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Borders, Displacement and Creation. Questioning the Contemporary

Borders, Displacement and Creation. Questioning the Contemporary

International Conference & International Summer University

International Conference & International Summer University

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Publié le vendredi 26 août 2011 par Karim Hammou

Résumé

In September 2011, Porto will be the stage for an International Conference & International Summer University under the theme Borders, Displacement and Creation. Questioning the Contemporary. It will be focusing on the encounter between Contemporary Political Philosophy and Aesthetics, with the contribution of several scientific fields within the Social Sciences and the Humanities. The Conference will be held on the 29th, 30th, 31st August, 3rd and 4th September at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto, and on the 1st and 2nd September at Serralves Auditorium. Museum of Contemporary Art.

Annonce

In September 2011, Porto will be the stage for an International Conference & International Summer University under the theme Borders, Displacement and Creation. Questioning the Contemporary. It will be focusing on the encounter between Contemporary Political Philosophy and Aesthetics, with the contribution of several scientific fields within the Social Sciences and the Humanities.

This scientific meeting is hosted by the University of Porto, and is organized by a network constituted by the Department of Philosophy of the University of Porto (Professor Eugénia Vilela), through the Aesthetics, Politics and Art Research Group (Institute of Philosophy – University of Porto), Portugal; the Department of Philosophy of the University of Paris 8 – Vincennes (Professor Alain Brossat); TERRA, Transeuropeennes (Professor Rada Ivekovic), France; the Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies of the National Chiao Tung University (Professor Joyce C.H. Liu and Professor Yuan Horng Chu), Taiwan; the French Association Ici et ailleurs – pour une philosophie nomade; as well as other academic partnerships in and out of Europe (the University of Weimar, Germany; the Copenhagen Royal Academy of Arts; the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Moscow; the École Normale Supérieure de Port-au-Prince, Haiti; the University of Tokyo, Japan; the National University of Taipei, Taiwan). This network was established in 2005 and has been growing and expanding since then, through numerous collaborations and through the organization of a biennial encounter (Yilan, Taiwan, 2005; Chilhac, France, 2007; Hsinchu, Taiwan, 2009; Porto, Portugal, 2011).

The Conference will be held on the 29th, 30th, 31st August, 3rd and 4th September at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto, and on the 1st and 2nd September at Serralves Auditorium.Museum of Contemporary Art.

Program 

August, 29

Plenary Sessions. Anfiteatro Nobre. Faculty of Arts. University of Porto

14h30 Opening Session

15h00 Seismographic silences. Displacement, bodies and resistance. Eugénia Vilela, University of Porto. Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. Portugal

15h40 Debate

15h50 Pause

PANEL 1 Departing Points: Art, Movement, Creation

  • 16h30 Urban Actions: poetry and politics in public space. Brígida Campbell, Federal University of Minas Gerais. Brazil
  • 16h55 Justine or Juliette: Questioning the world? Jean Claude Noel, University of Paris 8. France / National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 17h20 Deciphering the Now – New Babylon. Marina Freire da Cunha Vianna, University of São Paulo. Brazil
  • 17h55 Take Shape: three creations of Beatriz Albuquerque. Rita Xavier Monteiro, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy.University of Porto. Portugal

18h20 Debate

18h50 Pause

PANEL 2 Thinking the Contemporary. Worlds, Problems, Virtualities

  • 16h30 The Actuality of Life in Goethe's Natural Science, Alexandra Heimes, Potsdam/Frankfurt (Oder). Germany
  • 16h55 The Platonic Ideas in Schopenhauer: an atheistic theory of the species at the ground of an aesthetic theory of archetypes. Maria Matos Graça, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 17h20 Hyperreflexivity versus Diminished Ipseity: the Pathological Side of Sartrean’s Account of Imaginative Consciousness, Clara Morando, University of Porto. Portugal
  • 17h55 The empty space, Sílvia Bento, University of Porto. Portugal

