Imaging the In-between: The Serial Art of Richard Tuttle

Laura Lake Smith

Since 1964, the American artist Richard Tuttle (b. 1941) has made approximately three hundred disparate series in the mediums of drawing, sculpture, printmaking, and painting. Although Tuttle’s commitment to serial art is unrivaled within the postwar period, his art has yet to be interpreted by scholars in conjunction with the concept of seriality, perhaps because it so deliberately confounds ou...

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conference: DARE 2015: the dark precursor
date: November 11, 2015
venue: Orpheus Institute, Penthouse
format: in words
practice: image
keywords: becoming, drawing, painting, printmaking, resistance, Richard Tuttle, sculpture, series

Deleuze and Painting: Music and the Figure

Lois Fitch

Much of Gilles Deleuze’s work reflects his interest in pure semiology and power structures. However, particular examples in his sole-authored work explore the abstractions of his theoretical oeuvre through close and vivid analysis of artworks themselves, most notably in Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation. Deleuze’s reading of the paintings draws in part on the painter’s interview...

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conference: DARE 2015: the dark precursor
date: November 9, 2015
venue: De Bijloke Music Center, Kraakhuis
format: in words
practice: image
keywords: Brian Ferneyhough, figure, Francis Bacon: The Logic of Sensation, schizophrenia, sensation

Deleuze, Duras: Desire, Community, Power

Katie Pleming

Marguerite Duras, comme chacun le sait, elle adore la mer. Bon, bon, pourquoi, pourquoi?
—Deleuze, Cinéma et Pensée Deleuze’s readings of Duras’s cinema (primarily in Cinema 1 and 2, but also in his mid- 90s lectures at the University of Paris VIII) offer a useful starting point for thinking about Duras and Deleuze together. In this paper I draw on “Th...

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conference: DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials
date: November 22, 2017
venue: Orpheus Institute, Penthouse
format: in words
practice: image
keywords: Anti-Oedipus, Marguerite Duras, montage, Sigmund Freud

Genius and Genesis

Magdalena Wisniowska

More than thirty years after Rosalind Krauss published her critique of originality in the journal October, the pursuit of a workable concept of genius might seem like a pointless task. Genius, despite its continual art-market appeal has no place in the discussion of contemporary or even historic art-making, where it is rightly rejected as an obsolete concept belonging to a different time....

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conference: DARE 2017: aberrant nuptials
date: November 22, 2017
venue: Orpheus Institute, Auditorium
format: in words
practice: image
keywords: colour, genius
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