By Frances E. Mascia-Lees
A spouse to the Anthropology of the physique and Embodiment deals unique essays that learn historic and modern techniques to conceptualizations of the body.
- In this ground-breaking paintings at the physique and embodiment, the newest scholarship from anthropology and similar social technology fields is gifted, offering new insights on physique politics and the adventure of the body
- Original chapters disguise historic and modern ways and spotlight new learn frameworks
- Reflects the expanding significance of embodiment and its ethnographic contexts inside of anthropology
- Highlights the expanding emphasis on studying the creation of medical, technological, and scientific services in learning our bodies and embodiment
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5 What was important to the Arts and Crafts Movement, then, was not merely or even primarily the particular look of an object but the mode in which it was crafted, the sensuous and intellectual labor that went into making it, and its integration into the everyday life of all classes (Crawford 2004: 59). The Arts and Crafts aesthetic is therefore better understood as an approach to the making and dissemination of objects based on socialist principles than as a unified style based on specific design principles (Kaplan 2004: 11).
In this chapter, for example, I am concerned with the Arts and Crafts aesthetic both as a style and as the form of embodiment it constitutes. I explore aesthetic embodiment as a somatically-grounded, culturally mediated, affective encounter with the beautiful (see Berleant 2004). I focus on the beautiful because it has significant ethnographic salience for the Arts and Crafts population with which I work. I am interested in asking whether Arts and Crafts aestheticizes life in the ways cultural Marxists would predict.
This notion of beauty is grounded in Movement ideas about the relationship of beauty to labor and social justice. indd 14 2/15/2011 6:58:20 PM AESTHETICS: AESTHETIC EMBODIMENT AND COMMODITY CAPITALISM 15 Because form, function, political ideas, and ethical commitments are imbricated in this notion of beauty, it is not possible to extract any simple idea of “the beautiful” related only to the materiality of an Arts and Crafts object. ” Indeed, for some consumers, the explicit purpose of attending the GPI Conference is the opportunity it affords them to buy products directly from the person who makes them, thus participating in an exchange they see as non-exploitative and circumventing the depersonalized sphere of consumer capitalism, at least is some aspects of their life.
A Companion to the Anthropology of the Body and Embodiment by Frances E. Mascia-Lees