Scrutinizing studio art and its study: Historical relations and contemporary conditions

Journal of Aesthetic Education 44 (2):pp. 111-123 (2010)
Yet art is nevertheless an inquiry, precise and rigorous.The modern disciplines of art and art history have been going through significant revisions since the 1980s, when the objective domain of knowledge was placed in a contested position by the multiplicity of narratives characterizing postmodern social spaces. Whether there was or was not any disciplinary "crisis" at that time is not at issue here.1 What is of concern is to identify the ways the academy—and specifically the art academy—sought to respond by rethinking disciplinary knowledge and thereby problematizing traditional methodologies of scholarly inquiry. Through the academic privileging of aesthetics and scientific discourses, modern knowledge brought ..
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