ARTLab Seminar 2019 #ARTLABDARWIN


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Presenter:  Lee Harrop & Korin Lesh, HDR Students, College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society, Charles Darwin University

Date: Mar 29, 2019

Time: 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Contact person:  Dr Nicolas J. Bullot
T: 08 8946 6057
E: nicolas.bullot@cdu.edu.au

Location:  Art Gallery, Building Orange 12.1.0, Casuarina Campus, Charles Darwin University

ARTLab Seminar 2019 #ARTLABDARWIN

Speakers: Lee Harrop, Korin Lesh
Convenors: Nicolas Bullot, Kellie Joswig

“Artist Intentions” by Lee Harrop
Abstract: Using examples in contemporary art, Lee will briefly discuss the philosophical debate surrounding artist intentions and why we should take them into consideration when we interpret the artist’s work. It will summarise a recent podcast interview with a leading philosopher on this topic, Stephen Davies, who discusses his position on artist intentions with Nicolas Bullot. Lee will contribute her recent thoughts on artist intentions from her position as an artist and researcher.

“Place of Interaction: Research for the Creation of Interactive Art Instillations” by Korin Lesh
Abstract: The focus of Lesh’s research is on interactive art installations, its relevance to collective memory making, and reasoning for its prevalence in the contemporary art scene. She sees interactive art as concomitant to arts’ continuing evolution in response to western contemporary lives, and suggests that interpreting the transitional potential or plurality of interactive arts is vital to their relevance and understanding. Lesh will speak about the development of her recent work.

FREE EVENT

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