from 02 to 03 May 2013
Gaze and Modernity (History of art)

Ph.d. and research seminar, Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, Section of Art History, Oslo University at Centre Franco-Norvégien en Sciences Sociales et Humaines (CFN) in Paris.


Thursday, 2nd. of May

09.30-10.00: Coffee .
10.00-10.30: Director of CFN; Bjarne Rogan
10.30-12.00: Professor Jean-Louis Déotte:The Museum, a Universal Appartus
12.00-13.00: lunch
13.00-13.30: Lena Liepe: Art Objects and Historical Narratives
13.30-14.00: Bente Larsen: Gaze: aesthetics, theory, artwork
14.00-15.00: Workshop. Texts by Didi-Huberman and Ranciere. Will be forwarded.
15.00-15.15: Coffee
15.15-16.45: Trude Talette Simonsen, Negotiating Architectural Perceptions: Photography and Gaze in Le Corbusier’s Publications of The Chapel of Ronchamp' Charlotte Blanche Myrvold, Seeing in unison. Skilled visions in Bjørvika.
16.45-17.15: Espen Johnsen: Rhetoric and gaze in modernism ́s ambivalent use of architectural perspectives.

Friday, 3rd of May

10.00-11.30: Rune Gade: Art, performance and temporality: On heterotemporalities in the
work of Sükran Moral
11.30-11.45: Coffee
11.45-12.30: Susanne Østby Sæther: “Paracinematic practices in contemporary art: Towards a Theoretical framework.
12.30-13.30: Lunch
13.30-15.30: Maria Husabø Oen, Physical aspects of medieval visions. Kjartan Hauglid, The monk's gaze. The case of San Pedro de Cervatos Ragnhild Martine Bø: One manuscript-three approaches. Intervisuality, gendered readings and digital scholarship
15.30-15.45: Coffee
15.45-17.00: Signe EndresenRe-viewing Munch's interior Gabrielle Oropallo: Summary

Saturday, 4th of May

Suggestions of Museum visits:
Musée du Quai Branly, Corbusier


Venue : Building Le France
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