Deleuze and Art

2014.07.26 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Anne Sauvagnargues, Deleuze and Art, Samantha Bankston (tr.), Bloomsbury, 2013, 228pp., $120.00 (hbk), ISBN 9781441173805.
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2014.07.26 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Anne Sauvagnargues, Deleuze and Art, Samantha Bankston (tr.), Bloomsbury, 2013, 228pp., $120.00 (hbk), ISBN 9781441173805. Reviewed by Gary Genosko, University of Ontario Institute of Technology Art is an encounter and an occasion for experimentation, and for Anne Sauvagnargues Deleuze's thinking about art may be studied through the deployment of periodization. But this is neither mere chronology nor historical evolution; it is certainly not art history. Rather, it is a question of sketching challenges, itineraries, and conceptual transformations. It is like a "stretching exercise," Sauvagnargues suggests, in which periodization yields three plateaus or "states of variation" of the question of art within the non-static Deleuzian system of thought: the stage of literature, critique of interpretation and semioisis, and then the image, affect and percept (4). Periodization as a method is not subjected to a. . .

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