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Upcoming lectures, seminars and conferences at The Sackler Research Forum
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Tue 24 May, 2016 Contemporaneity In South Asian Art
Speakers Include: Dr Manuela Ciotti,
How do specific contexts in which exhibitions of art from India have taken place around the world shape their reception and intervention? What politics of presence has the global circulation of art ou...
Wed 25 May, 2016 Medieval Work In Progress
Speakers Include: Prof. Emma Dillon,
While notated manuscript sources are the more usual focus of enquiry into medieval song culture, my research proposes an alternative source of sonic record: the objects with which song cohabited in co...
Wed 1 Jun, 2016 Art and Vision Science
Speakers Include: Prof. Whitney Davis,
In the context of current vigorous conversations between vision science, visual culture studies, and art history, the talk presents the counter-intuitive argument that some essential features of visua...
Tue 7 Jun, 2016 Lecture
Speakers Include: Dr Rachel Koopmans,
Thomas Becket’s miracles formed the chief subject of the early thirteenth-century stained glass installed in the ambulatory windows surrounding Becket’s magnificent shrine in the Trinity Chapel of...
Speakers Include: Anne Burns,
Selfies – or rather the popular conception of selfies, as problematic and trivial – demonstrate a connection between photographic practice and social discipline. My research has traced how...
Tue 14 Jun, 2016 Research Forum
Speakers Include: Dr Kersten Glandien,
Reflecting on the conceptual implications of the two major perception shifts in the arts since the Renaissance, this talk will examine the synaesthetic nature of SoundArt as nexus art. Referring to co...
Wed 15 Jun, 2016 Persian and Islamic Arts
Speakers Include: Dr Glaire D. Anderson,
There is a symbiotic relationship between design, art and visual culture, and the exact sciences, which is attested in early scientific objects from al-Andalus and in medieval Arabic texts. In this ta...
Wed 15 Jun, 2016 Renaissance
Speakers Include: Dr Nicola Jennings,
The paper proposes revisions to the chronology of the chapel’s construction, its layout, the identities of the effigies, and the locus of production of the carved retable, as well as re- interpretin...