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Duchamp avec (et contre) LacanEssai de mutologie queer

Éric Alliez - Duchamp avec (et contre) Lacan
Philosopher Éric Alliez, in collaboration with art historian Jean-Claude Bonne, rethinks Marcel Duchamp's legacy in relation to contemporary art and the image, psychoanalysis and gender: pursuing Duchamp's love of wordplay and tracks his transformation into Rrose Sélavy, revelling in contradiction, unmaking sense and disrupting gender and genre, Alliez's "essay in mutology" gives us a queer Duchamp who defies all (psycho)analysis.
Close to Félix Guattari and Gilles Deleuze, who directed his doctorate, Éric Alliez is a professor in the philosophy department of Paris 8. He has led an international career that has taken him to teach in Rio de Janeiro (State University), Vienna (Academy), Karlsruhe (Hoschschule), and London (Middlesex, then Kingston), where he still teaches. He is the author of many major works of philosophy and multiple writings between art and philosophy.
published in October 2022
French edition
15 x 21 cm (softcover)
344 pages (ill.)
ISBN : 978-2-37896-265-4
EAN : 9782378962654
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