The Sea is History: Art and Black Atlantic Cultures. Ein Symposium rund um das Werk von Frank Bowling. Programm

Speakers
Sonia Boyce, J. Michael Dash, Peter Doig, Ellen Gallagher, Isaac Julien, Courtney J. Martin, Steve McQueen, Mark Nash, David Scott, Allison Thompson

Film screenings
Isaac Julien, Paradise Omeros, 2002, 20 min
Steve McQueen, Ashes, 2014, 10 min

Friday, October 20, 2017
11 am – 7.30 pm

Program

11:00     
Welcome and Introduction

Okwui Enwezor, Director Haus der Kunst

11:20
Panel Discussion

  • J. Michael Dash, Professor of French Literature, Thought and Culture (New York University)
  • Courtney J. Martin, Deputy Director and Chief Curator (Dia Art Foundation, New York)
  • David Scott, Professor and Chair of Anthropology (Columbia University, New York) and President of Small Axe Inc.
  • moderated by Mark Nash, Independent Curator and Writer, London

13:20       
Lunch Time

14:30
Film Screening
Steve McQueen, Ashes, 2014, 10 min        

14:40
Public Conversation

  • Isaac Julien, Artist and Filmmaker, London
  • Steve McQueen, Artist and Filmmaker, Amsterdam
  • moderated by Okwui Enwezor    

16:30
Coffee Break

17:00

Panel Discussion

19:00   
Film Screening
Isaac Julien, Paradise Omeros, 2002, 20 min

19:20 
End

Admission: 5 €

The symposium will be held in English.

Additional thanks to ICF International Curators Forum for the support of the symposium


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