International conference Visual Semantics-Visualizing Global Networks, Circulations, and Patterns

On June 13th and 14th at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, this international conference will discuss the potential of digital technology in renewing our understanding of artistic circulations and in the deployment of alternative narratives.

Visual Semantics – Visualizing Global Networks, Circulations, and Patterns

Chairs : Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Paula Barreiro López, Catherine Dossin. In his groundbreaking project, the Atlas Mnemosyne, Aby Warburg suggested that some shapes travel, passing times and cultures. On their way, accompanied by processes of mixture, borrowings, transfers and resemanticizations that contribute to their impact, they become acting symbols. Building on this idea, Herbert Read proposed … Continue reading Visual Semantics – Visualizing Global Networks, Circulations, and Patterns

Publication of REG|AC issue on Cold War networks and circulations: Cross-cultural Dialogues and Practices throughout the Global South (1957-1991)

The latest issue of REG|AC, Revista de Estudios Globales & Arte Contemporáneo, edited by Paula Barreiro López and Juliane Debeusscher, is available. It maps some of the cultural networks of the Cold War (1957-1991) developed through, or in contact with, the transantlantic south and the Pacific.

Through, from, to Latin America: Networks, circulations and artistic transits from the 1960s to the present

This 2-days conference in Lisbon (27-28 November 2017) aims at opening a critical space of debate to discuss the role of different forms of dislocation – such as artistic migrations, exiles, networking, circulations of ideas and theoretical articulations, artworks and exhibitions – in the shaping of contemporary art in and beyond Latin America.[:]

CFP International conference “Through, From, To Latin America”. Lisbon, 27-28 November 2017

Don’t hesitate to read, share and answer to the Call for Papers for the project “Through, From, To Latin America: Networks, circulations and artistic transits from the 1960s to the present”, conceived as an international conference and a set of workshops in the field of curating, artistic practice and art history.

Workshop – Mapping international circulations

Artl@s project in collaboration with MoDe(s) organizes a two-days workshop on digital and spatial methodologies at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris, focusing on issues raised by transnational history and the study of the international circulation of objects, people, linguistic expressions and artistic reputations.