Call for Papers | Applications - Part 2

posted by PP on 2004/12/11 16:17

[ Call for Papers | Applications ]

An international interdisciplinary Colloquium at the University of Szeged is announced, the Call for Papers will be online at Kakanien revisited very soon, here are the first Informations about Image/Text in the multimedial Age... The Colloquium is organized by the Ctultural Iconology and Semiography Research Group, the Institute of English and American Studies and the Interdepartmental Group for Literary Theory in Szeged on April 25-26-27, 2005 in Szeged (Hungary) and Themes that got to be adressed at the Conferenced are:
Image/text, film/multimedia after the pictorial turn (with special attention to early modern/postmodern parallels)
The multimedia interrelationship of painting and film
The methodology and objective of film studies in the university program

Keynote Speakers will be Hans Belting (IFK Intenational Research Center, Vienna) and W.J.T. Mitchell (University of Chicago, Art History & English), as further invited speakers are announced at the very moment: Béla Bacsó (Budapest), László Beke (Budapest), Jorge Casanova (Huelva), Rowland Wymer (Cambridge).

Papers are accepted in English (first two days) and in Hungarian (second and third day). Please, send your paper proposals to Attila Kiss until January 15, 2005. Questions and requests can also be addressed to György E. Szőnyi.
Down below you see the Image of the Image-Conference.
M.C.Escher lives on! Do we only rewrite, repaint ourselves? Maybe, from some certain Point of View (or is it a "Viewpoint" nowadays, when we reconsider, for example, on the Central Perspective and the few Problems we got in the meantime?), this is the meaning of Digital Broadcasting and Photography, the Meaning of eliminating Materiality. (Yes, I like my iPod Photo ;-))


 







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