INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR - THE SCIENCE OF ART : VISUALITY AT A DISCIPLINARY CROSSROADS

Lundi 20 mai 2019, 10h00 - 17h30 - IMéRA, Maison des Astronomes, salle de conférences - entrée libre

THE SCIENCE OF ART : VISUALITY AT A DISCIPLINARY CROSSROADS

An event organized by Clemena Antonova-Crombois (Research Director of the "Eurasia in Global Dialogue" programme, Institute for the Human Sciences, Vienna, residency in partnership with CD 13).


PROGRAM :

  • Morning sessions 10h - 13h :

« Using Eye-tracking in Art History », by Prof. Raphael Rosenberg (Prof. of Art History and Director of the Laboratory of Eye-tracking in Art History at the University of Vienna)

« The Improvized Mind and the Contextualized Behaviour » by Prof. Ivaylo Vlaev (Prof. of Psychology and Chair of Business at Warwick University, U.K.

« Intuition in the Arts and Non-conscious Processes in the Brain » by Prof. Dezso Nemeth (Prof. of Psychology at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and IMERA Chair on « Language and Brain »)

  • Afternoon sessions 14h30 - 17h30 :

« Soap Bubbles : Parallels in the History of Mathematics and Art » by Prof. Michele Emmer (Prof. of Mathematics at the University of La Sapienza, Rome)

« Liquid Crystals, Theories of Life, and Visual Perception in the Russian Avant-garde » by Prof. Isabel Wunsche (Prof. of Art History at Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany)

« Remembering ‘Things That Happened the Week after Next :’ Reverse Time in Dreams, Art, and Time Travel. » by Dr. Clemena Antonova (Fellow at IMERA and Research Director of the « Eurasia in Global Dialogue » Programme at the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna)


Contact : clemenaa@yahoo.com