18h20 Debate

18h50 Pause

PANEL 3 Displacing Borders. Experiencing the Limit

  • 16h30 Time of Creation and movement of history. Maria José Barbosa, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 16h55 The time of the others: cities and memory. About literature, archives and hermeneutics. Pedro Lopes Almeida, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 17h20 Displacing the thought. Remarks on the Possibility of Thinking the Teaching of Philosophy in Contemporaneity. Rodrigo Pelloso Gelamo, State University Paulista. Brazil
  • 17h55 Biographematic of Mr. Educator – the creation of a quotidian displacement. Marcos da Rocha Oliveira, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil

18h20 Debate

18h50 Pause

PANEL 4 Mapping Territories: Shapes, Conjunctions

  • 16h30 International Year of Afro-Descendents. Catarina Gomes, Centre for Social Studies (AI). University of Coimbra. Portugal
  • 16h55 Invisible territories: space, displacement and memory. Ana Paula Oliveira, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • Panel: The Archive, Event, and Catastrophe: Questions of the After-image - A point of view from the Contemporary
  • 17h20 Sense the event or sense the images? The visual culture of catastrophe between Taiwan and Japan, Kuan Hsiu-Hui, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 17h55 Unauthorized archive-the profane illumination in Chen Chieh-jen´s works, Chou Yu-Ling, University of London. England

18h20 Debate

18h50 Pause

19h00 Welcome reception

August, 30

Plenary Sessions. Anfiteatro Nobre. Faculty of Arts. University of Porto

  • 9h30 Facing The Sea, Becoming The West: The Imagination of Maritime Nation and the Discourse of Asia in 19th Century Japan, Hung Yueh Lan, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 10h10 Crisis of modernity and new education practices: some effects of the displacement from discipline to control. Alfredo Veiga-Neto, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil

10h50 Debate

  • 11h10 Relation to self, relation to the other: contemporary modalities of the construction of the self between visible and invisible borders. Christine D. Momberger, University of Paris 13. France
  • 11h50 Distentio animi. Being a stranger to oneself (Fragments on the contemporary «experience»). Plínio Prado, University of Paris 8. France

12h30 Debate

12h50 Lunch

PANEL 1 Departing Points: Art, Movement, Creation

  • 14h30 Saul Bass or the art of titling the border. Joachim Dupuis, University of Paris 8. France
  • 14h55 In pain and trouble of a body: performance and sadomasochism. Nathanaël Wadbled, University of Paris 8. France
  • 15h20 Gogol Bordello: "beyond the mosaics and the melting pot". Sandra Bettencourt, University of Coimbra. Portugal
  • 15h45 “remote control, remove control", about isolation in times of global communication. Fernando José Pereira, University of Porto. Portugal

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 Sophia and the murmuring of the Gods. Nuno Santos Silva, University of Porto. Portugal
  • 17h15 Considerations on the concept of medium in Giorgio Agamben and Rosalind Krauss. Pedro A. H. Paixão, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 17h40 Life: Poetry. Lúcia Evangelista, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 18h05 The border of speech. Beckett, last writings (1980-1989). Sara Fadabini, University of Paris 8. France

18h30 Debate

19h00 End of panel

PANEL 2 Thinking the Contemporary. Worlds, Problems, Virtualities

  • 14h30 Wandering on a cinematic night; the contemporary with no maps. Cíntia Gil ,Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 14h55 From Metaphor to Metamorphosis – What is Creation in the Contemporary World. Rachel Hui-Yu, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 15h20 Cooperation or Trans-differentiation? On the In-formal rendering of Neuro-scientific Apparatus. Yang Chen Han, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 15h45 Extemporary, late, irrelevant: three concepts to think the contemporary. Dênis Francisco, Federal University of Minas Gerais. Brazil

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 How to resist the language and time hegemony of the information techno-economic paradigm? Adrien Péquignot / Denis Viennet, University of Paris 8. France
  • 17h15 Thinking and contemporaneity and extemporaneous thinking and fabulations. Renata Lima Aspis, State University of Campinas. Brazil
  • 17h40 The dispositif as an image of thought: the repetition of the difference in Michel Foucault. Kailin Yang, Taipei National University of the Arts. Taiwan
  • 18h05 Bataillian synchronic disillusionment through flesh. Ana Isabel Mouta, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal

