Picturing Science, Producing Art

Picturing Science, Producing Art

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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415919128
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 06/11/1998
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 608
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.07(d)

About the Author

Caroline A. Jones teaches contemporary art and criticism and directs the Museum Studies Program in the Art History Department at Boston University. Her most recent exhibition is Painting Machines (1997), and her books include Machine in the Studio (1996). Peter Galison is Mallinckrodt Professor of the History of Science and of Physics at Harvard University. He is a recent recipient of a MacArthur Foundation grant; his most recent publication is Image and Logic (1997), and he is co-author of a forthcoming of a forthcoming book, Images of Objectivity.

Table of Contents


Caroline A. Jones - Introduction


Carlo Ginzburg - Style as Inclusion, Style as Exclusion

Irene J. Winter - The Affective Properties of Styles: An Inquiry into Analytical Process and the Inscription of

Meaning in Art History

Amy Slaton - Style/Type/Standard: The Production of Technological Resemblance


Arnold Davidson - Miracles of Bodily Transformation, or, HOw St. Francis Recieved the Stigmata

Londa Schiebinger -

Lost Knowledge, Bodies of Ignorance, and the Poverty of Taxonomy as Illustrated by the Curious Fate of Flos Pavonis, an Abortifacient

Caroline A. Jones - The Sex of the Machine: Mechanomorphic Art, New Women, and Francis Picabia's Neurasthenic Cure

Donna J. Haraway - Deanimations: Maps and Portraits of Life Itself


Krzysztof Pomian - Vision and Cognition

Lorraine Daston - Nature by Design

Katharine Park - Impressed Images:Reproducing Wonders

David Freedberg - Iconography Between the History of Art and the History of Science: Art, Science, and the Case of the Urban Bee

Joseph Leo Koerner - Hieronymus Bosch's World Picture

Peter Galison -

Judgment Against Objectivity

Jan Goldstein - Eclectic Subjectivity and the Impossibility of Female Beauty

Joel Snyder - Visualization and Visibility


Svetlana Alpers - The Studio, the Laboratory, and the

Vexations of Art

Bruno Latour - How to Be Iconophilic in Art, Science, and Religion?

Simon Schaffer - On Astronomical Drawing

Jonathan Crary - Attention and Modernity in the Ninteenth Century

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