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iconoclasm and the destruction of art
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was wondering if there was anyone out there interested in starting a discussion (group?) about iconoclasm / art destructionI notice that the tate has just started a new exhibition on this (link at…Continue

Tags: vandalism, destruction, museums, lulz, materialism

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Ingram Oct 5, 2013.

 

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The Memory and Violence working group is a new interdisciplinary group, open to all with an interest in the relationships between collective memory, public history, trauma, violence, representation, and the politics of memorialisation and memory work. We will be reading some key texts in these fields, and will also be a space for postgraduate students and researchers to discuss their own work with each other. Based at the Birkbeck College School of Arts, we aim to meet once a month during term…See More
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iconoclasm and the destruction of art

was wondering if there was anyone out there interested in starting a discussion (group?) about iconoclasm / art destructionI notice that the tate has just started a new exhibition on this (link at the bottom). Perhaps we could visit it and use it as a jumping off point for discussion? maybe alongside the intro and first chapter (about 15pp in total) of Dario Gamboni's 'The Destruction of Art: Iconoclasm and Vandalism since the French Revolution'.Lemme know what you thinkrx…See More
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literary and visual culture, marx, 18-19th century, materialism, decay

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