The Courtauld Institute of Art Third Year PhD Symposium: Showcasing New Research 2016

The Coupg-symp-2016-imagertauld Institute of Art Third Year PhD Symposium: Showcasing New
Research
The Courtauld Institute of Art, London
March 10-11, 2016

The Symposium is a platform for third year PhD students to present their
research and to initiate critical discussion about their materials,
media and approaches with a broad scholarly audience. The papers tabled
cover artefacts and images as diverse as medieval bronze tombs and
messages encrypted in digital images, and they deploy methodologies
that are attentive to questions of authorship, materiality,
performance, reception and interpretation. The Postgraduate Symposium
aims to debate and diesseminate the new research of its research
students and to promote intellectual exchange at all levels of the
degree programmes.

Organised by Professor Katie Scott and Dr Jocelyn Anderson
Open to all, free admission

Programme:
Thursday 10 March (DAY 1)

11.30 – 11.45 Welcome and Introductory Remarks

11.45 – 13.10 SESSION 1: Reconstruction and Restoration (Chair:
Jonathan Vernon)

Maeve O’Donnell, The Case of the Missing Stairs: Fernando III’s royal chapel in Seville’s cathedral-mosque

Chiara Pasian, Performance of grouts with reduced water content

Matilde Grimaldi, Recreating the lost Romanesque cathedral of Tortosa
(Spain): 1148-1703

13.10 – 14.00    BREAK FOR LUNCH (not provided)

14.00 – 14.55 SESSION 2: Artists’ Circles (Chair: Catherine Howe)

Will Atkin, The Alchemical Legend of the Surrealist Object, c.1929-1934

Judith Lee, The Chemical Characterisation of Water Sensitive Oil Paint

14.55 – 15.50    SESSION 3: Painting Places (Chair: Thomas Hughes)

Samuel Raybone, Gustave Caillebotte’s Philatelic Impressionism:
Collecting Stamps and Painting Paris, c. 1876-1877

Camilla Pietrabissa, Painting for painters: the landscapes of
Jean-Baptiste Forest (1636-1712) and artists’ collections in Paris

15.50 – 16.10 TEA/COFFEE BREAK (provided in the Lecture Theatre)

16.10 – 17.15 SESSION 4: Artists’ Travels (Chair: Albert Godycki)

Austeja Mackelaite, The Ancient Object in the Drawn Oeuvre of Hendrick
Goltzius (1558-1617)

Bryony Bartlett-Rawlings, ‘Giving Voice to Sculpture: Nicoletto da
Modena’s Apollo and Mercury’

Friday 11 March (DAY 2)

12.30 – 13.25 SESSION 5: Places of Commemoration (Chair: Imogen Tedbury)

Ann Adams, Materiality and Allegiances: Four Copper-Alloy Tombs of
Knights of the Golden Fleece

Emma Capron, New Evidence on Simone Martini’s Work & Network in Avignon

13.25 – 14.20 SESSION 6: Spaces of Performance (Chair: Julia Secklehner)

Lydia Hansell, Witnessing the Nativity: Commemoration of a Cardinal

Sarah Hegenbart, Via Intolleranza II: Can Luigi Nono’s notion of azione
scenica safeguard Christoph Schlingensief’s Opera Village Africa
against postcolonialist attack?

14.20 – 14.50 TEA/COFFEE BREAK (provided in the Lecture Theatre)

14.50 – 15.45 SESSION 7: Art Spaces and the State (Chair: Massoumeh
Assemi)

Jenna Lundin Aral, Information as Spectacle: Exhibitions by the MoI

Jessie Robertson, Don’t Feed the Network: Encrypted Aesthetics in the
Post-Snowden Age

15.45 – 16.05 Comfort break

16.05 – 17.00 SESSION 8: Negotiating Spaces (Chair: Theodore Gordon)

Svitlana Biedarieva, Moscow 1980: the City and the Void

Kristina Rapacki, ‘The skin of our teeth’: vandalism and civilisation
in Asger Jorn’s Situationist production

17.00 – 18.00 KEYNOTE: Dr Mechthild Fend (UCL)

18.00 RECEPTION (Front Hall)

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