As part of the educational curated program of Isaac Julien: Geopoetics show, three researchers analyze aspects of Isaac Julien’s oeuvre which constitute key themes of contemporary production: the role of art shows for the dissemination of art, ethnicity and gender issues, geographic displacements, migration flows. The three panels will take place in one single day.
Oct 20, 10:30–12:30pm
Panel 1: The imagined history | Vinicius Spricigo
Based on the writings of Vilém Flusser, the researcher proposes a historical reading which relates the contemporary art shows held in Brazil and the postcolonial, anthropophagic thinking and art production practices.
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