Alt Går Bra begins the third year of its Tout Va Bien series by presenting philosopher Jacques Rancière.
Rancière refers to artists as “those whose strategies intend to make the invisible visible or to question the self-evidence of the visible; to rupture given relations between things and meanings and, inversely, to invent novel relationships between things and meanings that were previously unrelated.”
Also known for his groundbreaking investigations into workers archives and pedagogy, Rancière is an indispensable thinker in contemporary aesthetics.
With the title “Shifting Borders: Art and Politics To-day”, the lecture was presented at Tout Va Bien, analyze the intersections between art and politics during these exciting times of political ruptures and consequent new beginnings.
Tout Va Bien is Alt Går Bra’s open research devoted to studying how art can contribute to the political.
Watch the Lecture below: