Everything In Its Right Place:
 Foucault And The 'Ideology Of The Aesthetic’

Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics 1 (3):111-123 (2004)
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Abstract
There are several ways in which we 'rediscover' things. Sometimes rediscovering means finding something we had thought lost—to take a relevant example, let's say a painting that was stolen, or thought destroyed, that turns up in a dingy attic, from where it is rescued, and then authenticated, valued and preserved, finally restored to its rightful place. In such an instance, there will be a place waiting for the rediscovered painting from where it has been missing, and known to have been missing; a blank space on a gallery wall. Rediscovery, in this mode, is a kind of restoration.
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