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  • Yearbook of Moving Image Studies, issue: Image Temporality - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    we have plenty of evidence for this assumption A special case is the adaption of spatial information within the variability of perspectives in the development of art and the famous invention of the central perspective that lead to more realistic media This tendency culminated among other things in the invention of picture projection photo exposure and finally the cinematographic apparatus Whereas some elements of temporal representation and temporal construction of time based media have been excluded from the art system this media evolution is nowadays completely transferred into the age of the digital under the impact of algorithmic logic and the borders of art and media can now be defined in new and innovative ways The basic tendencies of media evolution that are highlighting the shift in the dimension of time and movement are fully realised at the breakpoint of technical invention Artists inventors and creators have brought media to life through specific apparatuses and new technologies This history of media starts in the broad field of static media systems then integrates the whole history of technical toys such as thaumatrope praxinoscope zoopraxiscope thumb cinema etc and reaches the multimodal and poly sensual artefacts of postmodern age like Virtual Reality VR Head Mounted Displays HMD and holographic technology real time systems for natural mapping or Cave Automatic Virtual Environments CAVE These technical media help to overcome the traditional opposition of static and dynamic images and support new approaches for more complex analyses and systematizations Topics of submissions can include but are not limited to the temporality and spatiality of images and visual media the academic approaches and theoretical concepts on temporal and spatial media cognition temporal and spatial effects of pictorial re embodiment and avatarial embodiment understanding the avatar as pictorial and bodily representation the temporal and spatial relation of

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  • Pflanzenbilder in der Frühen Neuzeit (München, 9 Mar 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    deutlich zu und findet mit den Kunst und Wunderkammern eine höfische Grundlage Seit etwa Mitte des 16 Jahrhunderts entstehen botanische Handbücher die die spätmittelalterlichen Herbarien ablösen und damit auch die Kunst der Botanik aus ihrer zunächst primär medizinisch ausgerichteten Funktion befreien Gleichzeitig mit der Entdeckung immer neuer Pflanzen entsteht ein finanzkräftiger Markt der den Handel mit botanischen Spezies immer mehr befördert Diese soziokulturellen Hintergründe bilden die historische Folie vor der sich die botanische Illustration in der Frühen Neuzeit rasch entfaltet und als Gattung bildspezifische Fragen aufwirft 1 nach dem Status des wissenschaftlichen Bildes 2 nach der Funktion von Mimesis und Naturabbild 3 den gemeinsamen Wurzeln von Naturerkenntnis künstlerischer Imagination und phänomenologischer Welterkenntnis wie sie beispielsweise in der Signaturenlehre praktiziert wurde 4 nach wissenschaftlicher Objektivität und Vorstellungen von Naturmagie Experiment und Alchemie Der Workshop geht diesen Fragen aus verschiedener Perspektive nach wobei sich Überschneidungen der Kunstwissenschaft zur Gartenkunst der Botanik als wissenschaftlicher Institution und den klassifikatorischen Systemen der Naturwissenschaft ergeben Die Relevanz dieser Fragen für unsere Zeit und Gesellschaft resultiert aus der in zeitgenössischer Kunst und Wissenschaft intensiver werdenden Diskussion um Umwelt und Landschaft und ihre Bildstrategien und visuellen Verfahren PROGRAMM 14 00 Begrüßung und Einführung Claudia Steinhardt Hirsch München 14 15 Pia Rudolph München Kräuter mit allen Sinnen erkunden Der Gart der Gesundheit Mainz 1485 als Anleitung zur Pflanzenschau 14 45 Dominic Olariu Marburg Berlin Illustrationen in italienischen Kräuterbuchmanuskripten des 15 und 16 Jahrhunderts Reaktionen auf eine gestiegene Nachfrage 15 15 Karin Leonhard Konstanz Stilleben Leben im Übergang 15 45 Pause 16 15 Kärin Nickelsen München Zeichner Stecher Botaniker Ein Blick in die Werkstätten botanischer Illustration 16 45 Iris Lauterbach München Schwefelgelb Botanische Netzwerke und der Kaufmann als Wissenschaftler Johann Christoph Volkamers Hesperidenwerk 17 15 Henriette Müller Ahrndt München Mr Ehret drawing the Ginseng Georg Dionysius Ehret in Netzwerken frühmoderner

