Events - Art History, Aesthetics & Culture and Museology

Upcoming events

Thu 21 Sep
14:15-17:00 | Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Lionel Ruffel: Towards a Contemporary Imaginary of Publication
Aesthetic Seminar.
Thu 12 Oct
14:15-17:00 | Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Lutz Koepnick: Figures of Resonance: Reading at the Edges of Attention
Aesthetic Seminar.
Tue 31 Oct
14:15-17:00 | At Aros Aarhus Art Museum, Aros Allé 2, Aarhus C
Terry Smith: Deconstructive States in the Contemporary Condition
Aesthetic Seminar.
Thu 16 Nov
14:15-17:00 | Kunsthal Aarhus, J.M. Mørks Gade 13, Aarhus C
Mikkel Bolt: What’s the Relation Between ‘Contemporaneity’, the Capitalist Mode of Production and Contemporary Art?
Aesthetic Seminar.
Thu 30 Nov
14:15-17:00 | Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Hans Lauge Hansen: Erindringens etisk-politiske modalformer
Æstetisk Seminar.
Thu 07 Dec
14:15-17:00 | Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Thomas Hare: Zen in love, and Simon Roy Christensen: ‘Places of Not Doing’: Articulating Silences in Japanese Art
Two public lectures as a part of Simon Roy Christensen’s thesis seminar.

Past events

Thu 11 May
14:15-17:00 | At Kunsthal Aarhus, J.M. Mørks Gade 13, Aarhus C
Aesthetic Seminar. Signer's Temporalities
Inge Hinterwaldner is currently professor for modern and contemporary art in the Institute of Art and Visual History at the Humboldt University in Berlin
Thu 20 Apr
14:15-17:00 | at Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Nuilding 1584, Room 124
Aesthetic Seminar. Theory of the Gimmick
Sianne Ngai is Professor of English at Stanford University
Thu 30 Mar
14:15-17:00 | at Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Aesthetic Seminar. Who Carries the Weight of History? Artistic Responses to Colonial Ruin(action)s in the former Danish West Indies
Mathias Danbolt is an art historian with a special focus on queer, antiracist, and decolonial perspectives on contemporary art and performance.
Thu 09 Mar
14:15-17:00 | At Kunsthal Aarhus, J.M. Mørks Gade 13, Aarhus C
Aesthetic Seminar. Aesthetics at the Edge of the Human
David Roden has worked as a Lecturer and Associate Lecturer in Philosophy at the Open University. He is author of Posthuman Life: Philosophy at the Edge of the Human (published by Routledge 2014).
Tue 07 Mar
17:00-19:00 | Kunsthal Aarhus, J.M. Mørks Gade 13, 8000 Aarhus C
CURATOR TALK BY KRISTINE SIEGEL
The right thing at the wrong time is the wrong thing
Thu 09 Feb
14:15-17:00 | at Kasernen, Langelandsgade 139, Building 1584, Room 124
Aesthetic Seminar. The Medieval Religious Icon as Body – Spatial and Temporal Proximity as Foundation for an Alternative Ontology
Ane Petrea Danielsen. PhD student in Art History at Aarhus University in Denmark. Her Ph.D. project titled The Medieval Icon as Body studies the conceptualization of the religious icon as an acting bodily prosthesis for the divinity.
Fri 16 Dec
12:30-15:30 | Aarhus University, Kasernen, Building 1584, room 124, Langelandsgade 139, Aarhus C
PhD Defence: Chris Askholt Hammeken, MA
Chris Askholt Hammeken will be defending his dissertation. Unruly Ornament. On artificial moments in sixteenth-century visual art
Tue 13 Dec
13:15-16:15 | Aarhus University, Kasernen, building 1584, room 124, Langelandsgade 139, Aarhus C
PhD Defence: Jakob Rosendal, MA
Jakob Rosendal will be defending his dissertation. Overlooked Signs. On the Ideological Fantasies of Everyday Visual Culture
Thu 24 Nov
14:15-17:00 | Mogens Zielerstuen, Studenterhuset, AU, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2-4, 8000 Aarhus C
Aesthetic Seminar. Observing Ephemeral Music-making: Towards an Analytical Concept of Improvisation
Anders Eskildsen. PhD fellow in Musiocology at Aarhus University's Department of Communication and Culture, a musician and improviser, and a former visiting graduate studen at the University of California, San Diego.
Thu 17 Nov
14:15-17:00 | Mogens Zielerstuen, Studenterhuset, AU, Fredrik Nielsens Vej 2-4, 8000 Aarhus C
Aesthetic Seminar. 'The Two Cultures' Revisited: Reflections on the Hatred of Literature
William Marx. Professor of Comparative Literature at Paris Nanterre University, and a Honorary Fellow of the Institut universitaire de France and the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin.

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