16th Annual Art History & Visual Culture Symposium: Decelerated Dialogues

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Decelerated Dialogues
16th Annual Art History and Visual Culture Symposium
Presented by the Art History Graduate Student Association of York University
Saturday, February 18th, 2017 from 9:30AM – 4:30PM
Location: Y+ contemporary (1345 Morningside Ave., Unit 15 – Scarborough, ON)
9:30-10:00AM
Registration & Coffee/Tea
10:00-10:15AM
Opening remarks
10:15-10:45AM
Elyse Portal (Sudbury-based independent scholar, University of Toronto MVS graduate)
Materia medica, paper presentation
10:50-11:20AM
Paul Roorda (Waterloo-based Artist)
Long Wait for the Last Dance: Climate Change and Slow Kinetic Art, artist talk
11:25-11:55AM
Golboo Amani (Toronto-based artist, University of Toronto MVS graduate)
Unsettling Settlers: Intervention Game Night, artist talk
12:00-12:30PM
Emma German (MA Art History Candidate, York University)
Longing for Prada: Speculative Tensions Between Toronto and Marfa, paper presentation
12:30-1:30PM
Lunch Break
Screening of artist Tyler Muzzin’s Sven (Shores of Expectation)
1:35-2:35PM
Keynote Address: Francisco-Fernando Granados
2:40-3:10PM
Justine Hartlieb-Power (MFA Criticism & Curatorial Practice Candidate, OCAD University)
Am I Speaking in Clichés? And Other Curatorial Concerns, paper presentation
3:15-3:45PM
Mehrnaz Rohbakhsh (Toronto-based artist, OCAD University BFA graduate)
Knowledge Through Translation: Equations, Drawings and Sound, artist talk
3:50-4:20PM
Katie Lawson (MVS Candidate, University of Toronto)
The Body of the Artist: Theories of Subjectivity and Corporeal Feminism in the Life Writing of Anne Truitt, paper presentation
4:25-4:30PM
Closing Remarks
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