Open to the public, and free, this modernist studies conference, with papers on art, poetry and philosophy, presented for the most part by UCC postgraduates, will take place in the Glucksman Gallery from 10am on Monday 12th July. The day is organised as follows:
10 a.m. Sarah Hayden, Da(da)ncing with Duchamp in Celebration of Eilshemius’s ‘Simple Soul’: Mina Loy’s Mischievous Meditation on Artistic Identity
Rachel Warriner, ‘The Blue Arrow is the Desire for Salvation’: The Nature of Allegory in Robert Rauschenberg’s XXXIV Drawings for Dante’s Inferno
1 p.m. Clare Healy, Devices of Perception: A Neuroaesthetic Exploration of Affective Art History
Andrew Whitehead, Systematizing Marks of Irritation
3 p.m. Réidín Mc Sweeney , The Performative Index: The role of audience in the documentation of performance art in Ireland.
Niamh O’Mahony, ‘The Lexical Diaspora’: Lacan, Prynne and Linguistic Subjectivity
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