Faceworld : the face in the twenty-first century / Marion Zilio ; translated by Robin Mackay.  (Text) (Text)

Zilio, Marion
Mackay, Robin (Philosopher)
Call no.: GN298 .Z55 2020Publication: Cambridge, UK ; Medford, MA : Polity Press, c2020Description: vii, 164 pNotes: Translation of: Faceworld : le visage au XXIe siecle.ISBN: 9781509537266 (paperback); 1509537260 (paperback); 9781509537259 (hardback); 1509537252 (hardback)Subject(s): Face -- Social aspectsFace perceptionFacial expressionLOC classification: GN298 | .Z55 2020
Contents:1.After the Face -- Chronicle of a Death Foretold? -- 2.The Invention of the Face -- The Optical Unconscious: Seeing Flows, Coding Faces -- Grammatization and Phenomenotechnical Synthesis -- The Face as Diagram -- The Proletarianization of the Face -- Trouble in Multiplicity -- 3.The Apparelled Face -- The Default of Origin -- An Artificial Organ -- The Ego-Technical Complement -- Masked Repetition -- The Narcosis of Narcissus -- 4.The Space of Appearances ̀The Spectacle of Politics The Face of the Collective: Relation or Rapport?' -- The Politics of Publicity -- The Mass Ornament -- From the Mass to the Multitudes -- 5.Critique of the Political Economy of Faces -- From the ̀Self to the Relational -- #Selfie: A Contemporary Readymade? -- The Cryptopornography of Care -- A New Distribution of the Sensible -- The Algorithmic Matrix: Ranking and Mapping of Faces -- 6.In the Flow -- Of Dissemination? -- Aesthetics of the Everyday and Becoming-World -- Pervasive Faces -- Couch-grass Politics, or the Ethics of the Chameleon -- The Thing's Share.
Summary: "We have long accepted the face as the most natural and self-evident thing, as if the face were the public manifestation of our inner being. Nothing could be further from the truth. Rather than a window opening onto our inner nature, the face has always been a technical artefact-a construction that owes as much to artificiality as to our genetic inheritance. From the origins of humanity to the triumph of the selfie, Marion Zilio charts the history of the technical, economic, political, legal, and artistic fabrication of the face. Her account of this history culminates in a radical new interrogation of what is too often denounced as our contemporary narcissism. In fact, argues Zilio, the "narcissism" of the selfie may well reconnect us to the deepest sources of the human manufacture of faces-a reconnection that would also be a chance for us to come to terms with the non-human part of ourselves"-- Provided by publisher.
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Translation of: Faceworld : le visage au XXIe siecle.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1.After the Face -- Chronicle of a Death Foretold? -- 2.The Invention of the Face -- The Optical Unconscious: Seeing Flows, Coding Faces -- Grammatization and Phenomenotechnical Synthesis -- The Face as Diagram -- The Proletarianization of the Face -- Trouble in Multiplicity -- 3.The Apparelled Face -- The Default of Origin -- An Artificial Organ -- The Ego-Technical Complement -- Masked Repetition -- The Narcosis of Narcissus -- 4.The Space of Appearances ̀The Spectacle of Politics The Face of the Collective: Relation or Rapport?' -- The Politics of Publicity -- The Mass Ornament -- From the Mass to the Multitudes -- 5.Critique of the Political Economy of Faces -- From the ̀Self to the Relational -- #Selfie: A Contemporary Readymade? -- The Cryptopornography of Care -- A New Distribution of the Sensible -- The Algorithmic Matrix: Ranking and Mapping of Faces -- 6.In the Flow -- Of Dissemination? -- Aesthetics of the Everyday and Becoming-World -- Pervasive Faces -- Couch-grass Politics, or the Ethics of the Chameleon -- The Thing's Share.

"We have long accepted the face as the most natural and self-evident thing, as if the face were the public manifestation of our inner being. Nothing could be further from the truth. Rather than a window opening onto our inner nature, the face has always been a technical artefact-a construction that owes as much to artificiality as to our genetic inheritance. From the origins of humanity to the triumph of the selfie, Marion Zilio charts the history of the technical, economic, political, legal, and artistic fabrication of the face. Her account of this history culminates in a radical new interrogation of what is too often denounced as our contemporary narcissism. In fact, argues Zilio, the "narcissism" of the selfie may well reconnect us to the deepest sources of the human manufacture of faces-a reconnection that would also be a chance for us to come to terms with the non-human part of ourselves"-- Provided by publisher.

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