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  • Cold Atlantic (Madrid, 5-7 Sep 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    proposal to cold atlantic 2016 at gmail com using as your subject Conf Cold Atlantic and include the number of the panel you whish to apply for Deadlines The deadline for sending proposals is the 1 of March 2016 Papers will be reviewed by an international academic committee and the results will be notified by April 2016 Please note that at this time the conference organizers cannot provide travel grants or accommodation stipends For more information see http modernidadesdescentralizadas com Organized by Paula Barreiro López Universidad de Barcelona Fabiola Martínez Rodríguez Universidad de Saint Louis Madrid Chema González Museo Reina Sofía Carlos Pietro del Campo Museo Reina Sofía Olga Fernández López Universidad Autónoma de Madrid y Juan Albarrán Universidad Autónoma de Madrid This conference has been generously funded by the Terra Foundation for American Art and it is linked to the research project Decentralized Modernities art politics and counterculture in the transatlantic axis during the Cold War HAR2014 53834 P Related activities Pre doctoral international seminar at the University of Barcelona 8 9 September 2016 Llamada a comunicaciones Congreso internacional Atlántico Frío Guerra cultural disidencia artística redes y zonas de contacto en los tiempos del Telón de Acero Este proyecto es posible gracias a la contribución de Terra Foundation for American Art El congreso internacional Atlántico Frío plantea abordar los intercambios artísticos culturales y estéticos producidos entre Estados Unidos Europa África y América Latina durante la Guerra Fría cultural con el objetivo de poner de relieve otros ejes de alineamiento e intercambio entre los actores geopolíticamente menores que se vieron atrapados en el gran teatro geoestratégico de ese periodo Articulado en cuatro mesas de debate con conferencias marco el congreso busca rescatar otros nodos de influencia e intercambio artístico con el fin de descentrar el todavía predominante eje París Nueva York omnipresente en los estudios de la Guerra Fría y sus avatares culturales y de promover una discusión que otorgue voz a expresiones culturales generadas al margen de las estructuras oficiales de poder Estos diálogos e interacciones son estudiados en el contexto de la Guerra Fría pero partiendo de la desestabilización del status quo que supusieron en los equilibrios de la misma la Conferencia de Bandung 1955 y la Revolución húngara 1956 Con ello se pretende enfatizar las formas de mediación disidencia y resistencia que ofrecieron respuestas alternativas al cisma ideológico y estético que marcó el contexto cultural y social tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial Indagando en las redes artísticas trasatlánticas el congreso espera contribuir a desplazar las narrativas hegemónicas de la modernidad artística con el fin de revelar una pluralidad de respuestas ante el posicionamiento ideológico que supuso la guerra cultural Desde esta perspectiva Atlántico Frío espera poder configurar una nueva cartografía de prácticas artísticas y de relaciones institucionales extrainstitucionales y políticas a partir de la puesta en evidencia de diversos ejes transatlánticos que rompan la narrativa predominante durante la Guerra Fría La reevaluación de los cruces y fricciones de las prácticas artísticas la cultura material y la resistencia

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12045 (2016-02-12)
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  • Memorial landscapes (Hamburg/Taipei, Sep 16-Apr 17) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    composed of the characters for mountain and water At the same time notions of landscape are subject to constant historical change and the landscape painting genre has performed a whole series of different tasks which may also vary from period to period Landscapes are not only veduta like depictions of nature but they also provide subjective perspectives on the artist s realm of experience they may be outlines for ideal or world landscapes that are more or less distinct from their natural models and they may be much else besides The International Warburg Seminar on Memorial landscapes world images East and West will focus not so much on aspects of landscape that only depict natural settings as on those that address the construction of cultural links in the broadest sense creating landscapes with a motivic thematic social or political charge to paraphrase Pierre Nora paysages de mémoire Such landscape images encapsulate historical events and national identities basic philosophical attitudes and political conflicts or cultural social or environmental issues The landscape can then become not only a form of reflection on links beyond landscape itself but also a meta genre that expresses how nature and landscape are perceived by a particular artist cultural region or period Doctoral candidates or young post graduate art historians from all over the world are invited to submit proposals for the seminar theme These may include both proposals in the field of Asian and Western art history during any period from the Middle Ages to the present day as well as and in particular themes that already deal with transfer between Eastern and Western notions of landscape Participants will be expected to give a talk on their proposal It is planned that proposals accepted for the seminar will be published During the first week of the

