Kultura Współczesna. Teoria -interpretacje - praktyka, nr 3, 2013, s.9-13.
The order of depicting has always been located in opposition to word (logos)
that is why what can be said has always been valued more. Not until
Sigmund Freud showed that what is said “not entirely” has the power of
agency. Freud’s success was parallel to an important discovery of what was
later called literary theory. According to Ranciére depicting expressed in
a piece of art can be cupped as characteristic tactics of perceiving. Ranciére
proposes unprejudiced reading of respective pieces of art in all their
depictive concreteness and the article shows his standpoint wending towards
clear articulation of the thesis: it is only a piece of art that may contain
visibility and invisibility, knowledge and ignorance (logos and pathos) in one space (of depicting).