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Warren Neidich: Blow-Up: Photography, Cinema and the Brain

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In Blow-Up, a collection of essays that tackle aesthetics from the angle of neuroscience, Warren Neidich proposes a different and wholly original paradigm for thinking through cultural history and the philosophy of the human subject. Across the theoretical landscape that Neidich describes, even familiar monuments from the history of art, architecture, philosophy and aesthe ...more
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published October 2nd 2003 by D.A.P./Ucr/California Museum of Photography
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Aug 07, 2007 rebecca rated it liked it
reads more like repetitive artist's notes than a book of essays. which is okay i guess.
not enough science nor enough art. sometimes confusing explainations/diagrams, yet a few interesting points throughout. not the best not the worst. the title essay is the best just to read that.
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