In this lecture, Reiko Tomii illuminates a fundamental difference of performative practices in 1960s Japan from Euro-American counterparts. Through an examination of artwork documentation, which she terms the “second life” of a performance work, Tomii tracks major shifts in artistic practice during this time.
Join us for an active enquiry into the potential of comparative art histories from a range of historical and cultural contexts.
The Power Institute, together with the School of Literature, Arts and Media and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney, presents the symposium ‘Art, Digitality and Canon-making?’ as part of the Gender in Southeast Asian Art Histories project. Following the symposium, on 19 October the exhibition … READ MORE
**LOCATION UPDATE: NEW LAW SCHOOL FOYER** Join us and the Sydney Digital Humanities Research Group for a talk about digital art history with Emily Pugh, Getty Research Institute for her talk ‘Images of Technology, Technologies of Imaging: Digital Art History at the Getty Research Institute’. ABOUT THE TALK How … READ MORE