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Cyrille Bret - Cynanthropie
This book takes the domestic dog as an affective standard, a practical horizon and an index of a moral economy specific to the capitalocene.
Cyrille Bret (born 1977) is a professor of art history at HEAR, Strasbourg. He has been working on event-based art forms since 1959, notably on Fluxus and the work of George Brecht. His historical approach is nourished by anthropology and the sciences of cognition. His research focuses mainly on forms of aesthetic rationality, the ontological pluralism of artworks, and questions of artistic globalization. He is also a poet and/or performer, and has been a member of the journal BoXoN (Lyon) since 1998.
Edited by Laurent Cauwet.
published in June 2024
French edition
13 x 17 cm (softcover)
48 pages
ISBN : 978-2-37896-513-6
EAN : 9782378965136
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