視ることの考古学:フーコーとニーチェの視覚文化論<br>Archaeologies of Vision : Foucault and Nietzsche on Seeing and Saying

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視ることの考古学:フーコーとニーチェの視覚文化論
Archaeologies of Vision : Foucault and Nietzsche on Seeing and Saying

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Explores the whole range of Fousault's writings on visual art, including the theory of visual resistance, the concept of the phantasm or simulacrum, and his interrogation of the relation of painting, language, and power in artists from Bosch to Warhol.

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While many acknowledge that Friedrich Nietzsche and Michel Foucault have redefined our notions of time and history, few recognize the crucial role that "the infinite relation" between seeing and saying (as Foucault put it) plays in their work. Gary Shapiro reveals, for the first time, the full extent of Nietzsche and Foucault's concern with the visual. Shapiro explores the whole range of Foucault's writings on visual art, including the theory of visual resistance, the concept of the phantasm or simulacrum, and his interrogation of the relation of painting, language and power in artists from Bosch to Warhol. Shapiro also shows through an excavation of little-known writings that the visual is a major them in Nietzsche's thought. In addition to explaining the significance of Nietzsche's analysis of Raphael, Durer and Claude Lorrain, he examines the philosopher's understanding of the visual dimension of Greek theatre and Wagnerian opera and offers a powerful new reading of "Thus Spoke Zarathustra". "Archaeologies of Vision" should be a valuable work for all scholars of visual culture as well as for those engaged with continental philosophy.

Table of Contents

        List of Illustrations                      ix
Preface xiii
References and Abbreviations xix
Introduction: The Abyss of Vision 1 (1)
Iconoclasm and Indoctrination: The Taliban 1 (5)
and the Teletubbies
Denigrating or Analyzing Vision? 6 (6)
Foucault as Illustrator: The Case of Frans 12 (7)
Hals
Nietzsche's Story of the Eye 19 (7)
Realism: Reading from Left to Right 26 (4)
Hidden Images: Before the Age of Art 30 (6)
Nietzsche and Heidegger on Visual History 36 (3)
one Between Sun and Cyclops: Nietzsche at the 39 (30)
Dresden Gallery
Eye Trouble 39 (2)
Glances of the Golden Age 41 (9)
Deconstructing the Video 50 (4)
``Claude Lorraine-like Raptures and Tears'' 54 (4)
Nietzsche and the Time of the Museum 58 (3)
A Tour of the Dresden Gallery 61 (8)
two Nietzsche's Laocoon: Crossings of 69 (18)
Painting and Poetry
Aesthetics: Nietzsche contra Lessing 69 (2)
Modernism and Its Discontents: Nietzsche 71 (3)
after Greenberg
Images, Words, and Music 74 (3)
The Silence of Saint Cecilia 77 (5)
The Birth of The Birth of Tragedy 82 (5)
three ``This Is Not a Christ'': Art in The 87 (40)
Birth of Tragedy
Transfiguring the Transfiguration 87 (14)
Floating and Shining 101 (5)
Double-Coding the Sistine Madonna 106 (6)
The Death of (Metaphysical) Art 112 (6)
The Knight, Death, and the Devil 118 (6)
Nietzsche and the Little Black Dress: All 124 (3)
the Costumes of History
four Ubersehen: Architecture and Excess in 127 (30)
the Theater of Dionysus
Optical Illusions 127 (3)
Aesthetics of Presence 130 (5)
Double Vision: Seeing like an Athenian 135 (5)
The Theatrical Dispositif 140 (3)
Perspectivism and Cyclops Vision 143 (5)
Postclassical Framing 148 (2)
Nietzsche in Bayreuth 150 (7)
five In the Twinkling of an Eye: Zarathustra 157 (36)
on the Gaze and the Glance
The Optics of Value 157 (3)
The Question of the Augenblick 160 (3)
The Evil Eye and Its Radiant Other 163 (8)
Zarathustra's Interpretation of Dreams 171 (3)
Vertigo 174 (7)
The Nausea of Vision 181 (3)
Recurrence as Medusa's Head 184 (3)
High Noon: Hyphenating the Augen-Blick 187 (6)
six Foucault's Story of the Eye: Madness, 193 (24)
Dreams, Literature
Painting and Pleasure: What Do Philosophers 193 (2)
Dream Of?
The Difficulty of Silence 195 (4)
Bataille's Deconstruction of the Eye 199 (2)
Return of the Phantasm: Dream Vision 201 (6)
Temptations: Bosch and Other Visionaries 207 (6)
Fantasia of the Library: The Birth of 213 (4)
Literature out of the Spirit of Painting
seven Critique of Impure Phenomenology 217 (28)
Merleau-Ponty's Evasion of Nietzsche: 217 (8)
Misreading Malraux
Cezanne or Velazquez: What Is an Artist? 225 (5)
The Painter as Phenomenologist 230 (4)
The Visible and the Invisible 234 (3)
The Mirror of the Sovereign 237 (4)
``Enslaved Sovereign, Observed Spectator'' 241 (4)
eight Seeing and Saying: Foucault's Ekphrasis 245 (20)
of Las Meninas
What's in a Name? 245 (2)
Ekphrasis 247 (3)
Construction of the ``We'' 250 (6)
The Vanishing Subject of Vision 256 (9)
nine Toward an Archaeology of Painting 265 (20)
Archaeology and Genealogy of the Visible 265 (5)
From Renaissance Similitude to Postmodern 270 (5)
Simulacrum
Klee, Kandinsky, Magritte 275 (4)
Archaeology without the Episteme? 279 (6)
ten Visual Regimes and Visual Resistance: 285 (40)
From the Panopticon to Manet's Bar
Nietzsche and the Theater of Cruelty 285 (6)
Foucault's Scenarios 291 (2)
Bentham and Plato as Philosopher-Architects 293 (1)
Panopticon 294 (7)
The Visual State 301 (1)
Shutters and Mirrors: Manet Closes the 302 (15)
Panopticon Window
Wanderers and Shadows 317 (3)
The Prison of the Gallery and the Force of 320 (5)
Flight
eleven Pipe Dreams: Recurrence of the 325 (22)
Simulacrum in Klossowski, Deleuze, and
Magritte
Simulacra, or Floating Images 325 (6)
Diana at Her Bath: Theophany as Vision and 331 (3)
Text
Vicious Circles 334 (3)
Deja Vu: Recurrence of the Image, Once More 337 (3)
Epistemology at the Blackboard 340 (2)
Resemblance and Similitude 342 (5)
twelve The Phantasm in the Age of Mechanical 347 (48)
Reproduction
Warhol and His Doubles: One Brillo Box or 347 (4)
Many?
Hegelian Themes: On the Comedy of Art and 351 (4)
Its Death
Stupidity and the ``Eternal Phantasm'' 355 (3)
Pop without a Patriarch: Deleuze, 358 (7)
Difference, and Warhol
Photogenic Painting: The Frenzy of the 365 (10)
Circulating Image
What Do Photographers Dream Of? Duane 375 (15)
Michals and the Uses of Pleasure
Retrospective 390 (5)
Notes 395 (34)
Index 429