WHAT IMAGES DO – Symposium March 19-21, 2014 Copenhagen


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Symposium: The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, March 19-21, 2014

Keynotes

Georges Didi-Huberman • Jonathan Hay • Jacques Rancière (all confirmed)

The aim of this symposium is to contribute to our understanding of what the image does (its pragma). The awkward entanglement of being and non-being (Plato) calls for an examination of the image as an act or event. Through its event, the image-act instigates an image-related reflection upon the issues of being and non-being, physis and semiosis, actuality and potentiality. The concept of iconic difference as coined by art historian and philosopher Gottfried Boehm is vital to our concern. Iconic difference embraces an internal effect in the formation of images as an entanglement of being and non-being, matter/perception, imagination/representation, but also externally in the relations between images, language, and concepts.

 

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