May 30, ore 6.30pm
CONTEST GD4PHOTOART - V EDITION
Meeting with the selected artists.
In the frame of GD4PhotoArt, four curators and four young artists from all over the world talks about the future of photography, the changes in the production system, exploring the relationship between local and global tendencies.
LO STATO DELLA FOTOGRAFIA OGGI - The state of photography nowadays
A dialog with Urs Stahel
Marta Dahò (curator, Spagna), Lesley Martin (Aperture Foundation, New York, USA), Michiko Kasahara (Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Giappone), Rodrigo Gómez Rovira (Festival Internacional Fotografía Valparaíso, Cile).
QUATTRO FOTOGRAFI, QUATTRO MONDI - Four photographers, Four worlds
A dialog with con François Hébel
Mari Bastashevski (Danimarca-Russia), Sara Cwynar (Canada), Sohei Nishino (Giappone), Cristóbal Olivares (Cile), shortlisted at GD4PhotoArt.
June 7, 6.30pm
MAURIZIO LAZZARATO - THE MACHINE OF CONTEMPORARY CAPITALISM BETWEEN FINANCE, WORK, TECHNOLOGY AND POWER
Maurizio Lazzarato, a sociologist and philosopher, lives and works in Paris, where he conducts research on the transformation of work and the new forms of social movements. He is the author of several essays including The Man Made Workforce (2012), The Government of Indebted Man (2013), Marcel Duchamp and the Rejection of Work (2014). Introduce Urs Stahel
June 21, at 6.30 pm
WORDS: COMPRISING AND COMBATING THE PROPAGANDER TERRORIST
Philippe-Joseph Salazar is a French philosopher, a student of Jacques Derrida and Roland Barthes. Director from 1998 to 2004 of the Collège international de philosophie, is professor emeritus of Rhetoric at Cape Town University, South Africa, and holds seminars at universities all over the world. In 2015 he received the Prix Bristol des Lumières for his wartime essay. Introduce Urs Stahel
Conference in collaboration with the University of Bologna and the Italian Society for the Study of Literary Modernity "Literature Modernity and Visual Declinations"
10 am - VICTOR I. STOICHITA
ON VISUAL MODERNITY DEVICES.
FROM LEON BATTISTA ALTERTI TO ALFRED HITCHCOCK
Victor I. Stoichita is an ordinary professor of Modern Art History at the University of Freiburg and History of Forms at the University of Lugano Switzerland. He has been researching and teaching at numerous international institutions such as the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, the Berlin Wissenschaftskolleg, the Max-Planck-Institut in Rome. He has been Visiting Professor at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris, the Humanities Study School in Bologna and Harvard University (USA).
Following is a round table coordinated by Giuseppe Lupo
11.30 am - LIQUID SCRIPTURES, NETWORK SCRIPTURES
Alberto Bertoni, Marco Ferrario, Giulio Mozzi and Anna da Re
All the events are free with mandatory booking.
After each event, you can follow a guided tour of the "Image Strength" exhibition at the PhotoGallery of MAST.
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