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  • Authors: K Dictionaries Ltd;

    A general language Chinese to French dictionary.

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  • Authors: Escande, Yolaine; Liu, Johanna, 劉千美;

    International audience; The theme of this special issue is “Multiculturality, Materiality and Contemporary Art”. Multiculturality is a new concept in contemporary art and aesthetic research, following the established concepts of internationalism, transnationality, multiculturalism, hybridity and interculturality. The concept of multiculturality aims to highlight the various forms and manifestations of cultural pluralism that we all share in the contemporary context of globalisation. The question of multiculturality in contemporary art and aesthetics is above all different from Charles Taylor's view of multiculturalism as a political support of identity. The aesthetic significance of multiculturality in the work of an artist or artwork is that it seeks to transcend the limits of the monoculture presented by established civilisations and to set up the possibilities of cultural pluralism through its creation. Thus, multiculturality is distinct from questions of cultural identity or nationalism, and focuses on the scope of the artistic experience.Furthermore, in contemporary aesthetics, among the many artistic practices that address multiculturality, the aesthetic question of materiality has received attention, in particular, the anthropological interest in material culture. This is different from the materialist perspective of modern materialism. The significance of the materiality of a work of art is not only the materiality of the form of the artwork. The materiality of the object is not a fixed property of matter, but a process and a relationship. The materiality of the object is also different from the objective object of study of modern physics. Not only do different disciplines have different understandings and interpretations of the materiality of objects, but the materiality of objects is the basis of artistic creation in different cultural regions. The materiality of objects is also a rich source of information silently transmitted across different cultures, revealing by default the multiculturality of objects and artists.; Le thème de ce numéro spécial est « Multiculturalité, matérialité et art contemporain ». La multiculturalité est un nouveau concept dans l’art contemporain et la recherche esthétique, qui s’inscrit dans la lignée des concepts établis d’internationalisme, de transnationalité, de multiculturalisme, d’hybridité et d’interculturalité. Le concept de multiculturalité vise à mettre en évidence les diverses formes et manifestations du pluralisme culturel que nous partageons tous dans le contexte contemporain de la mondialisation. La question de la multiculturalité dans l’art et l’esthétique contemporains est avant tout différente de la vision de Charles Taylor du multiculturalisme en tant que support politique de l’identité. La signification esthétique de la multiculturalité dans le travail d’un artiste ou d’une œuvre d’art est qu’il cherche à transcender les limites de la monoculture présentée par les civilisations établies et à mettre en place les possibilités du pluralisme culturel à travers sa création. Ainsi, la multiculturalité se distingue des questions d’identité ou de nationalisme culturel, et se concentre sur la portée de l’expérience artistique.En outre, dans l’esthétique contemporaine, parmi les nombreuses pratiques artistiques qui abordent la multiculturalité, la question esthétique de la matérialité a retenu l’attention. Il s’agit en particulier de l’intérêt de l’anthropologie pour la culture matérielle. Ceci est différent de la perspective matérialiste du matérialisme moderne. La signification de la matérialité d’une œuvre d’art n’est pas seulement la matérialité de la forme de l’œuvre. La matérialité de l’objet n’est pas une propriété fixe de la matière, mais un processus et une relation. La matérialité de l’objet est également différente de l’objet d’étude objectif de la physique moderne. Non seulement les différentes disciplines ont des compréhensions et des interprétations différentes de la matérialité des objets, mais la matérialité des objets est la base de la création artistique dans différentes régions culturelles. La matérialité des objets est également une riche source d’informations transmises silencieusement à travers différentes cultures, révélant par défaut la multiculturalité des objets et des artistes.

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    Authors: Anderl, Christoph; Bingenheimer, Marcus; Chang, Po-yung; Lin, Ching-hui; +3 Authors
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  • Authors: Escande, Yolaine; Liu, Johanna, 劉千美;

    International audience; The theme of this special issue is “Multiculturality, Materiality and Contemporary Art”. Multiculturality is a new concept in contemporary art and aesthetic research, following the established concepts of internationalism, transnationality, multiculturalism, hybridity and interculturality. The concept of multiculturality aims to highlight the various forms and manifestations of cultural pluralism that we all share in the contemporary context of globalisation. The question of multiculturality in contemporary art and aesthetics is above all different from Charles Taylor's view of multiculturalism as a political support of identity. The aesthetic significance of multiculturality in the work of an artist or artwork is that it seeks to transcend the limits of the monoculture presented by established civilisations and to set up the possibilities of cultural pluralism through its creation. Thus, multiculturality is distinct from questions of cultural identity or nationalism, and focuses on the scope of the artistic experience.Furthermore, in contemporary aesthetics, among the many artistic practices that address multiculturality, the aesthetic question of materiality has received attention, in particular, the anthropological interest in material culture. This is different from the materialist perspective of modern materialism. The significance of the materiality of a work of art is not only the materiality of the form of the artwork. The materiality of the object is not a fixed property of matter, but a process and a relationship. The materiality of the object is also different from the objective object of study of modern physics. Not only do different disciplines have different understandings and interpretations of the materiality of objects, but the materiality of objects is the basis of artistic creation in different cultural regions. The materiality of objects is also a rich source of information silently transmitted across different cultures, revealing by default the multiculturality of objects and artists.; Le thème de ce numéro spécial est « Multiculturalité, matérialité et art contemporain ». La multiculturalité est un nouveau concept dans l’art contemporain et la recherche esthétique, qui s’inscrit dans la lignée des concepts établis d’internationalisme, de transnationalité, de multiculturalisme, d’hybridité et d’interculturalité. Le concept de multiculturalité vise à mettre en évidence les diverses formes et manifestations du pluralisme culturel que nous partageons tous dans le contexte contemporain de la mondialisation. La question de la multiculturalité dans l’art et l’esthétique contemporains est avant tout différente de la vision de Charles Taylor du multiculturalisme en tant que support politique de l’identité. La signification esthétique de la multiculturalité dans le travail d’un artiste ou d’une œuvre d’art est qu’il cherche à transcender les limites de la monoculture présentée par les civilisations établies et à mettre en place les possibilités du pluralisme culturel à travers sa création. Ainsi, la multiculturalité se distingue des questions d’identité ou de nationalisme culturel, et se concentre sur la portée de l’expérience artistique.En outre, dans l’esthétique contemporaine, parmi les nombreuses pratiques artistiques qui abordent la multiculturalité, la question esthétique de la matérialité a retenu l’attention. Il s’agit en particulier de l’intérêt de l’anthropologie pour la culture matérielle. Ceci est différent de la perspective matérialiste du matérialisme moderne. La signification de la matérialité d’une œuvre d’art n’est pas seulement la matérialité de la forme de l’œuvre. La matérialité de l’objet n’est pas une propriété fixe de la matière, mais un processus et une relation. La matérialité de l’objet est également différente de l’objet d’étude objectif de la physique moderne. Non seulement les différentes disciplines ont des compréhensions et des interprétations différentes de la matérialité des objets, mais la matérialité des objets est la base de la création artistique dans différentes régions culturelles. La matérialité des objets est également une riche source d’informations transmises silencieusement à travers différentes cultures, révélant par défaut la multiculturalité des objets et des artistes.

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    Authors: Anderl, Christoph; Bingenheimer, Marcus; Chang, Po-yung; Lin, Ching-hui; +3 Authors
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