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19/12/13

Лекция Михаила Ямпольского о Дмитрии Александровиче Пригове

The Transitory Mode. Prigov and Time - один из влиятельнейших культурологов, историк и теоретик искусства, профессор Нью-Йоркского Университета Михаил Ямпольский прочитает лекцию о Дмитрии Александровиче Пригове. Не пропустите!

Thu 09 January 2014 - 6.00pm Kenneth Clark Lecture Theatre, The Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 0RN

As some of Dmitry Prigov's texts belong to a special region of poetics that he himself defined as a ‘transitory mode’, instead of referentiality, such texts develop almost mystical relations to an ‘other world’ and should be read as gestures of transition from one universe to the other. The mode of transition and penetration introduces a special kind of temporality and gives a support for images and signs (paper) a new dimension of depth. Surfaces are literally transformed into media - deep spaces of mediation.  

Professor Mikhail Iampolski is Professor of Comparative Literature and Russian and Slavic Studies at New York University. He has previously taught at Harvard University, University of Lausanne, and at the Moscow State Institute of Cinema Arts. He has held the position of Getty Scholar at the J. Paul Getty Center for the History of Arts and the Humanities, and has won several awards for his work including the Andrej Bely Award for the best book in Humanities. Mikhail Iampolski undertook his Ph.D. at the Russian Academy of Pedagogical Sciences and his B.A. at the Moscow Pedagogical Institute.

The lecture will be followed by a reception.

 Ticket/Entry details: Open to all, free admission (no booking required).

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