScience students. We warmly invite you to take part in these evenings. Every film, artwork and philosophical theory is an attempt to grasp the world we live in. We are curious how KEVIN and the discussions on political-aesthetics and philosophy may complement one another. […]

New Emergences

For those of us based in The Netherlands, stayed tuned for and don’t miss New Emergences, a politics x aesthetics x philosophical investigation of gender in the context of current electronic music and its surroundings. The fifth edition of this series will take place on 13 December 19:00 – 22:30 in Amsterdam’s Splendour, featuring a lecture […]