The Globetrotter’s Glossary: Word of the Day is Voyeurythmics


 

Voyeurythmics (n.)

Variables: Voyeurythmic.

Roots: Voeyur & Eurythmic. (Click on the links to find the meanings of the root words on Merriam-Webster Dictionary).

Definition: A musical, rhythmic, imagistic or any such aesthetic pattern in the observations of a voyeur, usually during an experience of walking amidst architectural, fashion or other forms of spectacles.

Example: What Charles Baudelaire leaves as his poetic voyeurythmics of Paris, Walter Benjamin later explores in his classic essay “The Flâneur”; accordingly, the flâneur is a voyeur-par-excellence, and is like a “prince who is everywhere in possession of his incognito.”

 

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