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12050 (2016-02-12)
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  • Museums and Their Collections (Bonn, 12 Mar 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    informal World Café In this interactive format the guests are invited to address pertinent topics such as transnationality transculturality shared heritage intellectual property Deutungshoheit restitution museological concepts categorisations and the management of meaning in art and culture In the afternoon the conference will bring together honourable guests from the academic and practical museum field The podium is not only dedicated to aspects of how to deal handle encounter so called other cultures but also in addressing questions of our own cultural intellectual heritage We would like to encourage the audience to participate in the debate Conference Languages English and German PROGRAMME Morning World Café hosted by FLOOPLAN 09 15am 13 00pm at the Institute of Art History The World Café is an interactive format It will contain about six tables each dedicated to a particular aspect of the museum topic A vital and open discussion is intended although the table hosts respective fields of expertise may play a defining role The tables of the FLOORPLAN World Café will be hosted by Khadija von Zinnenburg Carrol Oxford Paula Mischalk Freiburg Friedrich von Bose Stadtmuseum Stuttgart Gavin Irwin Drysone Chambers London Larissa Förster Morphomata Kolleg Cologne as well as the floorplan members Christoph Balzar Kristina Engels Samia Ouladzahra Marie Christin Gerwens Voß Kathrin Michel Afternoon Conference Whose Heritage The conference takes place in auditorium IX main building of the university It will be moderated by Michael Fehr Berlin and Anne Marie Bonnet University of Bonn 14 00pm Registration 14 30pm Welcome Introduction of the Conference Whose Heritage by Professor Anne Marie Bonnet University of Bonn and museum group FLOORPLAN 14 45pm 1st Panel Anna Schmid Museum of Cultures Basle Ciraj Rassool University of Western Cape Samir El Azhar University of Casablanca 15 20pm Discussion on the podium and with the public 16

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12015 (2016-02-12)
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  • Pittori lucchesi del Seicento a Roma (Roma, 25 May 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    secolo Molti infatti furono gli artisti nati e formatisi a Lucca a giungere nella capitale pontificia nel corso del Seicento per risiedervi a lungo talvolta conquistando un ruolo spesso non marginale nella scena artistica contemporanea Altri attraverso la formazione romana o il soggiorno più o meno prolungato nell Urbe contribuirono ad aggiornare la pittura lucchese alle ultime tendenze una volta rientrati in patria Oltre a presentare le novità documentarie e attributive riguardanti i singoli artefici il workshop ambisce a fornire un quadro complessivo dei complessi aspetti legati alle committenze romane o maturate a Roma delle principali famiglie aristocratiche lucchesi Buonvisi Spada Franciotti Garbesi della fitta rete di rapporti intessuta dalla nazione lucchese nonché delle specifiche professionalità e degli interessi culturali ed economici dei cittadini dell ultima repubblica toscana residenti nell Urbe Pur rivolto principalmente agli storici dell arte l incontro intende favorire il confronto con altri specialisti storici archivisti italianisti che possano integrare con le loro ricerche i dati utili alla migliore comprensione delle opere d arte Al fine di favorire lo scambio tra diverse generazioni di studiosi si vuole incoraggiare la partecipazione di giovani ricercatori italiani e stranieri stimolando quanto più possibile lo scambio di informazioni e di idee

