Revolution and Revolutions in Art

Revolucija in revolucije v umetnosti

PROGRAMME OF THE CONFERENCE

PROGRAM KONFERENCE

Thursday, 12th September 2019 / Četrtek, 12. september 2019

 

Faculty of Arts (Aškerčeva cesta 2), 3rd floor – lecture room 343, map

 

Filozofska fakulteta (Aškerčeva cesta 2), 3. nadstropje – predavalnica 343

8.30 Registration / registracija

9.00 Opening of the conference / Otvoritev konference

Greetings and introductory speeches / Pozdrav in uvodni nagovori

  • Prof. dr. Jasna Mažgon, Associate Dean of Doctoral Studies and Research, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana / Prodekanja za doktorski študij in znanstvenoraziskovalno delo, Filozofska fakulteta, Univerza v Ljubljani

  • Prof. dr. Katja Mahnič, Head of the Department of Art History FF UL / Predstojnica Oddelka za umetnostno zgodovino FF UL

 

9.30 – 11.00 Session I / Sekcija I

  •  Sebastian MÜHL, Berlin/Klagenfurt

Picturing Negativity. Contemporary Art after Revolution and Critique

  • Sanja SEKELJ, Zagreb

A “Digital Revolution” in Art History – An Example of Research in Digital Art History

  • Umut UNGAN, Paris

A New Paradigm? Sociology’s Point of View on Contemporary Art’s Revolution

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break / Odmor za kavo

 

11.30 – 13.00 Session II / Sekcija II

  • Maria Cristina BASTANTE, Rome

The Global Revolution. Western Culture and the Rising of a New Transnational Intellectual Community

  • Rebekka MARPERT, Giessen

The Aftermath of the Peaceful Revolution in Contemporary Art

  • Kaja KRANER, Ljubljana

Contemporary Art and Changes in Thinking of the Revolution

13.00 – 14.30 Lunch break* / Odmor za kosilo*

 

14.30 –15.45 Session III / Sekcija III

  • Valeria KUVATOVA, Moscow

The Hellenistic Revolution in Reliefs of the Tomb of Petosiris: Cultural or Political Impacts?

  • Ana DEVIĆ, Zagreb

Partisan Bodies: Iconography of Human Gestures within the Resistance and Revolutionary Movements

  • Steyn BERGS, Amsterdam

Permanent Re-Revolution: The Nature of History in the Work of Cao Fei

15.45 – 16.00 – Coffee break / Odmor za kavo

 

16.00 – 17.40 Session IV / Sekcija IV 

  • Arielle MARSHALL, Sydney

Walking for Revolution: Avant-garde Passage in the Streets of Paris

  • Helena KONDA, Ljubljana

Graffiti and Street Art as the New Artistic Concept in Modern and Contemporary Art

  • Narciss M. SOHRABI, Paris

Manifestation of Public Art for Political Power and Public Space (Case Study: Sculptures of Teheran)

 

* Lunch is not provided by the organizers. / Organizatorji ne krijejo stroškov kosila.   

 

 

 

       

​Friday, 13th September 2019 / Petek, 13. september 2019

 

Faculty of Arts (Aškerčeva cesta 2), 3rd floor – lecture room 343

 

Filozofska fakulteta (Aškerčeva cesta 2), 3. nadstropje – predavalnica 343

9.30 – 11.15 Session I / Sekcija I

  • Zvonimir GLAVAŠ, Zagreb

It Is Never That Simple: On the (Non)Univocity of the Relation between Literature and Revolution in Rancière’s and Deleuze’s Work

  • Mirela DAKIĆ, Zagreb

Écriture Féminine Manifestoes: (Re)Writing the Avant-garde

  • Flora GADO, Budapest

The Revolution is Televised – Irina Botea Bucan: Auditions for a Revolution

  • Júliusz HUTH, Budapest

Salon Debates and their Background – The 1989 Political Change and its Effect on the Centralized Institutional System of Fine Arts in Hungary

11.15 – 11.30 Coffee break / Odmor za kavo

 

11.30 – 12.50 Session II / Sekcija II

  • Božo KESIĆ, Split

What is Monumental in Monuments? Some Examples of New Monumental Aesthetic in Post-Homeland War Croatia

  • Špela GROŠELJ, Istanbul

‘ Turkishness’ on Display: (Re)inventions of Classical Architectural Elements in the Scope of II. National Architectural Movement

  • Ana-Maria MILČIĆ, London/Rijeka

Decadent Revolutionaries: The Futurists’ Communication Strategies during the Occupation of Rijeka, 1919 – 1921

12.50 – 14.00 Lunch break* / Odmor za kosilo*

 

14.00 

Free guided tour of the international exhibition On the Brink: The Visual Arts in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (1929–1941) in Museum of Modern Art with the exhibition curator dr. Marko Jenko

Meeting point: Museum of Modern Art, Cankarjeva cesta 15, map 

 

15.00 

Free guided tour around the city of Ljubljana

Meeting point: Museum of Modern Art, Cankarjeva cesta 15, map 

19:00 Closing dinner / Zaključna večerja

* Lunch is not provided by the organizers. / Organizatorji ne krijejo stroškov kosila.