[...] looking at Foucault's writing on literature, the work of an Australian conceptual artist and Morris's writing on art and photography means that this essay also enacts another relationship of proximity: towards the periphery of cultural studies' preferred range of objects. Each of these writers allows us to view the practice of looking both with and through words. [...] considering them together-bringing together work that cultural studies usually distances itself from-is itself a gesture of critical proximity.
Cultural Studies Review volume 16 number 2 September 2010 http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/journals/index.php/csrj/index pp. 4–23 Jane Simon 2010 C
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