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PARSE Dialogue - Fiction and Finance, with poet Ida Börjel

Research profile seminar

Welcome to this PARSE Dialoge,with Ida Börjel, Leigh Claire La Berge, Miriam Meissner and Erling Björgvinsson. How has the evermore abstract and complex economy of the last decades transformed us as embodied subjects? How has this been reflected and expressed in fiction and film, aesthetic and narrative conventions?

The seminar will address the current relationship and boundaries between aesthetics, the economy and politics. It will engage with aesthetics and theories that combine analysis of political economy and the experiential and aesthetic dimensions of society where financialization has become a dominant mode.

Hence, it wants to address how political economies affect subject formation and forms of critique and resistance of such political economies through narrative, embodied, and sensate dimension.

It will in particular address how visual and narrative expressions intertwine the macro and micro-political economic dimensions of the senses in relation to how they are positioned in time and space. It will also discuss how financialization, fiction, documentary film and cultural critique are in dialogue and affect each other.

The Dialogue will be in English, it is open to the public. No sign up is requiered.

The PARSE Dialogues are a series of open seminars on artistic research, arranged by the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing arts. This Dialogue is part of the arc Art and Migration. www.parsejournal.com

Date: 9/17/2018

Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Categories: Art, Research

Location: Valand Academy, Vasagatan 50
Glashuset, Chalmersgatan 4-6 (in the courtyard at Valand Academy)

Contact person: Erling Björgvinsson

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