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Navigation Beyond Vision

November 21, 2023 | Trade paperback
ISBN: 9783956795657
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Description

How the shift from montage to navigation alters the way images--and art--operate as models of political action and modes of political intervention.

Navigation begins where the map becomes indecipherable. Navigation operates on a plane of immanence in constant motion. Instead of framing or representing the world, the art of navigation continuously updates and adjusts multiple frames from viewpoints within and beyond the world. Navigation is thus an operational practice of synthesizing various orders of magnitude.

Only a few weeks prior to his untimely death in 2014, Harun Farocki briefly referred to navigation as a contemporary challenge to montage--editing distinct sections of film into a continuous sequence--as the dominant paradigm of techno-political visuality. For Farocki, the computer-animated, navigable images that constitute the twenty-first century's "ruling class of images" call for new tools of analysis, prompting him to ask: How does the shift from montage to navigation alter the way images--and art--operate as models of political action and modes of political intervention?

Navigation Beyond Vision originated in a conference organized by the Harun Farocki Institut (HaFI) and e-flux at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) in Berlin in 2019.

Contributors
James Bridle, Kodwo Eshun, Jennifer Gabrys, Tom Holert, Ramon Amaro and Murad Khan, Doreen Mende, Matteo Pasquinelli, Laura Lo Presti, Patricia Reed, Mariana Silva, Nikolay Smirnov, Oraib Toukan, Brian Kuan Wood

About this Author

e-flux is a publishing platform and archive, artist project, curatorial platform, and enterprise which was founded in 1998.

ISBN: 9783956795657
Format: Trade paperback
Series: STERNBERG PRESS / E-FLUX JOURN
Pages: 296
Publisher: MIT Press
Published: 2023-11-21

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