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  • Judith Butler : Vulnerability and Resistance Revisited | Gradcam
    Resistance Revisited Events Trinity College Dublin 1 Judith Butler Vulnerability and Resistance Revisited Time Thursday 12 00 am 12 00 am Location Trinity College Dublin Learn more about this event Learn More Organizer https www tcd ie cgws Close Event Information Vulnerability and Resistance Revisited a public lecture by Professor Judith Butler University of California Berkeley hosted by the Centre for Gender and Women s Studies Trinity College Dublin 5th February 2015 Welcome by Dr Catherine Lawless Director CGWS Introduced and chaired by Dr Tina Kinsella CGWS Panel respondents in the order of speaking on the podcast Noirin MacNamara Queen s University Belfast Dr Noreen Giffney Birckbeck University of London Dr Noel Fitzpatrick GradCAM Dublin Institute of Technology Dr Carmen Kuhling University of Limerick Dr Mary Condren CGWS and Michael O Rourke Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities Skopje Podcast available here https soundcloud com joke dufourmont judith butler vulnerability and resistance revisited Archives Conferences Events Seminars News Journals Share Email this page Share this page Tweet this Newsletter Signup Keep up to date with all the latest Gradcam seminars and events Simply leave your email address below February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3

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  • Photography and Its Violations : John Roberts 26 Feb 2015 | Gradcam
    reserve a place go here https www eventbrite ie e john roberts photography and its violations tickets 15749387843 Roberts described as probably the most original Marxist critic of the contemporary visual arts around presents a lecture on his recent book Photography and Its Violations 2014 Theorists critique photography for objectifying its subjects and manipulating appearances for the sake of art In this bold counterargument John Roberts recasts photography s violating powers of disclosure and aesthetic technique as part of a complex social ontology that exposes the hierarchies divisions and exclusions behind appearances The photographer must arrive unannounced and get in the way of the world Roberts argues committing photography to the truth claims of the spectator over the self interests and sensitivities of the subject Yet even though the violating capacity of the photograph results from external power relations the photographer is still faced with an ethical choice whether to advance photography s truth claims on the basis of these powers or to diminish or veil these powers to protect the integrity of the subject Photography s acts of intrusion and destabilization then constantly test the photographer at the point of production in the darkroom and at the computer especially in our 24 hour digital image culture In this game changing work Roberts refunctions photography s place in the world politically and theoretically restoring its reputation as a truth producing medium John Roberts is professor of art and aesthetics at the University of Wolverhampton and the author of The Art of Interruption Realism Photography and the Everyday MUP 1998 Philosophizing the Everyday Revolutionary Praxis and the Fate of Cultural Theory Pluto 2006 The Intangibilities of Form Skill and Deskilling in Art After the Readymade Verso 2008 Photography and its Violations Columbia UP 2014 and forthcoming for Verso Revolutionary Time and

    Original URL path: http://www.gradcam.ie/events/photography-and-its-violations-john-roberts/ (2016-02-12)
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  • European Society of Aesthetics June 2015 (Dublin) | Gradcam
    DIT Grangegorman Dublin 7 Close Event Information The School of Art Design and Printing and The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media GradCAM of Dublin Institute of Technology Dublin Ireland 11 13th of June 2015 The European Society for Aesthetics would like to invite you to submit a paper for presentation at the ESA Conference 2015 The conference will be co organised by the ESA and The School of Art Design and Printing and The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media GradCAM of Dublin Institute of Technology and will take place in Dublin from the 11th until the 13th of June 2015 Keynote speakers Paul Crowther National University of Ireland Galway Carole Talon Hugon Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis France Francisca Pérez Carreño Universidad de Murcia Spain We are inviting papers from all traditions and on any topic in philosophical aesthetics and both systematic and historical presentations are acceptable We encourage the presentation of submissions in English but submissions in other major European languages will be considered equally For each talk there will be time for a 20 minute presentation with about another 25 minutes designated for discussion All accepted papers would be eligible for publication in the

    Original URL path: http://www.gradcam.ie/events/european-society-of-aesthetics-2015-dublin/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Institutions Behind the Walls, Grangegorman: from Asylum to Academy | Gradcam
    and other mental hospitals in Dublin He later worked as a Nurse Tutor in the Central School of Nursing Grangegorman Dr Brennan undertook his PhD at the Department of Sociology Trinity College Dublin which detailed and critiqued mental hospital use in Ireland He is Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing and Midwifery Trinity College Dublin where his teaching and research are focused on the Sociology of Health and Illness particularly Mental Health His recent publication Irish Insanity 1800 2000 Routledge 2014 proposes that there was no epidemic of mental illness in Ireland rather asylum mental hospital institutional confinement occurred in response to social forces He argues that we must move beyond the legacy and professional structures of the old mental hospitals to ensure the achievement of quality Mental Health Services that are fit for purpose for contemporary Irish society Series Context In recent times many public buildings have been re purposed from the austere institutions they once were The new Art School in Limerick for instance was a Magdalene Laundry and the Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology was once a Reform School These public buildings reflect the disciplinary and carceral regimes of a near past that has been air brushed by generations of reform The new Grangegorman Campus is one such venture that seeks to transform repurpose and regenerate the local area So the Grangegorman site is more than a resolution to accommodation problems We would then take the opportunity to mark the move and transformations in a way that draws attention to the site itself the setting the history the architecture and the institution that continues to operate there It offers a moment to reflect on the deeply embedded social and psychic meanings memories and materialised practices much of which may have been obscured by

