Art in Translation: the border complex. Reykjavik 18-20 September

Tuesday September 16th 2014 by Peter Thomas Lang

2014-09-13 17.54.22 bw white

Program 2014
Preliminary Program
Thursday, September 18th
Nordic House
15.00 – Registration
16.00 – Opening Ceremony
16.30 – Keynote: Bjarki Bragason, Claudia Hausfeld and Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir – Eins og eins / Selfsame
17.30-19 – Light Refreshments
20.00 – Off-Venue event (tba)
Friday, September 19th
9-10.15 – Keynote: Matthew Rubery – “Can a Book Talk?”
Coffee break
10.30-11.45 – Parallel Sessions
1. Aesthetics & Research
Shauna Laurel Jones: Art Brute: When the Artist Is Animal
Jane Jin Kaisen: Translational Aesthetics: Artistic research and aesthetics of resistance
Elizabeth McTernan: The Coastline Paradox: Measuring a Nameless Island
2. Museology
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Katharina Alsen: The Art of the Intimate. Enacting Small-Scale Art Encounters
Kevin Grace: Building a Research Repository of Street Artists and Performers: The Zozimus Project
Agata Holobut: Stealing Styles: Audio Description in the Visual Arts
3. Poetry
Roland E. Martin: Yeats Between Two Worlds
Marie Silkeberg: Words in War I
Caroline Rabourdin: Making Sense of Caroline Bergvall’s multilingual poetry: The space between
langues and Lecercle’s Philosophy of Nonsense
11.45 – The Grave of Icelandic Studies- A Workshop Expedition under an Open Sky
13.15-14.15 -Keynote: David Spurr – Architecture and Modern Literature : a Persistent Dialogue
Coffee break
14.30-15.45 – Parallel Sessions
4. Visual Arts
Guillermo Aymerich: 8-sounds (bā yīn