Beyond Application? Immanent Encounters Between Philosophy & the Arts
Friday 27 January 2017
University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
Combining talks, performances & participatory workshops by artists and scholars from across the disciplines, this one day event invites new thinking about the relationship between the arts and philosophy. Researchers from dance, music, sound, film, theatre, philosophy and the visual arts come together to explore the issues with and alternatives to the use of art to illustrate philosophy. With a keynote presentation from influential performance theorist and maker, Bojana Cvejić, and contributions from: Richard Ashby, Elisabeth Belgrano, Andrew Bowie, William Brown, Al Cameron, Clive Caseaux, Laura Cull Ó Maoilearca, Shantel Ehrenberg, Vânia Gala, Vicky Hunter, Simon Jones, Bill Leslie, Kevin Logan, Julia Moore, Tero Nauha, John Ó Maoilearca, Anna Pakes, Josiah Pearsall, Yaron Shyldkrot, Edward Thornton, and Steve Tromans.
Booking required – all welcome.
Hosted by the Centre for Performance Philosophy at the University of Surrey
With funding from the TECHNE consortium
Fri 27 Jan | 9.30-5pm