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  • Playful Politics – Art and Aesthetic Intervention | Gradcam
    Ireland In 2000 he produced Border Interpretative Centre a visitor centre and souvenir shop on the border which attracted media attention on its opening It was a neon decorated simple breezeblock structure located on the border on the main Belfast Dublin road Although it was forced to close after less than a week it was documented in a series of Gallery shows The Border Itself in Temple Bar Gallery Dublin 2001 Ormeau Baths Gallery Belfast 2001 and Gallerie Agregat Berlin 2002 Róisín McNamee is an Irish artist that works in sculpture mixed media and performance to explore themes surrounding cultural production and consumption Foodstuffs are often employed to produce objects and invite meditation on mass production As a founding member of Satellite Studios Dublin 2011 McNamee has been involved in collaborations with artists and the wider community in participatory events such as Coracle Oracle 2013 and forthcoming Tracing the Unseen for Phizzfest 2014 She is a graduate of MA Art in the Digital World at the National College of Art and Design 2011 For PLAYFUL POLITICS ART AND AESTHETIC INTERVENTION McNamee has devised a unique performative work Hey Peanut encourages collaboration by inviting participants to sit and work on a factory line for the production of sculpture raising discussions on the idea of an artists wage Vincent Trasov will present his landmark Mr Peanut Mayorality Campaign of 1974 John Byrne will give a special presentation on his on going Boarder Project A public discussion with the artists concludes the event ABOUT THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS AND MEDIA The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media GradCAM is an exciting collaborative initiative of national and all island significance which builds on the expertise of the Dublin Institute of Technology DIT the National College of Art Design NCAD the University

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  • Bernard Stiegler at GradCAM | Gradcam
    Here Gradcam Events Events Bernard Stiegler at GradCAM Events 41 MountJoy Square Dublin 1 18 Bernard Stiegler at GradCAM Event Details Image Text and Language 18th of December 2013 Video files from the event available here on more Event Details Image Text and Language 18th of December 2013 Video files from the event available here on youtube Time Wednesday 6 30 pm 5 00 am Location 41 MountJoy Square Dublin 1 Organizer DIT GradCAM Close Event Information The public lecture Image Text and Language given at GradCAM DIT on the 18th of December 2013 was recorded and can be accessed here youtube The sound recordings from the seminar held in the afternoon with PhD students and members of the GradCAM Aesthetics Seminar will be made available shortly It is also envisaged that GradCAM will publish extracts and responses to the seminar over the next few months Archives Conferences Events Seminars News Journals Share Email this page Share this page Tweet this Newsletter Signup Keep up to date with all the latest Gradcam seminars and events Simply leave your email address below February 2016 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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  • Staging the Studio- International Intensive Programme (with the University of Saint Lucas, Antwerp) | Gradcam
    d artiste in particular Are we still dealing with a localized withdrawn private place or are we rather facing an open nomadic shared setting set of interchangeable conditions The Intensive Program Staging the Studio aims to investigate to what extent the contemporary space of production can be re explored re discussed re defined Guided by three parallel strands of thinking up the space of the studio students are invited to explore the modes means and spaces of their own art practice Central venue former AXA offices Brusselstraat 45 2018 Antwerpen B Staging the Studio Representation How is the studio represented and in turn what does the studio itself represent These seemingly opposite questions tend to merge when one considers the studio not unlike the exhibition space primarily as a condition that is carried by a place object or subject but with which it does not necessarily coincide Every question concerning the problematic of the studio simultaneously points in two paradoxical directions unfolding itself on different levels and scales which appear and disappear in varying forms through the act of putting thought into practice Staging the Studio Reconstruction To what extent is the artist s studio bound to a fixed physical space What happens if we leave it behind or as Daniel Buren famously wrote in 1971 in his landmark essay The Function of the Studio even abolish it Modern and contemporary art history records many artists who subjected the space of the studio to extensive spatial procedures that range from extending rearranging and demolishing to ultimately reconstructing the architectural confines of the workplace Guided by the key practices of such contemporary figures as Urs Fischer Gregor Schneider and Bik van der Pol on the one hand and exemplary museological projects of the ateliers of Francis Bacon Giorgio Morandi and Francis Bacon on the other we will explore how much the studio can be deconstructed by reconstructing it elsewhere on a both material and conceptual level Staging the Studio Theatricality What might be the intention of staging the studio What conditions are related to this constructed scene both physically and conceptually There are numerous perceptions about staging in our era of performance game irony play of kitsch of the pastiche of the simulacrum seduction masquerade the staging of the body and the subject in short the era of what we often associate with the theater like or the theatrical in all its derivations Theatricality is often seen in relation to fiction to the unreal Though the question regarding theatricality shouldn t be understood as the attempt to define the relation between the real world and the fictional one but could be seen as the capacity to visualize the real within a formal context The theatrical isn t a lie nor an utopia but a constructed reality within the public context and public time Methodology The Intensive Program Staging the Studio will be staged on neutral ground the central venue is a wide open former office space stripped from its history and

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  • Bernard Stiegler at GradCAM | Gradcam
    Text and Language 18th of December 2013 6 30 Places are limited so please ensure that you book early Time Wednesday 6 30 pm 5 00 am Location 41 MountJoy Square Dublin 1 Organizer DIT GradCAM Close Event Information Archives Conferences Events Seminars News Journals Share Email this page Share this page Tweet this Newsletter Signup Keep up to date with all the latest Gradcam seminars and events Simply leave

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