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Tele-Visions - 2024

Télé-Visions (2024)

Technologies of Ubiquity in Visual Arts (19th-21st centuries)

Technologies de l’ubiquité dans les arts visuels (XIXe-XXIe siècle)

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Published on Thursday, January 18, 2024

Abstract

Investigating the influence of technologies of emission, transmission and reception in the visual arts and culture, this seminar proposes to federate a set of recent research on the relationship between art and technologies of remote viewing, from the 19th century to the present. Expanding on the theme of Tele-Visions and the impact of technologies of ubiquity in the visual arts, the association IMAGO-Visual Cultures have curated six sessions featuring international guests, with both researchers and artists.

Announcement

Presentation

Investigating the influence of technologies of emission, transmission and reception in the visual arts and culture, this seminar proposes to federate a set of recent research on the relationship between art and technologies of remote viewing, from the 19th century to the present. Expanding on the theme of Tele-Visions and the impact of technologies of ubiquity in the visual arts, the association IMAGO-Visual Cultures have curated six sessions featuring international guests, with both researchers and artists.

This year, our seminar will adopt a hybrid format, combing online and hybrid sessions at the Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA). 

Attendance

Zoom link for every session.

More info : https://imagocv.hypotheses.org/

Program

January 25

6 pm to 8 pm (CET), Online

  • John Durno (University of Victoria), Shapes Blown Apart: Telidon Art and the Struggle to Appropriate Canadian Videotex
  • Mikhel Proulx (Queen’s University), Technonationalism and Telematic Art in Canada: Vera Frenkel’s String Games (1974)
  • Hank Bull (Western Front), Conversation With…

February 9

6 pm to 8 pm (CET), Online

  • Sylvie Pierre (Université de Lorraine), Jean Christophe Averty : engagement et expérimentation à la télévision française

February 29

6 pm to 8 pm (CET), Online

  • Philip Glahn (Temple University) and Cary Levine (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), (In)Dividual Technologies: Televisual Embodiment in the Work of Mobile Image

March 18

6 pm to 8 pm, salle Walter Benjamin (Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art) and online

  • Noé Magetti (Université de Lausanne), La télé-vision comme machine narrative autour de 1900

April 19

6 pm to 8 pm, salle Walter Benjamin (Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art) and online

  • Marie Vicet (Université Paris Nanterre), Interventions d’artistes sur le Minitel en France (1983-1989)

May 2

6 pm to 8 pm (CET), Online

  • Lori Emerson (University of Colorado Boulder), The Material Lives of Phantasmic Networks

Event attendance modalities

Hybrid event (on site and online)


Date(s)

  • Thursday, January 25, 2024
  • Friday, February 09, 2024
  • Thursday, February 29, 2024
  • Monday, March 18, 2024
  • Monday, April 29, 2024
  • Thursday, May 02, 2024

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Keywords

  • archéologie, média, histoire de l'art, Histoire des techniques, télévision

Contact(s)

  • Association IMAGO
    courriel : imago [dot] tele [dot] visions [at] gmail [dot] com

Information source

  • Léa Dreyer
    courriel : imago [dot] tele [dot] visions [at] gmail [dot] com

License

CC0-1.0 This announcement is licensed under the terms of Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal.

To cite this announcement

« Tele-Visions - 2024 », Seminar, Calenda, Published on Thursday, January 18, 2024, https://doi.org/10.58079/vmam

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