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Deleuze and Contemporary Art$

Stephen Zepke and Simon O'Sullivan

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780748638376

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748638376.001.0001

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(p.317) Index

(p.317) Index

Source:
Deleuze and Contemporary Art
Publisher:
Edinburgh University Press
Abstract expressionism, 65, 284n
abstract machine, 121, 165, 172, 204, 240
Adorno, T., 151–2n
aesthetic figure, 269, 272, 281
aesthetics, 196, 199
aesthetic regime, 279
aesthetics of contemporary art, 196
joke aesthetic, 185
political aesthetics, 53
aesthetic paradigm, 26, 91–2, 105, 106, 112
ethico-aesthetics, 204
affect, 19, 28, 91, 92, 106, 109, 115n, 116, 121, 123–4, 159, 197–9, 233, 267, 269–70, 277
affect-event, 202
affective assemblage, 199
affective force, 109, 243
joke-affect, 185
affection, 106
Agamban, G., 19, 30, 32, 33n, 44
Alliez, E., 81n, 165–6
Alt, C., 124
altermodernism, 95
analytical philosophy, 93
animal, 18–19, 22, 91, 210–13, 217, 223n, 250, 252, 255–7, 259, 272–3, 277
animal assemblage, 213
animal mother, 252–3, 255, 257
becoming-animal, 92
anti-globalization movement, 54, 62n
architecture, 229, 232, 295–6
architectural notation, 229
archive, 194
Arendt, H., 58
Aristotle, 22–3, 57
Arnheim, R., 272
Arns, I., 117
arse, 298
art history, 39, 47
assemblage, 23, 24, 25, 121, 187, 191, 210, 212, 268
animal assemblage, 213
affective assemblage, 199
cultural assemblage, 122
ethological assemblage, 125
sound assemblage, 242
trap assemblage, 210
autonomia operaia, 51–2, 55
autopoiesis, 70
avant-garde, 28, 63–4, 80n, 85, 90, 113, 157–8
avant-garde politics, 157
European avant-garde, 158
Bacon, F., 19, 22, 66–9, 72, 74–5, 79, 81n, 141, 160–1, 183
Badiou, A., 80n, 115n, 175n
Bakhtin, M., 54, 186
BANK, 169–72
Bartleby, 44–5
Bataille, G., 178–9
Baudrillard, J., 85, 87
becoming, 18, 19, 29, 32, 39, 52, 63, 64, 69, 133–9, 185, 197–8, 230, 237, 252, 261, 266
becoming-active, 70, 72
becoming-animal, 92, 134, 138, 247
(p.318) becoming-child, 186
becoming expressive, 237, 268
becoming human, 252, 255
becoming-Other, 185
becoming-sunflower, 134, 138, 140, 148
becoming-woman, 247, 253, 255, 261
becoming-x, 139, 142, 148
transversal becoming, 198
belief, 105–11, 114n
belief-habit, 111–12
belief-confidence, 112
Bene, C., 24
Bergson, H., 28, 92, 98n, 115n, 141, 201, 203
betrayal, 46
Beuys, J., 109, 222n
Biennale.py, 118–19
biopolitics, 33n, 162, 174
body without organs, 44, 69, 70, 144, 148, 162, 174, 261
Bonne, J.-C., 165
Bourriaud, N., 85, 87–8, 90–1, 94–5, 188n, 189, 193–4
postproduction, 87, 88, 94; see also Relational aesthetics
Bowery, L., 163
brain, 19, 68, 297
brain-eye, 299
Brazil, 36–7
military dictatorship, 36–8
Brown, E., 227–8, 244n
Bruegel, R., 95
Bughouse, 166–7, 169
Bürger, P., 63, 157
Cabanne, P., 92
Cage, J., 228, 229, 233, 244n, 267, 284n
camouflage, 120
capitalism, 18, 52, 54–6, 58, 59, 95, 194, 202, 261
capitalist democracy, 87
capitalist valorisation, 101, 102
cognitive capitalism, 59
contemporary capitalism, 101–3, 111
disciplinary capitalism, 101
Integrated World Capitalism, 86
neoliberalism, 50, 111
post-Fordist capitalism, 58
service capitalism, 89
total capitalism, 194
capture, 208–20; see also trap
carnival, 54–5, 186
Carroll, L., 217, 222n
catastrophe, 276
Cezanne, P., 67–8
chaos, 65, 233, 266–8, 276
chaosmosis, 92
choice, 102, 108, 110–11
cinema, 109, 201
time-image, 110
cliché, 68, 74, 76, 109
Clytemnestra, 249, 250, 258
code, 116–9, 121–3, 125, 128, 211
decoding, 122
executable code, 122–3
Colares, R., 41
colour, 34–7, 65, 68, 72, 76, 267–70
communism, 87
autonomia operaia, 52–3, 55
formal communism, 89, 95; see also Marx, K.
