Every image and every text has a certain acoustic dimension: images and texts address, call out to, and makes claim on others, the most elementary interpellation being that they should be looked at, read, and responded to at all.*

Yates McKee – ‘Eyes and Ears’: Aesthetics, Visual Culture, and the Claims of Nongovernmental Politics, in Nongovernmental Politics, Zone books, New York, 2007

* Nota: para ver el texto has que seleccionarlo

30. November 2010 by
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