Dec 05, 2022
Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Science
Posted by Lorraine Daston

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  • Title: Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Science
  • Author: Lorraine Daston
  • ISBN: 9781890951436
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Hardcover
[PDF] Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Science | by Þ Lorraine Daston, Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Science, Lorraine Daston, Things That Talk Object Lessons from Art and Science Imagine a world without things There would be nothing to describe nothing to explain remark interpret or complain about Without things we would stop speaking we would become as mute as things are alleged to be In nine original essays internationally renowned historians of art and of science seek to understand how objects become charged wi

[PDF] Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Science | by Þ Lorraine Daston - Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Science, Things That Talk Object Lessons from Art and Science Imagine a world without things There would be nothing to describe nothing to explain remark interpret or complain about Without things we would stop speaking we would become as mute as things are

Elizabeth

This book has such a compelling title, and is actually beautifully put together the illustrations, including series of color plates in the middle, attest to a fair amount of willingness on the part of MIT Press to spend money on the volume And, of course, a book about things deserves to have pictures of those things, not just prose describing them So, kudos for that Unfortunately, however, the prose that does describe the pictures was a disappointment The introduction leaves the reader with so m [...]


Andee Nero

I liked that there were a lot of images of the objects, but thought there were a lot of instances where things should have been color when they were BW or vice versa.I think this was an interesting idea for a book also, but the essays were so short The essays also felt a bit disconnected, although they started to pick up steam in the second half, starting with Joel Snyder s inquiry into film and photographic evidence Throughout the book, however, there were really fantastic instances of material [...]


Kristi

This book was beautiful produced with plentiful illustration and printed on high quality paper However, the content of the book disappointed my expectations Many of the essays were histories centered around a thing, rather than illuminated through things I enjoyed most the essays on bubbles and Harvard s glass flowers.


Jeff

Contains some really good essays about how things carry meaning.



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