Lecture Series Spring 2022
We are delighted to welcome Professor Katerina Kolozova, Institute of Social Science and Humanities, Skopje, N. Macadonia, with respondent Alice Rekab, artist, researcher and educator based in Dublin, Ireland, to kick off our series on February 24, 2022.
This will be followed by Gean Moreno, Director of the Knight Foundation Art and Research Center at ICA Miami, with respondent Jaleh Monsoor, Associate Professor, Dept. of Art, Visual Art and Theory, UBC, Canada on March 17; and finally Tony Bogues, Professor of Humanities and Critical Theory at Brown University, with respondent James Trafford, Reader in Philosophy and Design at the University of the Creative Arts, UK, on April 7.
February 24 at 12PM
Artifices, Arts and Artificiality: Revisiting Aristotle’s notion of Technē and Reinventing its Interpretative Potential
Dr. Katerina Kolozova
Senior researcher and professor at the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje, and visiting faculty at Arizona State University, Center for Philosophical Technologies. At the Faculty of Media and Communications, Belgrade, she teaches contemporary political philosophy.
Dr. Alice Rekab is an artist, researcher and educator based in Dublin. Their practice is concerned with expressions and iterations of complex cultural and personal narratives.
March 17 at 12PM
The Last Revolutionaries: Artists in Times of Rectification
Gean Moreno is Director of the Knight Foundation Art + Research Center at ICA Miami, and part of the institution’s curatorial team. He has organized exhibitions dedicated to the work of Hélio Oiticica, Terry Adkins, Larry Bell, Ettore Sottsass, and others.
Dr. Jaleh Mansoor is an associate professor of Art History at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
April 7 at 12PM
Art and History: Reframing Aesthetics and Politics - A Reflection on Haitian art
Dr. Anthony Bogues is a writer, scholar and curator. He has published 9 books in the fields of political thought and critical theory, Caribbean intellectual history and Caribbean art. He is currently working on a book titled Black Critique and a book/sonic project on politics and music in Jamaica during the 1970’s.
Dr. James Trafford is Reader in Philosophy and Design at University for the Creative Arts, London.