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ERIAC Program

Projects, initiatives,
arts and culture events
of ERIAC

 

Timea Junghaus, art historian, executive director of ERIAC is lecturer/panelist in the C-Map Symposium of MOMA, New York. The event The Multiplication of Perspectives:

The 10th Anniversary of MoMA (New York’s Global Research Initiative: C-MAP) will take place at MOMA on April 28, at 13.15 (NY Time).

 

The Multiplication of Perspectives offers a variety of lenses through which to consider circulation, entanglement, and disconnection in the museum today, focusing on some of the promises and pitfalls of a “global” approach to art and its histories. A series of dialogues, forums, keynote presentations, and screenings juxtapose particular histories and practices within a common thematic or methodological framework, as participants contribute nuance and a multiplicity of perspectives to issues that preoccupy us today.Marking the 10th year of MoMA’s global research program, Contemporary and Modern Art Perspectives (C-MAP), The Multiplication of Perspectives is an extension of research related to art histories in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Latin America and the Caribbean, while also introducing threads of inquiry that point toward new directions for further engagement.

 

Admission is free but RSVP is required.

 

All sessions, will take place in The Celeste Bartos Theater at 4 West 54 Street (between Fifth and Sixth avenues), New York, NY 10019

 

ERIAC presents on Sunday April 28. 2019 at 1:15–2:30 p.m. in the Incommensurability forum
interrogating tensions between a global approach and site-specific study to make space for the untranslatable
Natalia Brizuela, Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of California, Berkeley
Victoria Collis-Buthelezi, Lecturer, Department of English, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Timea Junghaus, Executive Director, European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture, Berlin, Germany
Harsha Ram, Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley

Introduced and moderated by Meghan Forbes, C-MAP Fellow for Central and Eastern Europe, MoMA

 

Join her on the livestream of the event page of MOMA on April 28, at 13.15 (NY Time)