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European Art and Philosophy since 1945

Deadline: April 20, 2011

European Art and Philosophy since 1945 at the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC)
As part of the 2011 SECAC Annual Conference devoted to text and texture, this panel proposes to consider parallel developments in European art and philosophy since 1945. The conference willexamine the exchanges that took place between European thinkers and artists who were products of similar zeitgeist and often belonged to the same social and cultural circles. The objective of the conference is to highlight the multiple ways their intellectual and artistic creations echoed and/or influenced one another. The critical analyses of the direct interactions between postwar European artists and philosophers can lead to a more nuanced understanding of the artistic and philosophical landscape of the period and thereby advance both art history and philosophy. Presentations that address the dynamic relationships between European art and philosophy in all their varied aspects are welcome.

Papers might proceed along three axes of investigation: examination of European thinkers’ writings on European artists (i.e. Sartre writing on Wols, Eco on Morandi, Deleuze on Bacon, etc.); discussion of European artistic practices informed by European thinkers (i.e. Cobra and Gaston Bachelard, the Situationists and Walter Benjamin, Joseph Beuys and Rudolf Steiner, Rachel Whiteread and Melanie Klein, etc.); and finally, propositions of heuristic correlations between European theories such as the Frankfurt School, Post-structuralism, or Relational Aesthetics with contemporary European visual arts.

Please submit a 200-word (maximum) proposal using the form found on the SECAC website by April 20, 2011 http://www.secollegeart.org/annual-conference.html


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