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Parergon (Frame-Work)


  1. Kant responds, 'It is a parergon, a composite of inside and outside, but a composite which is not an amalgam or half-and-half, an outside that is called inside the inside to constitute it as inside. (4) It is by attending to the paradoxical logic of this Derridean frame that this paper will attempt to 'frame' the Frame(s) of Janet Frame's.
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  3. Sub-question - Explore Derrida’s theory of the ‘parergon’ to better understand the concept and purpose of the frame in art and it's implications on the space and interpretation of art. Regarding research, I have been making some progress with these, but this task has encouraged me to think about the ways the subjects I have been.
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  5. Parergon (Frame-Work) Companies, etc. Printed By – Kinyosha Printing Co., Ltd. Credits Cinematographer [Movie] – Hideki Maruoka, Yuya Yamazaki; 5/5(1).
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  7. The footnote to the first page of the English version of Parergon is no doubt in place at the bottom and separated from the main text by a space. But this positioning is framed by the lower right-hand angle which remains open on the first page: " I ". It is matched and closed by the left-hand angle on the top of the second page: " I ". The footnote.
  8. A theory - Derrida’s Parergon. Objectivist - Jacques Derrida was a French philosopher best known for his theories on deconstruction. In his text, The Truth in Painting he discussed the frame, coining the term parergon, to explain why when looking at the work the frame is part of the wall, and yet when looking at the wall it is part of.

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