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by Andy Grundberg

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Andy Grundberg
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The MIT Press (March 1, 1997)
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See: v. 1, Issue 3 : A Journal of Visual Culture.

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Visual studies is the study of visual culture.

166 journal of visual culture 1(2). Visual studies is the study of visual culture. This avoids the ambiguity that plagues subjects like history, in which the field and the things covered by the field bear the same name. In practice, of course, we often confuse the two, and I prefer to let visual culture stand for both the field and its content, and to let the context clarify the meaning.

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See 2:4, Volume 2. The remainder of the book reports the deliberations – the agreements and the disagreements – of five panels.

journal of visual culture 9(3). Since it is every human subject’s destiny to be inscribed (s’inscrire) in the world through symbolic operations, and therefore through the production of signs that ground his or her relation to speech, I would like to show that it is image-producing operations that make this inscription possible. By this, I mean that it is very possible that seeing subjects, that is to say subjects who use their eyes to see and their speech to say what they see or do not see, are subjects that have already been constituted as image-producing subjects.