UCLA Art History Graduate Symposium

Oct 21 2017
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9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The one-day symposium Art on the Edge: Crossing Borders, Shifting Boundaries, Challenging Conventions will examine the history of art in relation to its literal and figurative borders and ask in what ways artists and artworks have contributed to and confronted our conceptualization of these borders, conventions, and lines of demarcation. The keynote speaker will be Ala Ebtekar, visual artist and lecturer in the Department of Art and Art History at Stanford University.

Parking available in UCLA Lot 4, 221 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd | $12/day

 

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Symposium Schedule | Click here to view as PDF 

Saturday, October 21, 2017 | 9 am – 5 pm
Lenart Auditorium, Fowler Museum at UCLA

Coffee
9:00

​Opening Remarks
9:30

Now Entering the Contact Zone
10:00
Jeremy Simmons
Wandering Faces: Crossing Boundaries in the Study of Roman Coins in India
Gaby Greenlee
On the Fringes and Edges: Inka Visual Culture and the Embellished Borders of an Imperial Territoriality
Kaila T. Schedeen
Beaded Borders: Performing the Edge in Will Wilson’s AIR Weaves

Mapping A World Turned Upside Down
11:30
Megan Driscoll
Remapping the (Virtual) Landscape: Heath Bunting’s BorderXing Guide
Yiqing Li
Experimental Writing in Art History: Comparing and Crossing Cultural Boundaries
Elizabeth Miller
Architectural Allegory, Transgression and Comedy in Robert Smithson’s Hotel Palenque

Lunch
1:00

First There Is a Border, Then There Is No Border, Then There Is
2:15
Danny Smith
‘The Mohammedan Church’: Building the Apocalypse at San Baudelio de Berlanga
Max Boersma
From Material to Infrastructure: Germaine Krull’s Métal
Nathan Stobaugh
Orienting Babel: Expressionist Architecture at the Limits of Universal Form

Keynote Speaker
3:45
Ala Ebtekar, Visual Artist and Lecturer, Stanford University Department of Art and Art History

Concluding Remarks
4:50

 

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