Artistic Image / Scientific Imagination: Questions of the Political
If representations as items of knowledge are always “after the fact”, estranged from the march of time, how might these mediations articulate an emancipatory future? How do artistic and scientific images land in the political today - as knowledge, as destabilizations, as projects, as diagrams; as relativities or as a temporalities? If reality is incomplete and inconsistent, offering no pre-existing yardstick for image constructions to be measured against, then what forms of mediations are valued over others, and how is this measured and understood? What role, if any, does self-conception as a form of representation obtain for art, science and politics?
Ida Soulard avec Thomas Moynihan, Anna Longo et Daniel Sacilotto