Representations of Violence and the Eye of the Beholder (1600-today)

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GEMS’s own Kornee van der Haven and Yannice De Bruyn, in cooperation with Karel Vanhaesebrouck (ULB/VUB/RITCS), organise the specialist course ‘Representations of Violence and the Eye of the Beholder (1600-today)’. Enabled by the Doctoral Schools, this specialist course will take place on 28 and 29 March 2019. Its focus is on how violence is represented in works of art from 1600 onwards; what it means to look at violence; and social, cultural and ethical questions concerning the representation of (extreme) violence today and during various historical periods.

This specialist course is intended for PhD students at both academic and artistic institutions, and artists. It intends to create an intense dialogue between researchers and artists, and focuses on a close interaction with art works from today and historic periods alike. Parallel to the specialist course, an exhibition will be shown in the Vandenhove Paviljoen in Ghent. A visit to the exhibition and dialogue with some of the participating artists is part of the specialist course.

More information can be found here. For more information and registration, please contact Yannice De Bruyn.

The image is from Simon Pummell’s ATLAS FOR INANIMATE BODIES.

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