LANDSCAPE(S), THEN AND NOW : FORMS & DEFINITIONS (2) PAYSAGE(S) / DEPAYSAGE(S) (2)

 
Landscape(s) 2 2017-2

Optional workshops  Trastevere and Gianicolo, February 7-10

Plenary sessions  THE NORWEGIAN INSTITUTE IN ROME, February 9-10

Viale Trenta Aprile 33

Organization  Frank Claustrat & Françoise Pellicer for Center of Interdisciplinary Research in Human and Social Sciences C.R.I.S.E.S (E.A 4424), PAUL-VALERY MONTPELLIER 3 UNIVERSITY (FRANCE), in partnership with UiO UNIVERSITETET i OSLO (NORWAY) : THE NORWEGIAN INSTITUTE IN ROME, FACULTY OF HUMANITIES

Contact frank.claustrat@univ-montp3.fr

LANDSCAPE(S), THEN AND NOW : FORMS & DEFINITIONS (2)

PAYSAGE(S) / DEPAYSAGE(S) (2)

 

2017 – INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH

 

The seminar is part of the three axes proposed by the research center C.R.I.S.E.S. (Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 University, France), within the topic 2 (Imperium : The Factory of the territories), in the framework of the programme 1 (Po.te.re : Powers, Territories, Representations), field 3 (The Workshop of the landscape, directed by Françoise Pellicer and Frank Claustrat). The term of « workshop » indicates a constructive and innovative will : to analyze the development processes of the image representing nature under all its aspects by confronting them with all the possible sources, from archeological discoveries up to the newest technologies. This programme thus fits in the long time on the influence of the currents of thought on the perception of nature. The goal of the seminar in Rome is also to widen research with international institutions and experts from Europe (France, Norway, Italy, Finland) and The United States of America. The seminar itself leaves room for complementary optional workshops in situ, located on the Gianicolo and in Trastevere – near the Norwegian Institute -, allowing thus to discover exceptional sites in connection with landscape among which many gardens (Villa Lante, Villa Farnesina, Villa Aurelia, Galleria Corsini, and Orto Botanico di Roma).

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PROGRAMME

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7

– 15-17.30 Workshop in situ 1 : Panorama and urban landscapes from Gianicolo to Trastevere sights, introduced by Valentina Vacca (PhD in Contemporary art history. Università deli studi della Tuscia, Viterbo).

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8

– 9. Workshop in situ 2 : Villa Lante (Institutum Romanum Finlandiæ / The Finnish Institute in Rome), introduced by Simo Örmä (Intendant and Librarian).

– 11. Workshop in situ 3 : Villa Farnesina, introduced by Dott.ssa Virginia Lapenta (Conservatore Villa Farnesina, Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei).

– 15. Workshop in situ 4 : Villa Aurelia (The American Academy in Rome), introduced by Kimberly Bowes (Director) and Tina Cancemi (External Affairs Officer).

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9

Plenary sessions at The Norwegian Institute in Rome :

– 9.30 Introductory lectures and methodology, Christopher Prescott, Frank Claustrat, and Françoise Pellicer.

Session 1 Forms of landscape, North/South

– 10. Interpreting Bronze Age landscapes in Norway – from national primordialism to human ecology, Christopher Prescott (Director of the Norwegian Institute in Rome and Professor in Archæology, Universitetet i Oslo).

– 11. Various landscapes in the works of Hans Gude (1825-1903), Ernst Frode Haverkamp (Mag. Art, University of Oslo ; Diploma in the History of Art, University of Oxford).

– 11.30 L’invention française du paysage nordique moderne : Les artistes scandinaves sur la scène internationale avant et après 1900, Frank Claustrat (Associate Professor of the History of Contemporary art, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3).

Session 2 Definitions of landscape, Europe/The United States of America

– 14.30 Entre Pays-Bas et montagnes nordiques : Allaert Van Everdingen (1621-1675) et le paysage recomposé, Françoise Pellicer (Associate Professor of the History of Modern art, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3).

– 15. Commedia dell’arte and Market in Landscape Paintings in the 17th-century, Natalia Gozzano (Docente di storia dell’arte, Accademia nazionale di danza, Roma).

– 16. « Paysages » de corps humains dans les années 1930 : La vision panoptique de Busby Berkeley dans la comédie musicale hollywoodienne, Patrizia Veroli (Independent Dance Historian, Roma).

– 16.30 Northern landscapes as contested spaces : The photographic art of Bente Geving and Merja Helander, Sigrid Lien (Professor, Art history, University of Bergen).

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10

Session 3 Landscape(s) on the edge of culture and the arts

– 10. Round table discussion.

– 11.30 Conclusion : The Workshop of the landscape 2018, Frank Claustrat and Françoise Pellicer.

– 14. Workshop in situ 5 : Galleria Corsini and Orto Botanico di Roma (Sapienza. Università di Roma).

Illustration libre d’usage (pixabay.com/fr/sand-blanc-scénique-paysage-ciel-1927919/)

 

 

 

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