Let’s the Pictures Speak about Themself: Contribution of W.J.T. Mitchell on Philosophy of Image
Let the Pictures Speak about Themselves: Contribution of W.J.T. Mitchell on Philosophy of Image
Anastasia Jessica Adinda Susanti
E-LOGOS, 2020, vol. 2020, issue 2, 18-23
This research examines the contribution of W.J.T. Mitchell, especially on the philosophy of image. Image has been so long treated as an object. W.J.T. Mitchell located image as a subject that produced self-reflection, even capable to create a theory about themself. The contributions of Mitchell on philosophy of image are manifested on his concepts: pictorial turn, the distinction of image and picture, mixed media, meta-picture, and bio-picture.
Keywords: W.J.T. Mitchell; Picture; Image; Philosophy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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