Is Instagram the art of our time? What does that tell us about society? To understand the changing form of contemporary art between the 19th and 21st century not only allows us to understand how society impacts art, but also how new forms of art transform society. Example? One strong media image had the power … Continue reading Tilburg University Summer School: Transforming Art
Socrates noemde het zijn Daimonion: een verborgen reisadviseur die hem beschermde op zijn levensreis door hem te weerhouden van iets wat hij op het punt stond uit te voeren. Socrates luisterde altijd zeer zorgvuldig naar deze gids, want volgens hem kwam deze stem van de Godheid. Kunnen we de Daimonion van Socrates vergelijken met wat … Continue reading Lezing Tine Wilde: De Daimonion van Socrates. Over religieuze ervaring en artistieke processen
Art, knowledge, and moral understanding Dr. Roger Marples Friday, April 25th 2014 VU University Amsterdam, Room TR-2B20 (Transitorium Building) 15:00 – 17:00 If you would like to attend please send an email to: email@example.com including your name and institutional affiliation (if any). Refreshments will be provided but unfortunately we cannot reimburse travel or accommodation.
ART as MATTER of AFFECT 10 December 2013 10am-1pm Sweelinckzaal, Drift 21, Utrecht Attendance is free, registration required: firstname.lastname@example.org This symposium will assess the effects of material and affective turns in contemporary cultural theory on the production and reception of art and visual practices, situating the aesthetic experience as a relationship between the human and non-human, … Continue reading Symposium ‘Art as a matter of affect’
We are inviting all those doing research in the philosophy of the arts to participate in a newly launched study group, under the aegis of the Dutch Research School Philosophy (OZSE): “Aesthetics/Philosophy of the Arts”. The Topic of the study group is: Philosophical research of aesthetic aspects of culture, and of the arts, from any … Continue reading Seminar ‘Can pornography be art?’
Program Art and War Conference Dutch Association of Aesthetics (Nederlands Genootschap voor Esthetica) Utrecht, Thursday 18 and Friday 19 april 2013 “After eighteen months of negotiation, on 11 April 1713 diplomats from all over Europe concluded a peace treaty in the Utrecht city hall, which had enormous consequences for the countries involved and their possessions … Continue reading Art & War Conference