THE LOGIC OF THE IMAGE

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THE LOGIC OF THE IMAGE

A CONVERSATION AND PODCAST SERIES (2016-17)

CURATED BY TAREK ELHAIK

WITH ARI CONTERATO

Anthropology of the Image Lab (AIL)

All on campus* events will take place from 11-12:30 in Young Hall 224-226

http://www.antimagelab.com

“It is very hard to ‘explain oneself—an interview, a

dialogue, a conversation.”

-Gilles Deleuze and Claire Parnet

Through monthly conversations between anthropologists, curators, artists, and art critics,

the series examines how images come into being, dwell, and generate difference at the

frontiers between the social sciences and the humanities.

PDF the-logic-of-the-image

 

September 21

(Kadist Art Foundation, SF)*

“The Secret”

Fiamma Montezemolo

Associate Professor, Cinema and Digital Media

University of California, Davis

 

October 28

“Curating Coevality”

Terry Smith

Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory

University of Pittsburgh

 

November 17

“Realizing the Witch”

Todd Meyers

Associate Professor, Anthropology

NYU Shanghai

 

December 2

“Sensible Life”

Emanuele Coccia

Associate Professor

École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales

 

January 11

“Agitating Images”

Craig Campbell

Associate Professor, Anthropology

University of Texas, Austin

 

February 6

“Aniconic Futures”

Laura Marks

Grant Strate University Professor, Contemporary Arts

Simon Fraser University

In conversation with

Mounir Fatmi

Artist, Paris/Tangier

 

March 6

“The Meditation Machine”

Alan Klima

Professor, Anthropology

University of California, Davis

 

March 30*

“On Landscape”

Viviano Gravano

Curator and Professor of Art History

Accademia di Belle Arti di Napoli

 

April 24

“Infrapolitics: An Image of Thought”

Alberto Moreiras

Professor, Hispanic Studies

Texas A&M University

 

May 8*

“A Line in the Sand”

Iain Chambers

Professor

Università degli Studi L’Orientale, Naples

 

June 5*

Silvia Gruner: New Photographic Work

Artist, Mexico City

October 2017

“Intensive Anthropos”

Keti Chukhrov

 

November 2017

“Images After Ethnos”

Tobias Rees

Associate Professor

McGill