18h30 Debate

19h00 End of panel

PANEL 3 Displacing Borders. Experiencing the Limit

  • 14h30 Identity Crossings and Transcultural Borders. Yang Lian’s Choice to Live-in-between. Sabrina Merolla, University of Macerata. Italy / ‘L’Orientale’ University of Napoli. Italy
  • 14h55 The relation of the self with the other: towards transnationality. Helena Prado, École des Hautes Études en Science Sociales. France / State University of Campinas. Brazil
  • 15h20 Inhabiting the Border: Celebrating Borders as a “Place/Non-Place” of Metamorphosis. Alain Naze, University of Paris 8. France
  • 15h45 The Space Management in Colombia. Pablo Andrés Gómez Granda University of Paris 8. France

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 Heterotopia & ortotopia. The body as a border. Miguel Ángel Marín Bonaque, University of València. Spain
  • 17h15 Meanings of “mental health” in contemporary times. Valentin Schaepelynck, University of Paris 8. Zones d’attraction. France
  • 17h40 Ab/Normal1 in the Nineteenth Century Russia: The (Holy) Fool as A Cultural Paradigm for Contemplation of the Stigma, Ming-Hui Huang, University of Sheffield. United Kingdom
  • 18h05 From the criminal recidivist to the subject of interest - on the evolution of identity practices and the constitution of knowledge. Rossana Mendes Fonseca, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal

18h30 Debate

19h00 End of panel

PANEL 4 Mapping Territories: Shapes, Conjunctions

  • 14h30 The Dilemmas of the Border Theory of José David Saldívar and Gloria Anzaldúa. Myoung Ah Shin, Kyung Hee University. South Korea.
  • 14h55 Foucault: Therapeutics and Biopolitics, Marcos Nalli, State University Londrina. Brazil
  • 15h20 The chinese temptation: Enlightenment against its own border. Julien Quelennec University of Paris 8. France / National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 15h45 Urban “ReXistances”: profane arts and ways of subjectivity in focus. Andréa Vieira Zanella, Federal University of Santa Catarina. Brazil

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 Transnational social space over time. A case study on migrants from the Azores to Quebec (Canada). Ana Gherghel / Josiane Le Gall, University of Azores. Portugal / University of Quebec. Canada
  • 17h15 The contemporary political problem of the migration: between sovereignty and cosmopolitanism. Carlos Enrique Ruiz Ferreira, State University of Paraíba. Brazil
  • 17h40 From Spanish Aioun to Moroccan Aioun, when a Saharan Aioun? Jose Ignacio Benito Climent, Spain
  • 18h05 The disconstructing of the necessary condition of adversial model of politics. Su Kuei-han, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan

18h30 Debate

19h00 End of panel

August, 31

Plenary Sessions Anfiteatro Nobre. Faculty of Arts. University of Porto

  • 9h30 Crossroads and borders: a challenge to sociology of culture. João Teixeira Lopes, University of Porto. Portugal
  • 10h10 Languages of Resistance. Andreas Hetzel, Darmstadt University. Germany  / Klagenfurt University. Austria

10h50 Debate

  • 11h10 The check-point or the the management of permeability. Olivier Razac, École Nationale d’Administration Pénitentiaire. France
  • 11h50 Resistance and Border Crossing: Regimes of Displacement and Forms of Ethical and Political Existence around the Indian British Rule. Orazio Irrera, University of Paris 7. France

12h30 Debate

12h50 Lunch

PANEL 1, Departing Points: Art, Movement, Creation

  • 14h30 Wild / Home: how David Lynch makes a mockery of territorial unity to stand against disciplinary partition. Marion Delage de Luget, University of Paris 8. France
  • 14h55 The Moving. Alexandre Constanzo, École Supérieure d’Art d’Annecy. France
  • 15h20 Immunity boundaries. From State's racism to illusion research. Alberto Serrano Roig, Spain
  • 15h45 Artivism: Engagement in Contemporary Art. Ana Beatriz Cavani Porto, State University of Campinas. Brazil

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

Panel: The Place of displacement: A Theatrical Detour in late 60s Japan and late 80s Taiwan

