Begrenzte ästhetische Freiheit als Ermöglicherin künstlerischen Handelns1

This entry is part 9 of 26 in the series Vol 6-2021

Abstract: Judith Siegmund’s contribution revolves around the possibility and necessity of a critical questioning of the aesthetically developed concept of freedom in the aesthetic attitude. It shows that in the case of art, such aesthetic freedom has been bought by separating the arts from other social fields, and suggests replacing the idea of separation with the idea of entanglement. The limitation of aesthetic freedom implied in this entanglement also affects questions of artistic action.

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