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Dieter Mersch: Artistic Composition as Research
Artistic Composition as Research
(S. 226 – 265)

Dieter Mersch

Artistic Composition as Research

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  • Ästhetik
  • Architektur
  • Künstlerische Praxis
  • Denkt Kunst
  • Architekturtheorie

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Dieter Mersch

Dieter Mersch

hat eine Professur für Ästhetik an der Zürcher Hochschule der Künste und ist Präsident der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ästhetik. Studium der Mathematik und Philosophie in Köln, Bochum und Darmstadt. Mitherausgeber des Internationalen Jahrbuchs für Medienphilosophie. Arbeitsschwerpunkte: Philosophische Ästhetik, Kunsttheorie, Medienphilosophie, Bildtheorie, Musikphilosophie und kontinentale Philosophie des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts.

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Alex Arteaga (Hg.): Architectures of Embodiment

This book was originated within the research environment Architecture of Embodiment, which inquires into architecture from an enactivist perspective and through aesthetic practices. This research environment does not primarily aim to formulate answers to its main research question—how does architecture condition the emergence of sense?—but to provide the adequate conceptual, methodological, and communicative conditions to address it. Ultimately, it aims to destabilize its objects of research in order to disclose new intelligibilities of the issues under inquiry. In this sense, Architecture of Embodiment intends to fulfil a fundamental cognitive function of research through aesthetic practices. The pluralized word “architectures” in the title of this book refers to conceptual rather than material constructions relating to fundamental aspects of architecture and research.

 

Architectures of Embodiment is a constellation of coexisting autonomous artifacts: texts by Alex Arteaga, Mika Elo, Ana García Varas, Lidia Gasperoni, Jonathan Hale, Susanne Hauser, Dieter Mersch and Gerard Vilar in dialogue with one another through comments and comments on the comments. It is conceived as a dialogical research dispositive: an invitation to participate in an open ended process of research within a growing ecology of research practices.