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12031 (2016-02-12)
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  • De/Synchronisieren? (Berlin, 4-6 Feb 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    of together in terms of time And how shall we put togetherness into practice Where will it be the responsibility of the State and its institutions to reconcile the multiple individual temporalities that coexist in a pluralist society Where will forms of living and acting together emerge bottom up from the self organization of scattered activities Where would a closer or different together be desirable Where should our timing try to resist impositions of uniformity and coherence Synchronization and desynchronization bypass a distinction between nature and culture They concern vital processes in living bodies as much as complex political or aesthetic dynamics The annual conference of the Priority Program Ästhetische Eigenzeiten invites researchers from Humanities Social Sciences Sciences of Nature and artists to search for common approaches in exploring temporal organization Three days of presentations discussions working groups and performances at the ICI will be concerned with the politics and aesthetics of time with the materiality of synchronization and images of the collective with the role of timing in a social ecology with the temporality of markets and its uncoupling from social tides with the temporalization of knowledge and its cultural consequences with a renewal of the concept of modernity at the turn of postcolonial transvaluations with the impact of synchronization on artistic formats and forms and with an up to date understanding of contemporaneity in times of social networks Programm Donnerstag 4 2 2016 13 00 Michael Gamper Begrüßung 13 10 Gabriele Brandstetter Anne Schuh Kai van Eikels Was heißt Synchronisierung von Eigenzeiten und worin liegt ihre kulturelle soziale und politische Relevanz Zeit und Zusammen De Synchronisierung gestern heute morgen Moderation Kai van Eikels 13 45 Sibylle Peters Andere Zeiten Vom gesellschaftlichen Gebrauch der Zeit 14 15 Arkady Pikovsky Progress in Synchronization Studies a Physicist s Viewpoint e Diskussion 15 15 Pause Zeit und Wert De Synchronisierung in Produktion Tausch und Kooperation 15 45 Birger Priddat Aktienmarktentscheidungen als ästhetische Form 16 15 Karin Knorr Cetina Finanzmarktzeiten Synchronisierung und Entsynchronisierung Podiumsgespräch mit Andreas Langenohl 17 15 Pause Moderation Gabriele Brandstetter 17 30 Erin Manning Experimenting Immediation Collaboration and the Politics of Fabulation e 18 00 Alexandra Heimes Parallaxen des Gleichzeitigen Diskussion Zeit und Bewegung De Synchronisierung und Kollektivität Moderation Maren Butte 19 00 Elizabeth Waterhouse Dancing Together William Forsythe s Choreography Duo e 19 30 Sebastian Matthias And the Dance Goes On Groove Felder und plurale Kommunikation Lecture Performance Diskussion Freitag 5 2 2016 10 00 Offene Arbeitsgruppen AG 1 Zeitgenossenschaft Leitung Johannes Lehmann Stefan Geyer AG 2 Zeitlichkeit der Mode Leitung Boris Roman Gibhardt 12 30 Mittagspause Zeit und Organisation De Synchronisierung und Steuerung Moderation Lena Kugler 14 00 Hans Christian Dany Die Lust zu verlieren 14 30 Eva Axer Die Zeitlichkeit der offenen Systeme Diskussion 15 30 Pause Pluralität der Gegenwart Moderation Ludger Schwarte 16 00 Armin Nassehi Synchronisation oder Integration Differenzierung in der Zeit und in der Sozialdimension 17 00 Zwischenbilanz 17 30 Pause Ort DOCK 11 Berlin Theaterhalle 19 00 aswebegin Performance Lecture Litó Walkey und

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12039 (2016-02-12)
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  • La Roma di Raffaele Riario (Roma, 2 Feb 16) - ArtHist: Netzwerk für Kunstgeschichte im H-Net / Archiv
    a Napoli 11 00 Enzo Borsellino Università degli Studi Roma Tre Palazzo Riario alla Lungara tra architettura decorazione e collezionismo 11 30 Luca Pezzuto Università degli Studi dell Aquila Jacopo Ripanda e il Cardinale di San Giorgio La Vigna in Trastevere e altre storie 12 00 David Frapiccini Sapienza Università di Roma Il cardinale Raffaele Riario e gli affreschi dell episcopio ostiense ideologia e iconografia romano imperiale al tempo di Giulio II 12 30 Discussione 14 30 Ripresa dei Lavori Presiede Marzia Faietti Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi 14 30 Alessandro Angelini Università degli Studi di Siena Un gonfalone dimenticato e la cultura di S Onofrio al Gianicolo 15 00 Silvia Ginzburg Università degli Studi Roma Tre Confronti con l antico e maniera moderna attorno a Raffaele Riario 15 30 Vincenzo Farinella Università degli Studi di Pisa Dipingere in latino a Roma da Ripanda a Raffaello 16 00 16 20 pausa caffè 16 20 Michele Maccherini Università degli Studi dell Aquila Jacomo Ripanda bolognese nelle Considerazioni di Giulio Mancini 16 50 Matteo Mazzalupi Ricercatore indipendente I fratelli Rimpatta novità biografiche dagli archivi romani 17 20 considerazioni conclusive Sybille Ebert Schifferer Bibliotheca Hertziana Un bilancio su Raffaele Riario patrono delle

    Original URL path: http://arthist.org/archive/12042 (2016-02-12)
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