Jacques Rancière
European Graduate School
In this interview philosopher Jacques Rancière looks again at his earlier work on cinema. The interview opens with some remarks on the meaning of cinephilia before moving on to a detailed discussion of the process of aesthetic and political transformation he calls ‘de-figuration’, a process which is central to his work on art and aesthetics. Later in the interview Rancière re-engages with films by directors Jean-Luc Godard and Chris Marker in the light of his more recent work on emancipated spectatorship.
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