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[Nettime-nl] Jacques Ranciere in Amsterdam--20-21 Juni 2006
Geert Lovink on Fri, 9 Jun 2006 08:11:19 +0200 (CEST)


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[Nettime-nl] Jacques Ranciere in Amsterdam--20-21 Juni 2006


ASCA’s Photography, Film and Displacement research group of the Universiteit van Amsterdam
has the pleasure to invite you to
 
A lecture and a conference:
Aesthetics and Politics. Around and with Jacques Rancière
 
 Tuesday 20 June 2006, 20.00 hrs
Lecture by Jacques Rancière
Aesthetic Separation, Aesthetic Community:
Scenes from the aesthetic Regime of Art
 
Wednesday 21 June, 10.00- 18.00 hrs
International Conference
Speakers and chairs:
Simon Baier, Marie-Aude Baronian, Sophie Berrebi, Sudeep Dasgupta, Jonathan Dronsfield, Josef Früchtl, Pablo Lafuente, Mark Robson, Kati Röttger, Clotilde Simond, Ruth Sonderegger, Steven Wright.
  
The French philosopher Jacques Rancière is the author of a number of essays and books on topics ranging from politics and the legacy of Marxism to cinema and literature, including La Haine de la démocratie (2005, Hatred of Democracy, 2007), La Mésentente (1995, Disagreement. Politics and Philosophy, 1998) and La Fable cinématographique (2005, Film Fables, 2006). He is also a contributor to Les Cahiers du cinéma.
Rancière’s interest in visual culture and the relation between politics and aesthetics, two fields he perceives as inherently belonging to one another rather than being autonomous, is the subject of two recent books: Le Partage du sensible, Esthétique et politique (2000 The Politics of Aesthetics, 2004), and Malaise dans l’esthétique (2004) that have elicited wide-ranging responses from within many disciplines. In this two-day event, Jacques Rancière will reflect upon his conception of the relation between aesthetics and politics. On Tuesday 20 June, he will give an hour-long lecture followed by questions. On Wednesday 21 June, nine critics and academics from various disciplines will present papers in which they respond to Rancière’s ideas and engage into a dialogue with these recent publications.
 
Details of Events and Venues


Lecture: Tuesday 20 June 2006
Time: 20.00 hrs
Venue: Universiteit van Amsterdam, Oudemanhuispoort  4, room F.001 (Map n. 4)
Entrance fee: none but booking is recommended.
Booking: Anne-Claire Frank, E-mail: ac.frank {AT} maisondescartes.nl
Language: English
Further information: Sophie Berrebi, E-mail: berrebi {AT} uva.nl
  
International conference: Wednesday 21 June
Time: 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Venue: Universiteit van Amsterdam, Bungehuis, Spuistraat 210, Amsterdam, room 101  (Map n.1)
Entrance fee: none, but booking is recommended
Booking: Marie-Aude Baronian , E-mail : lousbaronian {AT} uva.nl
Language: English
Further information: Marie-Aude Baronian, E-mail: lousbaronian {AT} uva.nl
 
We look forward to welcoming you to these two events.
 
Jacques Rancière’s visit to Amsterdam is organised by Marie-Aude Baronian and Sophie Berrebi in the context of the ‘Photography, Film and Displacement’ research project led in ASCA, The Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis of the Universiteit van Amsterdam. It is made possible by the support of:
 
Afdeling Wijsbegeerte
Afdeling Media studies

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