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Globalization on Speed: Capital, Culture, Cinema, and China - Prof David Li

CCW Graduate School on January 17, 2013 13:11

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Prof. David Li links the role of “visual culture” to globalisation’s manufacture of ephemerality. He argues for a counter narrative against the production of spectacle, to imagine a visual culture that might enable an aesthetics not of sensorial consumption but contemplation and preservation, so as to bring the growth of economy back to the root of ecological sanity, OIKAS, in Greek etymology.
TrAIN Research Centre and CCW Graduate School welcome Professor David Li as the 2013 Fulbright Distinguished Chair.
This lecture was recorded on 16th January 2013 at Camberwell College of Arts.

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