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
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.
15.15-16.45: 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
11.45-12.30: Susanne Østby Sæther: “Paracinematic practices in contemporary art: Towards a Theoretical framework.
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
15.45-17.00: Signe Endresen: Re-viewing Munch's interior Gabrielle Oropallo:
Saturday, 4th of May
Suggestions of Museum visits:
Musée du Quai Branly, Corbusier