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Digital Legacies of the Avant Garde

14 avril 2012 | 09:15 - 18:00

American University of Paris, le 14 avril 2012

AUP’s Department of Global Communications, in partnership with Eugene Lang College-The New School for Liberal Arts, will hold Digital Legacies of the Avant-Garde, a two-day, two-city international conference.

On Saturday, April 14, an interdisciplinary group of leading scholars from North America and Europe will convene at AUP: 9:15am-12:00pm in the Grand Salon and 13:15pm-18:00pm in C31.

Mark Tribe, Founder of and Assistant Professor of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University, will be the keynote speaker. Conference proceedings will be linked through live video-conferencing to the Eugene Lang College campus in New York City, where a second day of presentations will be held on Thursday, April 20.

Morning Session: Grand Salon, 31 Avenue Bosquet

9:30am – Welcoming Remarks
Stephen Monteiro, American University of Paris

9:45am Keynote
Mark Tribe, Brown University

10:45-11:00am Break

Panel 1

11:00am Electronic Civil Disobedience: The Strategic Avant-garde
Fidele Vlavo, London South Bank University

11:20am The Art and Politics of the Digital Underground: Dissent in an Age of Networks
Kevin Rozario, Smith College

11:40am Marcel, no more painting, go get a job
Gabriela Galati, University of Plymouth-Planetary Collegium

12:15-1:45pm Mid-Day Break

Afternoon Session: Room 31, 6 Rue Colonel Combes

Panel 2

1:45pm The Eternal Network: Avant-garde Activism and the Cultural Commons
Stephen Voyce, University of Iowa

2:05pm From Cut-up Technique to the Aesthetics of ‘Cut and Paste’: Contesting Authorial Originality in the Age of Digital Reproduction
Kaja Marczewska, Durham University

2:25pm Cumbia Along the Autobahn: Rhizomatous Identities and Postnational Music Production
Jennifer Chu, Yale University

2:45pm Frictionless Sharing and Digital Promiscuity
Robert Payne, American University of Paris

3:20-3:30pm Break

Panel 3

3:30pm Analog Circuit Palettes, Cathode Ray Canvases: Digital Cinema’s Analog, Experimental Past
Gregory Zinman, New York University

3:50pm Polish Constructivism and Current Media Philosophies and Practices
Aleksandra Kaminska, York University

4:10pm VanDerBeek’s Socialimagestics: Or, What Might Have Been a Fourth Avant-garde
Mark Bartlett, University of the Creative Arts

4:45-5:00pm Break

5:00pm Roundtable

5:45pm Closing Remarks

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Date :
14 avril 2012
Heure :
09:15 - 18:00
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American University in Paris
31 avenue Bosquet
Paris, 75007 France