Binghamton Art History at CAA

Don’t miss the following presentations and panels by Binghamton Art History students, faculty, and alumni at the annual conference of the College Art Association in New York this weekend:

THE (OBJECT AS) EXHIBITION AS EVENT: FROM THE 1990S TO NOW

Time: 02/17/2017: 10:30AM–12:00PM
Location: East Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Chairs: Janet Kraynak, Columbia University; Monica Amor, Maryland Institute College of Art

Introduction
Janet Kraynak, Columbia University; Monica Amor, Maryland Institute College of Art

Decivilizing Rituals
Tom McDonough, Binghamton University

The Not-Photography of Non-Sculpture: Tino Sehgal and the Limits of Work
Irene Small, Princeton University

Discussants: Frazer Ward, Smith College; Michelle Kuo, Artforum Magazine

 

BIOPOLITICS: FEMINIST INTERVENTIONS

Time: 02/18/2017: 8:30AM–10:00AM
Location: Gramercy A/West, 2nd Floor

Alternative Sensorial Modalities: Gender and Perception in the Work of Palestinian Artist Anisa Ashkar
Tal Dekel, Tel Aviv University

This Way and Never Another: Tracing Biopolitics in Bharti Kher’s Bindi
Sarah Evans, Northern Illinois University

Ovoid Spaces: Eggs, Embodiment, and Transformation in Brazilian Women’s Participatory Performances, 1968–81
Gillian Sneed, The Graduate Center, The City University of New York

Decolonizing Disappearance: Bodying the Femicide Machine
Angelique Szymanek, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

SITE-SPECIFIC ART IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET 2.0 (SOCIAL MEDIA)

Time: 02/18/2017: 8:30AM–10:00AM
Location: Morgan Suite, 2nd Floor

Chairs: Cyriaco Lopes, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Rachel Nelson, University of California, Santa Cruz

Crowd-Sourced Poetics—The Street Where I
Terri Witek, Stetson University

Semiotics of the Camwhore: Art and Feminism on the Internet
Jen Kennedy, Queen’s University

Oil in Place: Social Media and Real-Time Data Responsive Documentary
Talena Sanders, University of Montana

WagonNet cyberAtractions
Gastão Frota, Institute of Arts of Federal University of Uberlândia/FAPEMIG

MEXICO CITY TODAY

Time: 02/18/2017: 1:30PM–3:00PM
Location: Morgan Suite, 2nd Floor

Chairs: Kevin Hatch, Binghamton University; Josh T. Franco, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

Cochair Presentation: A Brief History of Latinx Artists in Mexico City: Documents from the Archives of American Art
Josh T. Franco, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution

“Nobody is a prophet in his own land”: The Exhibition without Restraint as a Case Study
Valentina Locatelli, Kunstmuseum Bern

Veneno, Then and Now: Mexico City, 1993 and 2016
Laura A. L. Wellen, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

FIGURES AND FORMATIONS OF CIVIC SPACE

Time: 02/18/2017: 3:30PM–5:00PM
Location: Sutton Parlor North, 2nd Floor

Catch 22: Contemporary Art and Political Influence in Israel
Luna Goldberg, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Cloud Sharing: Aerial Photography and the Formation of a Civic Space
Rotem M. Rozental, Binghamton University

Figuring Dadaab: Humanitarian Heritage and Anxious Architectures in East Africa
Anooradha Iyer Siddiqi, New York University

Emotional Geographies of Dissonance: Urban Choreography of Dubrovnik
Sandra Uskokovic, University of Dubrovnik; Boris Bakal, Shadow Casters

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