concept, 18, 44, 115n, 134–8, 142, 200
creation of, 44, 57
non-concept, 142
relational concept, 88
Universal concept, 134, 137, 142, 151n
Conceptual art, 38, 93, 115n, 189
ideological conceptual art, 38–9
Neo-Conceptualism, 164
Post-conceptual art, 189
conceptualism, 39–40, 191
consciousness, 70, 74, 107, 183, 252
pre-conscious, 246, 252
consensus, 85–6, 88
constituent power, 48, 55, 58
construction and expression, 63, 70, 76, 78, 92
contemporary, 63–4, 76, 80n, 91, 140, 189
(p.319) Contemporary art, 63–6, 68, 76–7, 79, 85, 88–90, 94–5, 104, 165, 179–80, 183, 184, 189, 193–5, 196–8, 200–6, 262
aesthetics of contemporary art, 196
contemporary art discourse, 178
content, 268
content and expression, 165, 306n
form and content, 268
Critchley, S., 188n
Cruise, T., 167
curator, 90
curator-as-artist, 90
cybernetics, 234–5
dephasing, 236–7
disadaptation, 236; see also information
cynicism, 111
Daedalus, 259
dance, 76, 78, 233, 239
death, 15, 21–3, 29–30, 32, 76, 258
de Certeau, M., 88, 93, 94, 98n
de Duve, T., 182
democracy, 50, 53, 91, 243
capitalist democracy, 87
cultural democracy, 94
direct democracy, 87
desire, 73, 91, 173, 185–6, 187
deterritorialisation, 25, 29, 43, 59, 121, 144, 160
absolute deterritorialisation, 25, 63; see also reterritorialisation, territory
diagram, 25, 74, 126, 159–65, 167, 169, 172–3, 211, 230
diagram of control, 118
diagram of forces, 36, 39
diagram of power, 118
diagrammatic configurations, 210
diagrammatic practices, 159, 173
difference, 90, 141–2
and repetition, 103, 194
creative difference, 119
disinterestedness, 205
disjunctive synthesis, 103
Documenta 12, 95
documentary film, 48, 60
Duchamp, M., 64, 80n, 90–2, 98n, 101–13, 183, 284n
anesthesia, 104, 110
creative act, 103, 104
infrathin, 103–4
duration, 92, 115n, 123, 158–9, 161, 166, 173, 175n
Echeverri, C., 15–17, 21, 23–5, 29
ecstacy, 107
Electra, 247, 249, 258
anti-Electra, 246, 258–9, 263
Electra complex, 247, 249, 250, 253, 258
Emin, T., 164
encounter, 211, 213–14, 219
enunciation, 23
Enwezor, O., 95
ETA, 50
ethology, 117, 120, 122, 124–6, 130
digital ethology, 119
software ethology, 123
event, 47, 55, 63, 92, 108, 115n, 116, 159, 177, 179, 183, 186, 201–2, 205, 266, 268
affect-event, 202
algorithmic event, 123
incorporeal event, 119–20, 128
joke-Event, 183
sense-Event, 177
sign event, 230
sound event, 230, 232
exodus, 43, 53, 55, 57–8, 95
exogamy, 250, 257
Expósito, M., 43, 48, 50–4, 58–9, 61n
fabulation, 28–9, 203
faith, 107
fashion, 163
feedback, 234
feminism, 255, 261
feminist humanism, 255–7
figure, 161
figuration, 19, 160–2, 190
Fitzgerald, S., 168–9
flesh, 74
force, 21–3, 29, 66, 68, 70–2, 74, 76, 79, 85, 106–10, 116, 161, 163, 164–5, 169, 173, 266–7, 272, 278–81, 283, 301
active force, 70, 72–4, 78–79, 81n
affective force, 109, 243
affirmative force, 21
diagram of forces, 36, 39
(p.320) ethical force, 107
field of forces, 36–7, 185, 235, 272, 283
force-sensation, 70
force of habit, 111
forces of chaos, 147, 280
forces of darkness, 30
forces of life, 90
genetic forces, 110
impersonal forces, 109
invisible forces, 25, 30, 66, 122, 266
material-forces, 25, 65
non-human forces, 116
non-organic forces, 109
painting force, 278
reactive forces, 70, 76, 79, 81n
social forces, 76, 79
transmutational forces, 120
