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  • Human Kind (Melbourne, 8-11 Sept 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    collection worldwide but in particular in the National Gallery of Victoria They may be in any medium including painting print drawing sculpture and photography The conference aims to be both informed and provocative and to provide a robust forum for new and contemporary perspectives These will include How portraits shape social values and invent new possibilities for defining human kind The importance of place and provenance in the interpretation of portraits How portraits form a bridge of self interpretation between Britain and colonial society The bonding role of portraits their exchange as gifts as agents in friendship and social cohesion as testament to empathy and kinship The interaction of portraits with other art forms and cultural media including theatre literature and music photography and film The role of portraits as records of social exclusion isolation and displacement Issues of authorship attribution restoration and the multiplication and copying of portraits Please email abstracts of no more than 250 words and a short CV to portrait conference at unimelb edu au Deadline for proposals is Friday February 12 2016 Keynote speakers Dr Mark Hallett Director of Studies Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Dr Martin Myrone Lead Curator Pre 1800

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  • Komplexe Referenzen (Siegen, 21-23 Jan 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    der Klangpraktiken 15 30 Lisa Gotto Closer Surrealistische Samples von Nine Inch Nails bis David Fincher 17 00 Christina Zenk Zitat oder Sampling Die Walküren in der Filmmusik 19 00 TILO TONI cropped reloaded 20 00 Trio MTW 22 00 Thorsten Wagner umriss blaufern 1 22 30 Thorsten Wagner Ensemble Raumtiefen Fr 22 01 2016 10 00 Johannes Ismaiel Wendt Starrsinnige Phrase Sampler die kulturellen Bürden des Loops 11 00 Katrin Weleda Sample My Sausage Alien Sex Fiend J G Thirlwell Foetus Roland Barthes 12 00 Lorenz Gilli Die Geister die ich rief Kritische Überlegungen zum Sampling in der elektronischen Musik bei Simon Reynolds 14 00 Reinhard Kopanski Kontroverse Referenzen Sampling Strategien bei Throbbing Gristle 15 00 Gunnar Schmidt Vom Rausch en der Bilder Zu Peter Tscherkasskys Found Footage Film Happy End 16 30 André Schütte Sampling oder bildungstheoretische Überlegungen im Kontext einer Pädagogik der Wiederholung 17 30 Anna Maria Loffredo Mach Dir ein Bild von einem Bild Zum Sampling in der Kunstdidaktik 20 00 Julia Mihály antizy lisch momente von sinn un d freiheit anti trash ore milch Sa 23 01 2016 10 00 Immanuel Brockhaus Das Sample aller Samples der Orchestra Hit 12 00 Tobias Hartmann Wie viele

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11947 (2016-02-12)
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  • Proceedings of the Art Museum of Estonia, 5 [10] 2015 - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Historienbilder im 19 Jahrhundert Forschungsstand und Forschungsperspektiven in Estland ARTICLES ARTIKEL Hubertus Kohle Adolph Menzel ja 19 sajandi ajaloomaal Adolph Menzel and 19th Century History Painting Udo Arnold Saksa ordu 19 sajandi maalikunstis Das Bild des Deutschen Ordens in der Malerei des 19 Jahrhunderts Anne Untera Pühendumus Friedrich Ludwig von Maydelli elu ja loomingu sisulisest teljest Hingabe Über Dreh und Angelpunkte in Leben und Werk Friedrich Ludwig von Maydells Anu Allikvee Friedrich Ludwig von Maydell ja ajaloopildi traditsioon Eeskujud ja tsitaadid Friedrich Ludwig von Maydell und die Tradition der Historienbilder Vorbilder und Zitate Linda Kaljundi Balti ajalugu kolonialism ja kultuurimälu Friedrich Ludwig von Maydelli ajaloopildid The Workings of Cultural Memory and Colonialism Friedrich Ludwig von Maydell s Baltic History in Images Inna Põltsam Jürjo Friedrich Ludwig von Maydell ja kostüümiajalugu Friedrich Ludwig von Maydell und die Kostümgeschichte Poul Grinder Hansen Taevast langenud lipp Eesti ajaloo stseen taani ajaloomaalis The Flag That Fell from the Sky An Estonian Scene in Danish History Painting Ulrike Plath Bremeni börsihoone maal kui allegooria Plaanvankrid konkistadoorid ja saksa Benjamin Das Bremer Börsenbild als Allegorie Planwagen Konquistadores und der deutsche Benjamin Juhan Kreem 19 sajandi pilk reformatsioonile Rudolf von zur Mühleni maal Tartu linn ja stifti rüütelkond uuendavad liidulepingut 1522 aastal Ein Blick aus dem 19 Jahrhundert auf die Reformation Rudolf von zur Mühlens Gemälde Die Stadt Dorpat und die Stiftsritterschaft erneuern das Schutz und Trutzbündnis im Jahre 1522 Kristina Jõekalda Balti pärand ja maalilised varemed Kujutav kunst kui vahend kohalikkuse leiutamiseks Baltic Heritage and Picturesque Ruins Visual Art as a Means of Inventing the Local Rūta Kaminska Kunstiajaloolase pilguheit albumile Terra Mariana 1186 1888 An Art Historian s Look at the Album Terra Mariana 1186 1888 RAPORTS BERICHTE Kristina Aas Hilkka Hiiop Kuidas maikrahv uued rõivad sai Leopold von Pezoldi Maikrahvi sissesõit Tallinna ja Theodor

