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Varying access and a myriad of experiences for audience members, toward a reconfiguration of "cultural" practices

Madeleine Planeix-Crocker
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Sylvia Girel

Abstract

In order to understand the significance of artistic products, we must forget about them for a while, we must turn away from them and take recourse to the ordinary forces and conditions of the experiences that are generally considered unaesthetic.-John Dewey, "Art as experience" Professor Girel defends the importance of studying the establishment of the Ministry of Culture in France in 1959 as well as the institutions evolution to this day. This transformation is marked by increased accessibility to works of art at once considered reserved to an elite. Such an evolution is inscribed in the greater scheme of contemporary societal transformations, especially with regard to the ways in which key players relate to cultural objects, which in turn never cease to evolve. However, Girel notes that this transformation is not only seen in a positive light; indeed, certain researchers observe a regression, a lack of accessibility in certain cultural sectors...

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Sociology
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halshs-01971881 , version 1 (07-01-2019)

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Madeleine Planeix-Crocker, Sylvia Girel. Varying access and a myriad of experiences for audience members, toward a reconfiguration of "cultural" practices. 2016. ⟨halshs-01971881⟩
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