[Foucault-L] Aesthetics and Power

Hello again. It's been a while, but I was wondering if anyone knows if
Foucault wrote anything on the relation between aesthics and power? I am
writing a review on 'The Political Life of Sensation' by Panagia and it
would be a great help if I could add some more depth to my theory with
'sweet pea's' help. I understand aesthetics to be a broader conceptual
apparatus, that depending on the relation to which, we construct our
relationship towards the world through consciousness's interpretation of
it (i.e. representation). So, the work doesn't have to necessarily revolve
around the traditional conception of art, but if we could find something
that plays with it a bit would be absolutely brilliant.



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