Georges Didi-Huberman

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The complex architectures of the new “memory palaces”, from libraries, archives and museums to the IT structures, databases and server farms that feed the flow of data on the network. The transitional situation that we are experiencing, which brings together a book culture with a culture of the screen, is gradually shifting us from a graphic reason to a computational one. In the same way that writing has made it possible to generate a particular mode of thought, where lists, tables and formulas have played a primordial role in the modeling of knowledge. With digital technology, other systems of knowledge ...
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Georges Didi-Huberman is a lecturer at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences in Paris. He is the author of more than 30 books on the history and theory of images, including L’Image survivante. Histoire de l’art et temps des fantômes selon Aby Warburg (2002), Gestes d’air et de pierre. Corps, parole, souffle, image (2005), Ex-voto: image, organe, temps (2006), La Ressemblance par contact (2008), Survivance des lucioles (2009) and L’Œil de l’histoire (2010). As part of the Writing art history. Dialogues in the present continuous conference held for the Igor Zabel Award for Culture and Theory 2010, Didi-Huberman ...

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