ROMA, Baroque and Neo-Baroque, 17-18 March 2016

Det norske institutt i Roma (Istituto di Norvegia in Roma) at Viale Trenta Aprile 33, I – 00153, Roma.

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The Baroque and the Neo-Baroque. Philosophy, Art and Aesthetics.

Thursday 17.03.16.:
09:00 h.
Words of Welcome. Short introductory speech by Arild Utaker
09:15 – 10:15 h.
Chair: Stian Grøgaard
Arild Utaker (SSM, professor emeritus FoF, UiB):
The Deleuzian Folding of Michel Foucault:
The Concept of the Fold in Deleuze and the Effort of understanding “Subjectivity” in Foucault.
10:30 – 11:30 h.
Chair: Terje Hellesen
Kristin Sampson ( SSM, Associate Professor, Dr.Art., FoF UiB):
Conceptions of Temporality: Revisiting Classical Antiquity and the Baroque.
11:30 – 12:30 h.
Chair: Kristin Sampson Helge Pettersen (SSM, Associate Professor, FoF, UiB):
Iconoclasms and Iconoclasts: Adversaries of the Imagecultures of the Baroque and the Neo-Baroque. Discussion.
14:00 – 16:00 h.
Chair and participant: Remi Nilsen
Stein Hevrøy (SSM Master of Philosophy)Terje Hellesen (SSM, Poet,Novelist, Cand philol of Philosophy) and Remi Nilsen (SSM, Editor Le Monde Diplomatique (Norwegian Edition), Cand. Philol. of Philosophy):
The Philosophy of the Baroque. The Infinity of the Fold.
Leibniz and Spinoza. Baroque and Neo-Baroque in Deleuze and Negri.

Friday 18.03.16:
09:00 – 10:00 h.
Chair: Stein Hevrøy
Hans Jacob Ohldieck (SSM, PhD, Associate Professor , UiB):
”The Neo-Baroque of Latin-American Literature and Deleuze’s Aesthetics”.
10:15 – 11:15 h.
Chair: Hans Jacob Ohldieck
Thorvald Sirnes (SSM, Dr.Polit., Associate Professor, SvT, UiB):
Asian Thought in Perniolas 20th Century Aesthetics and the Problems of late Modernity (continued!).
11:30 – 12:30 h.
Chair: Arild Utaker Stian S. Grøgaard (Dr. Philos., Professor of Art Theory, Oslo National Academy of the Arts): Painting in the Era of the Baroque.
Suzanne van der Borg:
Flusser and the Baroque.
Chair: Kristine Træland
Kristine Træland (SSM, Master of Philosophy):
Introductory Comments on the Notion of the Baroque within the Work of Perniola.
Mario Perniola (Professor, Tor Vergata, Rome):
Rembrandt’s Manière Noir.
Open time for:
Concluding Remarks.
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