visual forces, 26
world-forces, 42
Fordism, 58
post-Fordism, 58–9, 87, 90
form, 24–5, 161, 235, 239, 268
Foster, H., 95
Foucault, M., 24, 104, 105, 113, 138, 142, 145, 152n, 153n, 164–5, 168–9, 173–4
governmentality, 51
Franco, 50–1
Frazer, J., 264n
Freud, S., 56, 177, 183–5, 246, 255, 257
Fricek, A., 66–79, 81n
Fried, M., 63
Fromanger, G., 75–6, 81n
Fuller, M., 117, 120, 129
future, 21, 63, 73, 76, 78, 108–9, 189, 200, 204–5
geophilosophy, 18
Gestalt theory, 235
Gillick, L., 179–80
globalisation, 101
Google-Will-Eat-Itself, 117–18, 123, 125, 128
Gould, G., 44, 59
Greenberg, C., 64–5, 180
Groys, B., 222
Guevara, C., 41
habit, 110, 210
belief-habit, 111–12
Haider, J., 86
Haraway, D., 222n
Hardt, M., 53
haptic, 160, 161
Heartfield, J., 270
Hegel, G. W. F., 134–8, 144, 146, 150–1n
dialectic, 135–8, 140, 150–1n
negation, 134, 136–8, 140
Universal concept, 134, 137, 140, 151n
Heidegger, M., 134, 141, 144–7, 153–4n, 284n
technology, 145–7, 154n
world picture, 146–7
Hirst, D., 187
Hjelmslev, L., 24, 25
Höch, H., 270–1
Hockney, D., 269, 278–81, 285n
Hollier, D., 157–8
horror, 20–2
human, 16–19, 22, 250–3, 255, 259, 261, 263, 277–8
becoming human, 252, 255
nonhuman, 250–2, 255, 257
pre-human, 253, 255
trans-human, 252, 257
humanism, 78, 277
feminist humanism, 255–7
humour, 128, 164, 176–87, 208–9, 217–18
comedy, 178, 183–4, 186
humourous aesthetics, 182
laughter, 184
logic of humour, 217; see also irony, joke
Idealism, 135
immanence, 107, 143, 152n, 174
immanent critique, 65, 69, 76, 79, 126
immanent transgression, 55
immanent utopia, 200
plane of immanence, 48, 142–3
(p.321) immaterial labour, 102
improvisation, 228
individuation, 65, 69–70, 120, 198, 236–7
collective individuation, 185, 237
imperceptibility, 116–21, 126
information, 75, 81n, 116, 227–8, 234–7, 239, 242
cybernetics, 234–5
disadaptation, 236
feedback, 234
information society, 126
information theory, 234
institutional critique, 37–8, 63, 68, 69, 72, 74, 79, 197, 223n
Nietzschean institutional critique, 73, 74
intellectual labour, 101
intensity, 116, 144, 236
intensive encounters, 159, 161
interface, 121
invisibility, 108, 119; see also invisible forces
irony, 178–9, 184–6, 217, 223n; see also humour
Jackson, G., 45
James, W., 107–9, 114n
Jaromil, 129
Jodi, 118
joke, 56–7, 117, 179, 183–6
joke aesthetic, 185
joke affect, 185
joke-event, 183; see also humour
Jordon, J., 55
Julien, F., 81n
Kafka, F., 28, 29, 222n
Kandinsky, W., 237
Kant, I., 65, 69, 191, 196
sublime, 65, 69
Kaprow, A., 194
Kippenberger, M., 180–3, 185
Klee, P., 19, 25, 29
Kusama, Y., 162, 174
labour, 103–5
Lacan, J., 93, 98n
Lambie, J., 190, 192
language, 28, 55–8, 92–3, 103, 105, 128–30, 140, 166, 200, 203, 304–5n
language art, 93
order-word, 128–30, 200
Leibniz, G. W., 141
Levi, P., 18, 19
lines of flight, 43–8, 50–2, 55, 59, 174, 261
fleeing, 43–8, 52, 54–5, 57–8
Logothetis, A., 227–35, 237–43, 244n
Lucas, S., 164
Lyotard, J.-F., 95, 191, 200
machine, 235, 259
macropolitics, 39–41
Maffesoli, M., 88
Mallarmé, S., 29
Manet, É., 72
Marx, K., 55, 94, 98n, 101, 150n; see also communism
mass-media, 75, 198, 202
Massumi, B., 120
Matisse, H., 81n, 165, 268–9
Matta-Clark, G., 97n, 223n
Meireles, C., 35–42
Melville, H., 44
memory, 48, 51, 73, 78, 246