  • 16h50 This Body Trembled for Ex-cursion: the place of resistance during the late 80s Taiwanese Fringe Theatre. Ko-Lun Chen, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 17h15 Les Chants de Maldoror in post-war Japan. Liang-Yen Liu, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 17h40 Dancing into the Light: a trace of Kazuo Ohno's Butoh. Jhih-You Huang, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan

End of Panel: The Place of displacement: A Theatrical Detour in late 60s Japan and late 80s Taiwan

  • 18h05 Spaces of singularity: creation, borders and displacements in experiences with urban interventions. Maria Thereza Azevedo, University of São Paulo. Brazil
  • 18h30 The caricaturing performance as creative and critical means of inquiring about the contemporary. Juan Carlos Guerrero Hernández, State University of New York. United States of America

18h55 Debate

19h25 End of panel

PANEL 2 Thinking the Contemporary. Worlds, Problems, Virtualities

  • 14h30 Polemos and the ending of aesthetics in Heiddeger's thought. Jorge Leandro Rosa, University Lusófona. Portugal
  • 14h55 There’s no accounting for taste? An objection observing Monroe Beardsley, David Hume and George Dickie. Nuno Fadigas, Higher Education Institute of Management and Tourism. Portugal
  • 15h20 The judgement of taste and its objects - considerations on the «First Part» of the Critique of the Power of Judgement. João Lemos, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 15h45 The end of Art, tediousness and the poverty of everyday life. Guy Débord's work as a centerpiece for a hermeneutics of the Contemporary. Eurico de Carvalho, University of Porto. Portugal

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 Territory and its constitution: between depth and surface. Leonel Duarte Santos, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group, Portugal. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 17h15 The role of criticism on the dynamics of relations between subject and truth. Thiago Canonenco Naldinho, State University of Londrina. Brazil
  • 17h40 Putting the Event in its Place: Territories, Bodies, Thresholds. Félix Rebolledo, Concordia University of Montreal. Canada
  • 18h05 Geophilosophy, capitalism and space. Zamara Araújo, State University of Sudoeste of Bahia. Brazil/ State University of Campinas. Brazil / University of Paris X. France
  • 18h30 Life at the Limit of its Emergence - Simondon and the Contemporary. Christoph Brunner, Zurich University of Arts. Switzerland and Concordia University Montreal. Canada

18h55 Debate

19h25 End of panel

PANEL 3 Displacing Borders. Experiencing the Limit

  • 14h30 Wind in: breathless poetics and politics. Susana Oliveira Dias / Sheyla Cristina Smanioto Macedo, State University of Campinas. Brazil / State University of Campinas. Brazil
  • 14h55 The transition from the symbolic body to the sleeping body: gaps that reflect the presence of natural body. Raquel Célia Silva de Vasconcelos / José Wagner de Almeida Federal University of Ceará. Brazil / Federal University of Ceará. Brazil
  • 15h20 On Political relevance: Facing W. G. Sebald. André Dias, University Nova de Lisboa. Portugal
  • 15h45 Contemporary textualities: text, image and peripheral culture. Júlia Almeida, Federal University of Espírito Santo. Brazil

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 Border Crossing as Art. Zoran Poposki, EuroBalkan Institute. Macedonia
  • 17h15 John Cage, a nomadic musician in complex borders. Isabel Azevedo, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal
  • 17h40 The war on terror and the ethical turn in politics:  Reflection on the death of Osama bin Laden. Francesca Pierini, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 18h05 A genealogy of anarchist thinking about the “border” and its actuality. Yusuke Katakura, University of Paris 8. France
  • 18h30 Shout and listening in the world of crazy people: do they still interrogate us?  Tania Mara Galli Fonseca, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul.Brazil

18h55 Debate

19h25 End of panel

PANEL 4 Mapping Territories: Shapes, Conjunctions

  • 14h30 Migrant silences: biographical research and ecology of knowledge in am ethnographic field. Elsa Lechner, Centre for Social Studies. University of Coimbra. Portugal
  • 14h55 Foreign Spouse and Marriage Satisfaction. Barry Shiaw-Chian Fong, National Chengchi University. Taiwan
  • 15h20 Politics of Love, Community of Lovers? A Queer (Asocial) Engagement with Recent Theories of Love. Wei-cheng Chu, National Taiwan University. Taiwan
  • 15h45 Cartography: a tool box… Céline Belledent, University of Saint-Etienne. France

