Art and Visual Culture

Posted on November 27, 2020

The Art and Visual Culture group includes LARCA members whose research projects focus on the arts and visual cultures of the English-speaking worlds. The research conducted in this context combines historical as well as aesthetic approaches, and includes still as well as time-based media: painting, photography, film, television, sculpture, video, VR…

Alongside visual forms and creative practices, questions of circulation and reception are addressed in relation to the institutional context (museums, galleries, festivals, foundations, digital platforms…). Visual Culture interfaces with the other LARCA research clusters. Its dynamic is set through collaborations and collective discussions taking place within the group’s seminar.

The “Art and Visual Culture” seminar takes place on Monday from 5 to 7, room 347 or 830, Olympe de Gouges building, and on Zoom for those who cannot join.

Directors : 

Catherine Bernard

Eliane de Larminat

Program 2022-2023

  • September 26, 17.00 (room 347) : current research presentations: 
    • Xavier Giudicelli (chercheur en délégation CNRS),
    • Martyna Majewska (post-doctorante Terra Foundation),
    • Sophie Neyret-Tassant (doctorante)
  • October 24, 17.00 (room 347) : current research presentations (part 2):
    • Emmanuelle Delanoë,
    • James Guttridge (doctorant),
    • Julien Schuh (chercheur en délégation CNRS)
  • Wednesday October 26, 17.00: joint session with “Digital Humanities”: John Paul Ricco, University of Toronto, “Extinction Aesthetics,”
  • Jeudi 24 novembre, 17.00: joint session with “Digital Humanities”: Kim Knowles, Department of Theatre, Film and Televison Studies, Aberystwyth University
  • December 15, 17.00: joint session with “Digital Humanities”: Invited speaker Andrew Patrizio, Professor of Scottish Visual Studies, Edinburgh College of Art
  • February 06, 17.00: “State of the art” – bibliographic session
  • March 27, 17.00: Daniel Foliard, “L’œil numérique et son trouble,” around his projects in the digital humanities
  • Friday April 14, 17.00: joint session with “Digital Humanities”: Diane Leblond, Université de Lorraine – Metz.
  • June 05, 17.00: to be confirmed

 

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