IFA-GSAS Forum on Forms of Seeing Annual Symposium April 29th, 2011 4-7 PM

21 Apr

Panel 1: As far as the Eye can See: Mapping the Trajectory of Objects, Movements, and Cultures

D. Jacob Rabinowitz (Institute of Fine Arts), “Three-dimensional Maps: The Site Specificity of Robert Smithson’s Nonsites.”

Beatrice Choi (Media, Culture, and Communication), “Message in a Bottle: Contesting the Legibility/Illegibility of Ruins and Revival in post-Katrina New Orleans.”

Galia Halpern (Institute of Fine Arts), “Sir John Mandeville and the Rhizomatic Travel Book.”

Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi (Institute of Fine Arts), “Seeing Refugee Camps Inside/Out: Embedment as a Method.”

Respondent: Faye Ginsburg, David B. Kriser Professor of Anthropology, New York University

 

Panel 2: Aesthetics and Their Effects

Kate Brideau (Media, Culture, and Communications), “Type as Techno-Image.”

Ertug Altinay (Performance Studies), “Depicting a Precarious Existence: Visual Material and Identity in Religious Studies Textbooks for German-Turkish Children.”

Eugenia Carol Kisin (Anthropology), “Unsettled Aesthetics: Land and Revision on the Contemporary Northwest Coast.”

Nathan Silberman (Computer Science), “Multiclass Segmentation with a Structured Light Sensor.”

Respondent: Robert Lubar, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Institute of Fine Arts

Reception to Follow

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