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 Korean Nomadism-from "striated" masses to "smooth"(pseudo-)tribes since the 1990s. Changnam Lee, Hanyang University. South Korea
  • 17h15 In search of the political from classes to masses: tentatives of Louis Althusser and Étienne Balibar. Yusuke Ota, University of Paris 8. France and University of Tokyo. Japan
  • 17h40 Derrida’s unconditional democracy. Maíra Matthes, Catholic Pontifical University of Rio de Janeiro. Brazil

Panel: The politics of radical democracy

  • 18h05 The imaginary grounds of political borders. Jan Schäfer / Felix Trautmann / Marc Ziegler, Technical University of Darmstadt. Germany / University of Frankfurt-Main. Germany
  • 18h35 Fortress Europe and the limits of democracy. Jan Schäfer / Felix Trautmann / Marc Ziegler, Technical University of Darmstadt. Germany / University of Frankfurt-Main. Germany

18h55 Debate

19h25 End of panel

September, 1

Plenary Sessions Auditorium. Serralves Museum of Contemporary Arts

  • 9h30 The limits of “democratic interventionism". Goran Fejic, Political analyst and former diplomat. France
  • 10h10 Closure of meaning; borders of politics. Philippe Caumières, France

10h50 Debate

  • 11h10 The time of the contemporary. José Gil, University Nova de Lisboa. Portugal
  • 11h50 Creation and contemporaneity. Ana Godinho, University Nova de Lisboa. Portugal

12h30 Debate

12h50 Lunch

  • 14h20 Borders, territory, security, sovereignty. Didier Bigo, King's College London. United Kingdom
  • 15h00 Border Start in the body: the difference of being Peruvian immigrant in Chile. Maria Emília Tijoux, University of Chile. Chile

15h40 Debate

  • 16h00 Human rights, migration and mobility: European Dilemmas in Sovereignty. Elsepth Guild, University of Nijmegen. Netherlands
  • 16h40 Questioning the exotism. Christiane Vollaire, France

17h20 Debate

17h40 Pause

20h30 l 23h59 Cinema Cycle

Tomorrow never comes until it's too late

September, 2

Plenary Sessions Auditorium. Serralves Museum of Contemporary Arts

  • 9h30 Wayward Great Firewall and Internally Displaced Grievances. Yuan Horng Chu, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 10h10 Think the Subject, observe the Border, describe the World. Three Challenges for a Decentred Anthropology. Michel Agier, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales. France

10h50 Debate

  • 11h10 Who killed Walter Benjamin?  Alain Brossat, University of Paris 8. France
  • 11h50 Rethinking Borders, Violence, Time, and Space. Julie Mostov, Drexel University. United States of America

12h30 Debate

12h50 Lunch

  • 14h20 The Taiwan Question: Demilitarized Borders Intervened, Inverted and Displaced. Joyce Liu, National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan
  • 15h00 Translation and Bordering. Naoki Sakai, Cornell University. United States of America

15h40 Debate

  • 16h00 Displacement in Eurasia. Rada Ivekovic, TERRA, Transeuropeennes. France
  • 16h40 Redrawing of boundaries of work and political issues, Sidi Mohammed Barkat, University of Sorbonne. France

17h20 Debate

17h40 Pause

20h30 l 23h59  Cinema Cycle

Tomorrow never comes until it's too late

September, 3

Plenary Sessions. Anfiteatro Nobre. Faculty of Arts. University of Porto

  • 9h30 Lines between images and the intensive. Antônio Carlos Amorim, State University of Campinas. Brazil
  • 10h10 Bodies of silence or a dancing incursion. Né Barros, balleteatro / Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal

10h50 Debate

  • 11h10 Literatures and Politics of the Whole-World. Luca Salza, University of Lille 3. France
  • 11h50 Art as questioning the border. Ricardo Arcos-Palma, National University of Colombia. Colombia

