Arts and Politics: What Has Ontology to Do With It ?
Keywords:social ontology, contemporary art theories, artistic activism, art's autonomy
Introduction to the issue Arts, Ontology and Politics. This text gives a survey of the articles included in the special issue Arts, Ontology and Politics and of the challenges that these articles have to deal with in approaching the central them.
References are made to Arendt, Aristotle, Bourriaud, Butler, Dewey, Foucault, Kristeva, Nancy, Rancière, Steyerl.
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