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  • Mind – Media – Narrative (Warsaw, 20-22 Jun 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    reader viewer participant in the narrative Conversely an investigation of medium specific aspects places emphasis upon the techniques and qualities specific to particular media such as the representation of characters speech through dialogue balloons in comics or the techniques involved in the gestural languages of drama and dance Also significant is a consideration of the relations between the different forms modes and methods of narrative including remediation parodic revision and the shared properties and artistic techniques used in and across various media including interactivity Discussions at this conference will involve consideration of cognitive models and theories that enable an understanding of the processes of creating and perceiving narrative both classical e g through mental schemata or reader inference and contemporary e g involving the role of embodied cognition theory of mind the concept of experientiality Simultaneously this conference is also open to questioning the influence of media on the shape of narrative e g how do media which are rarely associated with storytelling such as architecture or music influence the creation of narrative when they become its vehicles And further what new narrative affordances do digital media bring to their users Do they change the way narratives are mentally and bodily constructed Defining narrative as both a textual and cognitive construct prompts researchers to think about the nexus of mind and media in the creation of stories Consequently the proposed approach compels narratologists media specialists and cognitive psychologists to work together to better understand the dynamics of creating storyworlds During the conference we would like to create such an interdisciplinary space for sharing ideas hypotheses and doubts We invite contributions from researchers at all stages of their careers interested in cognitive and or transmedial narratology Contributions may be theoretical as well as analytical Proposals may address but are not limited

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  • Rethinking Pictures (Paris, 19-20 May 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    the field of potential subjects for study building an extensive body of literature and introducing innovative methodologies and approaches Developed nearly contemporaneously these theories about the nature and reception of images have run parallel to one another While on the Anglophone side visual studies have branched out to a wide range of media following a socio critical impetus Bildwissenschaft finds origins in Aby Warburg s methods and among other approaches is notably nourished by a hermeneutic perspective Over the last decade on both sides of the Atlantic new avenues of inquiry have questioned the purely visual nature of images to consider them as objects that possess agency or vitality in and of themselves Pictures are now understood as inviting complex experience in which the entire body not only the eye is solicited and as invoking multiple temporalities by collapsing past and present Attention is called to the materials that constitute the object world and the ways in which their circulation creates social relationships that become part of their meaning over time In alignment with object centered approaches in anthropology material culture media studies and philosophy recent theories of the visual have raised questions of affect subjectivity and medium in Anglo American scholarship while socio historical considerations have gained particular ground in the German literature As renewed attention to the art work s materiality shifts the terms of investigation this conference invites speakers to reflect on the differences and convergences between the intellectual traditions of visual studies and Bildwissenschaft Are there ways to think about pictures anew by bringing these models more closely together Does the move away from visuality towards the material offer possibilities for overcoming early differences between these two approaches We seek proposals for 20 minute talks introducing new ideas and propositions We especially welcome submissions from early

