This spring, the section for modern and contemporary art of the OSK is organizing online events to facilitate interaction and exchange in between PhDs of the various universities in the Netherlands. We are planning two evenings, on April 12 and May 10 (7 pm), at each of which PhD candidates from different universities give brief 10-minute presentations on their research, followed by a Q&A, and a subsequent possibility to meet up in smaller groups around specific topics and concerns.
12 April 2021
- Anna-Rosja Haveman (RUG)
Nature, Crisis, and Creativity – The Landscape of the Northern Netherlands as Critical Material: from Abstract to Activist Art
- Xiaobai Chen (UU)
The role of the buffer zone: the potential high-rise buildings’ risk of the buffer zone of the Ancient City of Pingyao (China).
- Ulrike Hahn (EUR)
Climate Change & Visual Art
10 May 2021
- Mehmet Sulek (UvA)
Cartographies of Art History: Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne Atlas (1924-1929) and Contemporary Curatorial Practices
- Wan-Yin Chen (VUA)
Art in the post-media era: an East Asian perspective.
- Liang-Kai Yu, (UL)
Queering the Museum explores artistic and curatorial interventions into Dutch and other international museums through the lens of queer feminist critique.
- Carlijn Juste (RUG)
New Media Art in the Museum Environment. Strategies for the Exhibition of Interactive, Digital, and Immaterial Objects in the Contemporary Art Museum.
- Noortje de Leij (UvA)
The political aesthetic of the journal for art criticism and theory ‘October’ [tbc]
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