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" The Smooth is both the object of a close vision par excellence and the element of a haptic space (which may be as much visual or auditory as tactile). The Striated, on the contrary, relates to a more distant vision, and a more optical space - although... "
Touch: Sensuous Theory and Multisensory Media - Page xii
by Laura U. Marks - 2002 - 259 pages
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Disability and Contemporary Performance: Bodies on Edge

Petra Kuppers - Performing Arts - 2003 - 176 pages
...touch-oriented field, and striated - distant, categorizing, abstract knowledge in a visual, distancing field: The Smooth is both the object of a close vision par...relates to a more distant vision, and a more optical space - although the eye in turn is not the only organ to have this capacity. (1988:493) The eye and...
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Disability and Contemporary Performance: Bodies on Edge

Petra Kuppers - Performing Arts - 2003 - 176 pages
...absttact knowledge in a visual, distancing field: The Smooth is both the object of a close vision pat excellence and the element of a haptic space (which may be as much visual ot and iton- as tactile). The Sttiated, on the conttaty, telates to a mote distant vision, and a mote...
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EPZ Thousand Plateaus

Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari - Philosophy - 2004 - 688 pages
...more recently by Henri Maldiney), and take some risks ourselves, making free use of these notions.26 It seems to us that the Smooth is both the object...relates to a more distant vision, and a more optical space — although the eye in turn is not the only organ to have this capacity. Once again, as always,...
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On Touching, Jean-Luc Nancy

Jacques Derrida - Philosophy - 2005 - 377 pages
...organs but rather invites the assumption that the eye itself may fulfill this nonoptical function. ... It seems to us that the Smooth is both the object...space (which may be as much visual or auditory as tactile)."25 What makes the haptical, thus interpreted, cling to closeness; what identifies it with...
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