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Jacques Rancière, renowned philosopher, and Emeritus Professor, University of Paris VIII, whose most recent publication, The Politics of Aesthetics, has won critical acclaim, discussed aesthetics and politics with Brian Dillon, writer, art critic and frieze columnist. If art is political, what is its constituency? How have modern and contemporary art addressed the idea of a people? How has the relationship between aesthetics and democracy been reconfigured?
Jacques Rancière (Philosopher and Emeritus Professor, University of Paris VIII)
Brian Dillon (Writer, Art Critic and frieze Columnist)
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