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Christine Buci-Glucksmann began her career as a philosopher in the 1970s with studies of Friedrich Engels and Antonio Gramsci. She followed this with research into aesthetics, based primarily on the works of Walter Benjamin. She is perhaps best known for her book La Raison baroque (Baroque Reason: The Aesthetics of Modernity, 1984). She has written numerous other books and articles about digital art, including L’art à l’époque virtuel (Art in the Age of Virtuality, 2004) and about new media art. She has also written extensively on artists from China.
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