Bakhtin, Embodiment and Moving Image Art
Chapter 3: Given and Created: Stan Douglas Subject To A Different Response
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Given and Created: Stan Douglas Subject To A Different Response
The very question of whether an event has occurred at all is already an act of interpretation. Bakhtin’s early emphasis on the distinction between “given” and “made” is useful here reminding us that an event is always a dialogue between both possibilities.
– Michael Holquist126
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