micropolitics, 38–41, 51, 88–9, 118, 125
micropolitics of disfunctionality, 118
micropolitics of intersubjectivity, 89
minor art, 128, 163
minor literature, 200
Mitchell, W. J. T., 266
Modern art, 90, 104, 166, 187, 194
modernism, 65, 95, 194
modern age, 146
modern impulse, 194
modernity, 91, 95, 194
modulation, 25, 120
Mondrian, P., 72
mother, 249–50, 252–3, 255–9, 262, 265n
animal mother, 252–3, 255, 257
castrated mother, 255
matrilineal society, 250
mother-hatred, 249, 258
motherness, 250–3
primal Mother, 246, 257
multitude, 46, 56, 87
(p.322) minimalism, 166, 175n
music, 227–43
architectural notation, 229
musical notation, 227–32, 237, 239, 242–3, 244n
musical performance, 231–4, 239, 241–2
pentagrammatic notation, 228, 230, 235, 237, 245n
polymorphic music, 239
mutation, 125–6, 169, 288–9, 306n
haematological mutation, 306n
mutant statement, 173
mythopoesis, 203–4
Negri, A., 16, 18, 51, 55, 56, 59, 92, 202
neoliberalism, 50, 111
network culture, 119, 122, 126
Nietzsche, F., 69–70, 72, 74, 78–9, 81n, 141
nomad, 46
nomad artist, 95
nomadism, 52, 56, 95
nomadology, 44
non-art, 103, 113, 194
Oehlen, A., 181
Oiticica, H., 28
order-word, 128–30, 200
outside, 140–1
O’Sullivan, S., 128
Owens, C., 189, 192–3
painting, 64–81, 92, 102, 113, 160–1, 165, 167, 186–7, 190, 267–83
contemporary painting, 66, 68, 75
portrait, 161
post-conceptual painting, 66; see also colour
partial object, 204–5
Pasiphae, 259
Penderecki, K., 21
people, 16, 18, 22, 28–9, 32, 63, 85
new people, 63
people to come, 29, 158
percept, 166, 267, 277
Performance art, 202
phallus, 92
photography, 74–6, 78–9, 81n, 270
photomontage, 270–1
plane of composition, 25, 93, 267–72, 275–7, 281
plane of consistency, 45
plane of immanence, 48, 142–3; see also immanence
plane of material, 267, 277, 281
play, 101, 164, 262
Plotinsky, A., 270, 277
poetics, 37–8, 40–2, 54, 117, 145, 147, 305n
poetics of code, 129
poetics of potentiality, 117, 120, 123
politics, 16, 37–8, 40–2, 54, 56, 59, 64, 68–9, 72, 74, 86, 89, 100, 107, 112, 113, 120, 130, 152n, 187, 190, 194–5, 199–201
anti-globalization movement, 54, 62n
avant-garde politics, 157
biopolitics, 33n, 162, 174
political activism, 68
political aesthetics, 53
political art, 194–5, 200
political economy, 88
political practice, 54, 59
politics of aesthetics, 100
politics of being, 92
politics of forms, 91
politics of software, 117
radical politics, 202
Reclaim the Streets, 53–4, 59
thanatopolitics, 16, 22, 30; see also communism, democracy
populism, 85–7
market populism, 87
populist subject, 86
post-colonialism, 95
post-Fordism, 58–9, 87, 90
postmodernism, 88–9, 92, 93, 95, 176, 179, 188n, 192–3, 194
critical postmodernism, 157
post-postmodernism, 193
postproduction, 87, 88, 94; see also Bourriaud, N., Relational aesthetics
pre-Oedipal, 246, 249–50, 252, 257, 259, 262; see also Mother
Proust, M., 28
psychoanalysis, 246, 250
castration, 246
(p.323) feminist psychoanalysis, 246
partial object, 204–5
phallus, 92
pre-conscious, 246
pre-Oedipal, 246, 249–50, 252, 257, 259, 262
regression, 247
symbolic order, 252; see also Freud, Lacan
Rancière, J., 89, 100–1, 104, 105
distribution of the sensible, 100–1, 105
readymade, 26, 28, 80n, 85, 91, 93, 101–4, 106, 108, 110–11, 270, 284n; see also Duchamp, M.
