Georg Morgenstiernes hus (kart)
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Hand Photogram, 1925
Estetisk Seminar er et tverrfaglig forum viet ny forskning i skjæringspunktet mellom estetisk teori, filosofi og praksis. Siden 1988 har Estetisk Seminar presentert en lang rekke gjesteforelesere fra hele verden, deriblant Paul Ricoeur, Jacques Derrida, Norman Bryson, Jean Starobinski, Julia Kristeva, Gayatri Spivak, Arthur Danto, Thierry de Duve, Sarat Maharaj, Michael Fried, John Rajchman, Boris Groys, Peter Kivy, Andrew Benjamin, Gianni Vattimo, Martin Seel, Hélène Cixous, Gernot Böhme, Gottfried Boehm, Mieke Bal, Peter Brooks, Hal Foster, WJT Mitchell, Mark B. Hansen, Eric Alliez, Lorraine Daston og Mark Wigley.
Estetisk Seminar organiserer en forelesningrekke hvert semester og er åpent for alle interesserte.
Estetisk seminar er et samarbeid mellom IFIKK, ILOS, IMV og IMK og ledes av Ina Blom, Andreas Nilsen Ervik, Erling Guldbrandsen, Liv Hausken, Christian Refsum, Eivind Røssaak, Knut Stene-Johansen og Ingvild Torsen
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In this lecture, Jennifer Wild (University of Chicago), will discuss image-making "from below" in the context of revolution, insurrection and technological change
In this lecture, Erik Steinskog (University of Copenhagen) will discuss afrofuturism in music and the relation between technology, aesthetics and history.
I denne forelesningen vil Erik Steinskog (Københavns Universitet) diskutere afrofuturisme i musikken og forholdet mellom teknologi, estetikk og historie.
Litteratur på Blå, i samarbeid med Estetisk seminar inviterer til samtale om Knut Stene-Johansens nye bok, «Smakens politikk».
In this lecture, Whitney Davis (Berkeley) will discuss the evolutionary modernity of picture-making in the human species.
In this lecture, Luciana Parisi (Goldsmiths University) will present a critique of technology that, originating from within computational media, makes it possible to discover forms of machine thinking that cannot simply be conflated with machine functions.
Space Colonization in the Age of the Anthropocene is a one-day symposium organized in connection with the exhibition The Moon. From Inner Worlds to Outer Space at the Henie Onstad Art Center (15.02-19.05.2019). 50 years after the first manned moon landing, the exhibition brings together art, cinema, music, architecture, cultural history, design and natural history. The symposium addresses the advent of a new space age from a variety of perspectives. Speakers: Peter Adey, Lorenz Engell, Jill Stuart, Cath le Couteur and Stefano Catucci
In this lecture, Daniel Heller-Roazen (Princeton University) discusses questions raised by the image of missing persons in literature ranging from the classical and medieval to the modern age.
In this lecture, Spyros Papapetros (Princeton) will discuss how a ritual practice such as magic can inform the history as well as present-day techniques of art and architecture.
Composers and musicians George Lewis and Rolf-Erik Nystrøm present the results from the two-day Ultima Festical workshop exploring how contemporary music can promote aesthetic diversity.
In this lecture, McKenzie Wark (New School of Social Research, New York), revisits economist and philosopher Alexander Bogdanov's early 20th century theories on climate change in order to rethink labor with nature in the age of the anthropocene. The Friday lecture is followed by a Saturday seminar on the art and politics of The Situationist Times.
In this lecture, Patrick Jagoda (University of Chicago) will discuss "gamification" - the impact of game-mechanics on a variety of social and cultural practices - by focusing on the experimental nature of videogames.
The symposium will explore differing conceptions of love in the Western cultural context. Speakers are Simon May (Kings College, London) as well as Unn Falkeid and Christian Refsum (University of Oslo)
In this guest lecture, philosopher and sociologist Maurizio Lazzarato will discuss the major topics of his ongoing intellectual project: capital and debt, time and temporality, and the ways in which these forces structure the social world.
Introduced and organized by Bruce Barnhart, ILOS.
The lecture will be held in French with parallel English translation by Francie Crebs. Q&A to follow!
In this lecture, Aron Vinegar, professor at the Dept. of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, will explore the question of "holding forth" that emerged in Roland Barthes' late lecture courses at the Collège de France (1977-80)
In this lecture, Michael Marder, Ikerbasque Research Professor of Philosophy at the University of the Basque Country, will discuss the art and aesthetics of plant life. The lecture is open for everyone, and will be followed by an informal reception.