Approaching Art and Design from Asia: Questions of Method, Between Art and Design
THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED
The list of speakers are confirmed in the programme
Date: 3 March 2012Time: 10:30 AM
Finishes: 3 March 2012Time: 5:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings Room: G2
Type of Event: Symposium
A number of recent projects have begun to trouble the distinction between art and design. When seen in and from Asia, not only do the two begin to blur, they also raise questions about the usual procedures brought to their study. Asian objects do not always conform to the normal theories and methods of art and design history. They can therefore trouble the assumptions of the latter in interesting and productive ways.
'This workshop is part of a two-day event, Approaching Art and Design from Asia, which will explore the implications of Asian objects and practices for art and design history. The details for 2 March, a young researcher's workshop comprising new work on Japan, can be found here.
Young Researchers’ Workshop: New Work on Japan
Friday 2 March. Further details
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