real, 45, 108, 119, 186, 204
reciprocal presupposition, 28–9
Reclaim the Streets, 53–4, 59
refrain, 134, 147–8, 185
Relational aesthetics, 85–99, 179, 186
relationality, 120–2, 124
religion, 107–8
representation, 19, 22–3, 39, 46, 50, 65, 72, 74, 78, 116, 140, 145
crisis of representation, 194
critique of representation, 194
reterritorialisation, 29, 59; see also deterritorialisation, territory
rhizome, 108, 122, 134, 143
rhythm, 66, 147, 240
romanticism, 92
root logic, 139–40
Rosenberg, H., 80n
Rossiter, N., 122–3
Rothschild, E., 190, 192
Ruyer, R., 242
sabotage, 117
sacrifice, 258
Sans, J., 85, 87, 90
schizoanalysis, 199, 259
schizogamy, 246, 252–8
schizophrenia, 90
schizosoma, 258–9
schizosomatic art, 258–63
Schmidt, K., 57
Schneeman, C., 194
sculpture, 258–9, 262
sense, 135, 177
non-sense, 177
sense-Event, 177
sensation, 18, 19, 21, 22, 25–6, 29, 39, 63–79, 91, 93, 108, 115n, 116, 267, 271–2, 275, 277–83, 291–2
bloc of sensation, 267, 271, 276, 280
critical sensation, 70, 72
logic of sensation, 66, 74–5, 79, 159–60, 163, 167
sensational, 22
sensory-motor, 108–9
shame, 16, 18–19, 32
Sierra, S., 97n
sign, 227, 229–33, 237, 239–40, 242, 303n, 306n, 307n
dividual sign, 230
sign events, 230; see also language, signifier, statement
signifier, 26, 28, 29, 86, 92, 140, 180, 189, 261
a-signifying rupture, 110, 160
asignifying trait, 162
semionauts, 193
signification, 179, 182, 190, 193
signifier enthusiast, 190
signifying semiotics, 104
Simmel, G., 187
Simondon, G, 117, 125, 234–7, 239–40, 242
singularity, 47, 120, 126, 143, 283
Slominski, A., 209, 211–12, 214–19, 222n
smooth space, 44, 94
society of control, 89
society of security, 105
software, 118–26, 128–30
software art, 116–20, 122–3, 125–6, 129–30
software culture, 124–5, 128
sound, 227–35, 239, 242, 289
noise, 234–5, 239, 245n
sound assemblage, 242
sound event, 230, 232
space, 166
spectacle, 158–9
speech acts, 23–4, 29–30
(p.324) Spinoza, B., 92, 117, 123, 126, 141, 175n, 197, 199
common notion, 197–8
statement, 168–70
mutant statement, 173
Straub and Huillet, 15, 23, 28
Steinbach, H., 176–7, 180
striated space, 46
stuttering, 28, 46, 129, 200
subjection, 111–12
subjectivation, 40, 43, 47, 101, 105, 109–10, 113, 303n
subjectivity, 37, 67, 104–6, 109, 112, 113, 120, 205
emergent subjectivity, 112
intersubjectivity, 88, 89, 90
material subjectivity, 109
production of sibjectivity, 101, 105–6, 111, 113, 192, 199, 204
spiritual subjectivity, 109; see also subjectivation
sublime, 65, 69
suffering, 28–30, 32
Sweeney, J. J., 91
Tarde, G., 107–8
taste, 106–7, 110, 112
technology, 145–7, 154n, 258, 262
territory, 210–14, 216, 271–3, 276
testimony, 30, 32
The Amazon Noir, 126
The Children of !WOWWOW!, 112–13
thermodynamics, 235
time, 103, 113, 115n, 123, 167, 194, 232–3, 296
art of time, 113
time-image, 110; see also duration
Tirivanija, R., 97n
Tompkins, S., 202
tool, 210
Toscano, A., 80n, 237
totemism, 246, 249–50, 252, 255, 257, 264n
Toynbee, A., 47
trap, 208–20, 221n; see also capture
traitor, 46
traitor object, 200
traitor prophet, 200
translation, 116, 126
transversality, 38, 89
transversal becoming, 198
Troncy, E., 85
Tudor, D., 267
utopia, 28, 200
immanent utopia, 200
micro-utopia, 89, 97n
Van Gogh, V., 133, 140
vibration, 26
victim, 22, 32
violence, 19, 21–2
Virno, P., 44, 55–8, 62n, 183, 244n; see also virtuosity
virtual, 108, 110, 119–20, 123, 125, 159, 200–1, 268
virtual archeologies, 308n
virtuosity, 56, 58–9, 102, 292
virus, 124, 129
visible, 25–6, 28
visible and sayable, 39
vision, 72, 75, 299–300
haptic vision, 72
vitalism, 19
von Uexcüll, 123, 125
war machine, 18
Warhol, A., 177–8
weapon, 45, 47–8, 59, 214
web stalker alternative browser, 120, 123
Wilkes, C., 190–2, 194–5, 201
witness, 30, 32, 290
Wittgenstein, L., 57
Wood, A., 280
Wool, C., 180
Zepke, S., 26, 28