Razgovor o knjizi Izgubljena umetnost Vesne Pavlović: Fotografija, izlaganje i arhiva

14.01.2019, 18:00

Galerija Artget
Ponedeljak, 14. januar 2019.
18.00 – Razgovor o knjizi Vesna Pavlović’s Lost Art: Photography, Display, and the Archive (Izgubljena umetnost Vesne Pavlović: Fotografija, izlaganje i arhiva)
Govore: prof. dr Morna O’Nil, urednica knjige, Ivan Manojlović, kustos izložbe, i autorka Vesna Pavlović
Konsekutivan prevod obezbeđen

Knjiga Izgubljena umetnost Vesne Pavlović: Fotografija, izlaganje i arhiva, kontekstualizuje fotografije i instalacije Vesne Pavlović i njihov odnos prema istoriji umetnosti, nasleđu Hladnog rata u Istočnoj Evropi, kao i prema savremenim izlagačkim praksama. Mnogi od njenih radova istražuju istoriju kroz lično iskustvo tražeći od gledaoca da sagleda utopijske impulse i prazne predstave mesta prikazivanja. Njene instalacije se oslanjaju na sinematični pristup mizanscenu koji nas podseća na percipiranu fotografsku „istinu“ i pitanja sećanja i reprezentacije. Knjiga, čija je urednica Morna O’Nil (Vejk Forest Univerzitet), sadrži pet eseja nagrađivanih istoričara umetnosti i kustosa (Pol Brajt, Katarina Karl, Džon Džej Krli, Morna O’Nil, Kristina Vilson), kao i portfolio umetnice. Ova knjiga, koju je opremila Stefani Sauer iz artlyrics-a, inauguralno  izdanje novog ambicioznog programa Hejns galerije, mesta za saveremenu umetnost Univeziteta Vejk Forest.

Zahvaljujemo na podršci Interdisciplinary Performance and the Liberal Arts Center (IPLACe) Univerziteta Vejk Forest, SAD.

 
The Artget Gallery
Monday, January 14th , 2019
18.00 –Conversation about Vesna Pavlović’s Lost Art: Photography, Display, and the Archive publication
Speakers: Prof. Morna O’Neill, PhD, book editor, Ivan Manojlović, curator, and the author Vesna Pavlović

Vesna Pavlović’s Lost Art: Photography, Display, and the Archive, contextualizes Pavlović’s photographs and installations in relationship to art history, the legacy of the Cold War in Eastern Europe, and contemporary display practices. Much of Pavlović’s work mines history and personal experience to ask the viewer to consider both the utopian impulses and, at times, empty pageantry of sites of display. Her plotting of installation draws upon a cinematic sense of mise-en-scene in a way that encourages us to question photography’s perceived “truth and related questions of memory and representation. Edited by Morna O’Neill (Wake Forest University), it features five essays by award-winning art historians and curators (Paul Bright, Catherine Carl, John Jay Curley, Morna O’Neill, Kristina Wilson) as well as an artist’s portfolio. Designed by Stephanie Sauer of artlyrics, this book is the inaugural offering in an ambitious new publication program undertaken by the Hanes Art Gallery, the venue for contemporary art at Wake Forest University.

Thanks to the Interdisciplinary Performance and the Liberal Arts Center (IPLACe) at Wake Forest University

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