12h30 Debate

12h50 Lunch

PANEL 1 Departing Points: Art, Movement, Creation

  • 14h30 Daily suffering on aesthetics of the flagrant: to see and to be seen on contemporary photojournalism. Paulo Bernardo Ferreira / Angie Biondi , University of Minas Gerais. Brazil / University of Minas Gerais. Brazil
  • 14h55 Africas in winds: photography and fabulation in postcards creation. Alik Wunder, Catholic Pontifical University of Campinas. Brazil
  • 15h20 Literary Narrative, Identity and Otherness: the singularity of the reading of the Capeverdean look. Élter Manuel Carlos, University of Santiago. Cape Verde
  • 15h45 Pascal Quignard's la frontiere and the azulejos of the Fronteira Palace in Lisbon. Françoise Bouvier, Association Ici et Ailleurs. France

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 “Variando de vários": Waly Salomão and the production of states of subjectivity in the contemporary, Rosane Preciosa, University of Juiz de Fora. Brazil
  • 17h15 Reflection and Implementation of the Curatorial Practice: New Exhibitions and alternative circuits. Diego Salcedo Fidalgo, University Jorge Tadeo Lozano. Colombia
  • 17h40 Thicker lines, stronger shapes. Art in-between borderlines. Miguel Leal, University of Porto, Portugal
  • 18h05 Contemporary Cinemas – How Digital Age Realtime Biopics affect History-in-the-making. Paula Albuquerque, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal

18h30 Debate

19h00 Pause

PANEL 2 Thinking the Contemporary. Worlds, Problems, Virtualities

  • 14h30 Dis-Emplacement. Contemporary Border Regimes and the Question of Political Subjectivity. Andreas Oberprantacher, University of Innsbruck. Austria
  • 14h55 Topolitics versus membrane. Phillipe Roy, University of Paris 8. France
  • 15h20 Spatio-temporal question of contemporaneity - two modes of space control. Shu Hirata, University of Paris 8. France
  • 15h45 Presenting the Scission: towards an (im)possible beginning. Luís Carneiro, Aesthetics, Politics and Arts Research Group. Institute of Philosophy. University of Porto. Portugal

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

Panel: Bordering the Void

  • 16h50 Contemporaneity and inactuality. Bruno Besana, University of Paris 8. France / Versus Laboratory. Germany
  • 17h15 Does the void have a border? Tzuchien Tho, University of Georgia. United States of America / École Normale Superieure. France
  • 17h40 The void of the distance taken: Althusser on the topography of philosophy. Ozren Pupovac, Open University. United Kingdom / Versus Laboratory. Germany
  • End of Panel: Bordering the Void
  • 18h05 The possibility of new spaces of freedom in the present time and creation of different connections with bodies and pleasures. Erinç Aslanboga, University of Paris 8. France

18h30 Debate

19h00 Pause

PANEL 3 Displacing Borders. Experiencing the Limit

  • 14h30 Education and Questioning of the Contemporary. Sônia Maria Clareto, Federal University of Juiz de Fora. Brazil
  • 14h55 Valéry-Deleuze method: a drama in the intellectual education comedy. Sandra Mara Corazza, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil
  • 15h20 Teacher-Rhizome: individuate oneself and become what one is. Claudia Madruga Cunha, Federal University of Paraná. Brazil
  • 15h45 The Relevance of the Aesthetic Paradigm in Contemporary Reconfigurations of Educational, Ethical and Social Philosophy. Carlos Alexandre Bellino de Albuquerque Sacadura, University of Cabo Verde. Cape Verde

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 Learning beyond clichés. Karen Elisabete Rosa Nodari, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Brazil
  • 17h15 Create procedure Deleuze. Sônia Regina da Luz Matos, University of Caxias do Sul. Brazil
  • 17h40 Through Creation one Resists. Alda Regina Tognini Romaguera, State University of Campinas. Brazil
  • 18h05 Fabulation and borders and displacements in the contemporary. Davina Marques, University of São Paulo. Brazil