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  • Digital Art History (Durham, 22 Feb 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    material culture the construction of buildings and cities and issues of process and change over time Schedule 8 30 9 00 am Coffee and Tea in Café 9 00 9 30 am Introductory Remarks Caroline A Bruzelius A M Cogan Professor of Art History Duke University Sarah W Schroth Mary D B T and James H Semans Director Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University Richard J Powell John Spencer Bassett Professor of Art Art History and Dean of Humanities Duke University 9 30 11 00 am Session 1 Pamela Fletcher Bowdoin College Digital Art History Where Do We Come From What Are We Where Are We Going Paul B Jaskot DePaul University Historical Journals as Digital Sources Mapping Architecture in Germany 1914 24 Dorothy Wong University of Virginia Power of Compassion Paths of Transmission of Avalokite vara Across Asia 11 00 11 15 am Coffee Tea Break 11 15 am 12 15 pm Session 2 Philip Stinson University of Kansas Fieldnotes Documenting Roman Architecture and Sculpture at Aphrodisias and Sardis Using the New Photogrammetry Michael T Davis Mt Holyoke College Evidence and Invention Reconstructing the Franciscan Convent and the College of Navarre in Paris Donal Cooper University of Cambridge Modeling Architecture and Uncertainty in Renaissance Florence The Digital Reconstructions of Santa Chiara and San Pier Maggiore 12 15 1 30 pm Lunch in Café Free to registered attendees 1 30 3 00 pm Session 3 Suzanne Preston Blier Harvard University Digging Out Uncovering Urban Architectural Histories in West Africa A Comparative GIS Approach Fabrizio Nevola University of Exeter The Italian Renaissance Piazza as Social Media Space 3 00 3 15 pm Coffee Tea Break 3 15 4 15 pm Session 4 Ingrid Daubechies Duke University Mathematicians Helping Art Historians and Art Conservators C Griffith Mann Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11951 (2016-02-12)
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  • The Photography Seminar (Oxford, 19 Jan-1 Mar 16) - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    Brusius Geraldine Johnson January 19th Tuesday Week 1 12 30pm 2pm Portraiture and Time The Photographs of Edward S Curtis Shamoon Zamir NYU Abu Dhabi Location Dept of History of Art Littlegate House St Ebbes February 2nd Tuesday Week 3 12 30pm 2pm The Engraved Photograph the Victorian Periodical and the Nature of Photographic Trust Geoff Belknap University of Leicester Location Dept of History of Art Littlegate House St Ebbes February 16th Tuesday Week 5 12 30pm 2pm From Documentary to Abstract Photography Aaron Siskin s Aesthetic Transformation Richard Howells King s College London Location Dept of History of Art Littlegate House St Ebbes March 1st Tuesday Week 7 12 30pm 2pm Site Visit Photography at the Sackler Library Eadweard Muybridge s Animal Locomotion Martin Kemp and Kelley Wilder in conversation Location Sackler Library St John Street Register to book a place limited places only 8 can attend Please bring your own lunch for informal conversation from 12 30pm to 1pm Formal presentations will begin at 1pm and finish by 2pm To register for the Sackler Library site visit please go to www hoa ox ac uk events Co sponsored by Dept of History of Art Centre for Visual Studies

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  • Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) issue 9, 2016 - ArtHist: H-Net Information Network for Art History / Archivio
    and urban exploration https www researchcatalogue net view 132765 132766 Mick Douglas Beth Weinstein James Oliver Shuttling https www researchcatalogue net view 80218 91677 Karen Savage The slippery trail The mollusc as a metaphor for creative practice https www researchcatalogue net view 131436 213902 Market Dolejšová A taste of big data on the global dinner table https www researchcatalogue net view 57801 58140 Nicole De Brabandere Sticky currents Drawing folds in serial exhaustion https www researchcatalogue net view 134510 134511 JAR publishes research in a manner that respects artists modes of presentation and incorporates web enabled possibilities for a mix of media collaboration debate and discussion The journal promotes experimental approaches to both writing and reading research while carefully fulfilling the expectations of a peer reviewed academic journal We welcome submissions from across and between disciplines from artists worldwide with or without academic affiliation The forthcoming deadline for submissions is 29 February 2016 Click http jar online net index php pages view 123 for more information on the submission process Send your correspondence to Barnaby Drabble Managing Editor Journal for Artistic Research JAR mailto barnaby drabble at jar online net JAR works with an international editorial board and a large

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/11920 (2016-02-12)
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