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RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelArt and the City. A Conference on Postwar Interactions with the Urban Realm
BeschreibungArt and the City. A Conference on Postwar Interactions with the Urban
Realm
Amsterdam (11.-12.5.2006)

Thursday, 11 May

9.00-9.30 Registration
9.30-9.45 Welcome by organizing committee
9.45-10.25 Keynote lecture:
Malcolm Miles, University of Plymouth Recreating a Public Sphere?

Tea/coffee break

Session 1: City Branding (Moderator: To be announced)
Oude Vergaderzaal

10.45-11.05
Venda Louise Pollock, University of Glasgow Cultivating the Past for
a Changing Present: Public Art in Urban Regeneration

11.05-11.25
Ward Rennen, Universiteit van Amsterdam Programming the City: The
European Capitals of Culture

11.25-11.45
Michael Wintle, Universiteit van Amsterdam Brussels: Visualizing the EU

11.45-12.05
Roemer van Toorn, Berlage Instituut, Amsterdam Towards a Practice of
Dissensus. Aesthetics as a Form of Politics

12.05-12.30 Discussion

Session 2: New York into Art (Moderator: Rachel Esner, Universiteit
van Amsterdam)
Tinbergenzaal

10.45-11.05
Robert S. Mattison, Lafayette College Robert Rauschenberg: Urban
Diversity and Crisis in New York during the 1950s

11.05-11.25
Joshua A. Shannon, University of Maryland Donald Judd and the
Postmodernization of New York

11.25-11.45
Royce W. Smith, Wichita State University "What Attracts You to Dark
Things?": Imagining Urban Queerscapes in the Art of David Wojnarowicz

11.45-12.05
Susanne Stemmler, Center for Metropolitan Studies-Berlin City, Music,
Text: Jean-Michel Basquiat's New York in the 1980s

12.05-12.30 Discussion

Lunch

Session 3: Citygraphy (Moderator: To be announced)

Oude Vergaderzaal

14.15-14.35
Andri Gerber, ETH Zürich The City as Poetical Text: Isidore Isou and
Lettrism

14.35-14.55
Caroline Igra, University of Haifa The Individual Revealed: Narrative
vs. Descriptive Cityscape in the Twentieth Century

14.55-15.15
Sabine van Wesemael, Universiteit van Amsterdam The Physical City and
its Mental Spaces Since 9/11

15.15-15.35 Discussion

Session 4: (The) Street (and) Art (Moderator: Jeroen Boomgaard,
Universiteit van Amsterdam/Rietveld Academie)

Tinbergenzaal

14.15-14.35
Shelley Hornstein, York University-Toronto Curating Place for Museums-
Without-Borders

14.35-14.55
Hannah Feldman, Northwestern University Art During War: The Street,
The City, and the Nation in "La France Déchirée"

14.55-15.15
Hanna Harris, University of Helsinki Moving Between Streets and
Screens: Urban Spaces and the Italian Telestreet

15.15-15.35
Lara Schrijver, Delft From New Babylon to an Aesthetic Collective

15.35-16.00 Discussion

20.30-22.00
Stedelijk Museum CS-Club 11
New films by, and discussion with contemporary artists Marc Bijl,
Jakob Boeskov and Erik van Lieshout


Friday, 12 May

9.00-9.15 Announcements

9.15- 9.55
Keynote lecture: M. Christine Boyer, Princeton University La Ville
Fatale: New Orleans in Postwar Cinema

9:55- 10.35
Keynote lecture: Thomas A.P. van Leeuwen, Amsterdam Artistic Blasting

Tea/coffee break

Session 5: Cinematic Cities (Moderator: Wanda Strauven, Universiteit
van Amsterdam)
Tinbergenzaal

10.45-11.05
Mark Shiel, King's College-London "Celtic Tiger": Dublin and its Imaging

11.05-11.25
Floris Paalman, Universiteit van Amsterdam Cinematic Proliferation of
a City: Rotterdam in the 1960s and 1970s

11.25-11.45
Caroline Philipp, Humboldt University Horizontality/Real-Time vs.
Simultaneity of Time and Space: Gordon Matta-Clark's Filmic
Interactions with the City

11.45-12.05
Anna M. Dempsey, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth Cinematic
Los Angeles: Architectural Landscapes and Dreamscapes of Dystopia

12.05-12.30 Discussion


Session 6: City Graphics (Moderator: Esther Cleven, Universiteit van
Amsterdam)
Oude Vergaderzaal

10.45-11.05
Christoph Ribbat, University of Basel Glowing Cities: The Cultural
History of Neon

11.05-11.25
Sandra Schürmann, Universität Hamburg New Tastes and Modern Life -
Reemtsma's Cigarette Advertising and Display Windows

11.25-11.45
Miguel Antunes, New School University-New York Visual Disobedience in
New York City

11.45-12.05
Daniel van der Velden, Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht Logo Parc: A
Radical Challenge in the Age of Total Design

12.05-12.30 Discussion

Lunch


Session 7: Urban Memory (Moderator: Leen Engelen, Universiteit van
Amsterdam)
Tinbergzaal

14.15-14.35
Lanfranco Aceti, Univeristy College London Imaged Cities: War Times
and Spaces of Peace

14.35-14.55
Danielle Leenaerts, Université Libre de Bruxelles The Photographic
Missions and the Construction of City Identity: The Case of Brussels

14.55-15.15
Carolyn Loeb, Central Michigan University The City as Subject:
Contemporary Public Sculpture in Berlin

15.15-15.35
Richard D. Lloyd, Vanderbilt University Sitting on the Barstools of
Giants: Place Aura and the Contemporary Production of Culture

15.35-16.00 Discussion

16.15-17.00 Closing Discussion (Moderator: Margriet Schavemaker,
Universiteit van Amsterdam)

Drinks

Art and the City
A Conference on Postwar Interactions with the Urban Realm
11-12 May 2006
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
Het Trippenhuis
Kloveniersburgwal 29
1011 JV Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Institute of Culture and History
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Email: icg-fgw@uva.nl
Visit the website at http://www.artandthecity.nl

Dr. Rachel Esner
Assistant Professor - Art of the Modern Period
Art History Institute
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Herengracht 286
1016 BX Amsterdam
The Netherlands
+31 (20) 525 3101
r.esner@uva.nl

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VeranstaltungsortAmsterdam
Beginn11.05.2006
Ende12.05.2006
PersonName: Esner, Rachel [Dr.] 
Funktion: Assistant Professor 
E-Mail: r.esner@uva.nl 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Universiteit van Amsterdam - Institute of Culture and History - 
Strasse/Postfach: Herengracht 286 
Postleitzahl: 1016 
Stadt: BX Amsterdam 
Telefon: +31 (20) 525 3101 
E-Mail: icg-fgw@uva.nl 
Internetadresse: http://www.artandthecity.nl  
LandNiederlande
BenutzerführungEnglisch
SchlüsselbegriffeKomparatistik (Kulturvergleich, Interkulturelle Literaturwissenschaft); Literatur- u. Kulturgeschichte; Motiv- u. Stoffgeschichte
Klassifikation03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.07.00 Ästhetik; 03.00.00 Literaturwissenschaft > 03.14.00 Literatursoziologie; 18.00.00 20. Jahrhundert (1945-1989) > 18.01.00 Forschung; 19.00.00 1990 bis zur Gegenwart > 19.01.00 Forschung
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