18h30 Debate

19h00 Pause

PANEL 4 Mapping Territories: Shapes, Conjunctions

  • 14h30 World Ant Farm:  To discuss mobility, frontiers and cities. Ludmila Brandão, Federal University of Mato Grosso. Brazil
  • 14h55 Contemporary itineraries to a contemporary space. Ana Roseira Rodrigues, University of Porto. Portugal
  • 15h20 Betweenspaces: cosmetic otherness, comfort and intensive emptiness in the contemporany. Maria Luísa Magalhães Nogueira / Jardel Sander, Federal University of Minas Gerais. Brazil / Catholic Pontifical University of Minas Gerais. Brazil
  • 15h45 Provincializing the French Revolution: The Haitian Revolutian and the Studies of Western History in Korea. Ha, Young Jun, Hanyang University. South Korea

16h10 Debate

16h40 Pause

  • 16h50 The migrant seen as revolutionary subject. Michael Kühn, Leibniz University of Hannover. Germany
  • 17h15 A Foucauldian look on organic foods. Pedro Ivo Alves Lima Zecchin, University of Paris 8. France
  • 17h40 ‘Learned’ from Las Vegas  The Contemporary Space and The Hypermodernity Trauma. Inês Alves, University of Porto. Portugal
  • 18h05 The Alternative Economic Logic of the For-profit and Non-profit Art Business - A Return Visit of Case Study: VT Art Salon. Chung-Chen Lu, Taung-hai University. Taiwan

18h30 Debate

19h00 Pause

20h00 l 20h30 Choreographic Project

Untraceable Patterns

20h45 Evening meeting

September, 4

Plenary Sessions. Anfiteatro Nobre. Faculty of Arts. University of Porto

  • 9h30 Nomadism and Capitalist Axiomatics. Contemporary subjectivation modes in question. Hélio Rebello Jr., State University Paulista. Brazil
  • 10h10 Towards a phenomenological poetry of the body. Carlos Eduardo Sanabria, University Jorge Tadeo Lozano. Colombia

10h50 Debate

  • 11h10 Ruins and death as art object. José Maria Costa Macedo, University of Porto. Portugal
  • 11h50 To see not to see. Fernanda Bernardo, University of Coimbra. Portugal
  • 12h30 The Trans/National Study of Culture and The Institutions of Human Speciation. Jon Solomon, University Lille 3. France

13h30 Debate

13h30 Closing Session

Conference Events

29th of August – 02nd of September 9h00 – 17h00 Bibliographic Installation-Exhibition. Between the archive and the exhibition: anachronic itineraries in the contemporary

Programme: Eugénia Vilela | Pedro Almeida | Luís Carneiro | Rossana Mendes Fonseca

Library. Faculty of Arts. University of Porto

01st of September – 02nd of September 20h30 – 23h59 Cinema Cycle. Tomorrow never comes until it's too late

  • Programmers: Eugénia Vilela and Cátia Salgueiro
  • Invited directors: Pilar Monsell. Spain & Kolin Kobayashi. Japan
  • Invited artist: Philippe Bazin

03rd of September 20h00 – 20h30

  • Choreographic Project. Untraceable Patterns
  • Choreography and performer: Né Barros.
  • Composer and musician: Gustavo Costa.
  • Light Design: Alexandre Vieira
  • Production Balleteatro

03rd of September 20h45 Evening meeting, Auditorium.balleteatro

Lieux

  • (Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto, and on the 1st and 2nd September at Serralves Auditorium. Museum of Contemporary Art)
    Porto Alegre, Brésil

Dates

  • vendredi 02 septembre 2011
  • samedi 03 septembre 2011
  • lundi 29 août 2011
  • dimanche 04 septembre 2011
  • mardi 30 août 2011
  • mercredi 31 août 2011
  • jeudi 01 septembre 2011

Mots-clés

  • borders, displacement, creation, contemporary

Contacts

  • Professor Eugénia Vilela
    courriel : bordersconferenceporto2011 [at] gmail [dot] com

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Eugénia Vilela
    courriel : bordersconferenceporto2011 [at] gmail [dot] com

Pour citer cette annonce

« Borders, Displacement and Creation. Questioning the Contemporary », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le vendredi 26 août 2011, http://calenda.org/205113