Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir flutti erindi á alþjóðlegri ráðstefnu SLSA2017

Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir prófessor við meistaranám myndlistardeildar Listaháskólans flutti nýlega erindi á alþjóðlegu ráðstefnunni Society for Literature, Science and the Arts í Tempe, Arizona. Þáttaka Bryndísar í ráðstefnunni var styrkt af starfsþróunarsjóði Listaháskóla Íslands.  

Frekari upplýsingar um ráðstefnuna hér

Titill málstofu Bryndísar:

Beyond Plant Blindness: To See the Importance of Plants for a Sustainable World

Chair: Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir

Interior with Plant, Reflection Listening
Giovanni Aloi (School of the Art Institute of Chicago; galoi@saic.edu)

On Trying to Understand Life as Plant
Dawn Sanders (Gothenburg University; dawn.sanders@gu.se)

Searching for Stipa: Revealing Plant Biagraphies across Habitats
Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir (Iceland Academy of the Arts; bryndish@lhi.is); Mark Wilson (University of Cumbria; mark.wilson@cumbria.ac.uk)

Einnig var Bryndís höfundur af erindinu:

Art Responding to the Ecological Other

Chair: Mark Wilson

Initial Encounters
Erika Lynne Hanson (Arizona State University; erikalynnehanson@gmail.com)

On the Oblique Imperative: An Examination of the Obfuscating Nature of Spectacle in Art and Conservation
Mark Wilson (University of Cumbria; mark.wilson@cumbria.ac.uk); Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir (Iceland Academy of the Arts;bryndis@lhi.is)

Animal Behavior: Rhythmanalysis and More-Than-Human-Habit-ation
Brian House (Brown University; brianhouse@browns.edu)

 
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