Sounds like a great recent conference at McGill with TJ Demos, Rosalyn Deutsche and Martha Rosler – commentary and links from Derek Gregory.
Last weekend Media@McGill, in collaboration with DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art, hosted a screening and conference on representations of war and conflict in art and art history (I’m grateful to Max Ritts for drawing my attention to it). Here is the original summary:
Imaging War, Mediating Conflict: Recent Aesthetic Investigations addresses the politics, aesthetics and ethics of art and media practices relating to war from the 18th century until today, and assesses how such representations help to shape the experience of current conflicts, as well as their place in history.
There were two conference sessions (click on the title links for the abstracts). The first, on Media, war and the state in the long eighteenth century, featured:
What’s so Funny about Peace, Love, and Understanding? Satirizing Peace in Georgian Britain | Douglas Fordham, University of Virginia
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