Lecture Hall of the PRO ARTE Foundation
The PRO ARTE Foundation
North-West Branch of the National Center for Contemporary Arts
with the support from
The St Petersburg Committee on Culture
Mikhail Prokhorov Foundation
MEMORY POST. BRACHA LICHTENBERG ETTINGER
On the 26th September 2013 at 12:00–19:00
PRO ARTE Foundation, Lecture Hall
St Petersburg, Peter and Paul Fortress
Victor Mazin (St. Petersburg). "Omega of the Industry".
Olesya Turkina (St. Petersburg). "Optics of Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger".
Ayten Yuran (St. Petersburg). "More About Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger".
Christine Buci-Glucksmann (France). "The Gaze of Medusa or the Stripping Bare of Painting".
Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger (Israel, France)."Humanizing Knowledge of the Translucence of the Thing in Art: Eros of Borderlinking and the Contemporary Uncanny".
Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger – one of the most influential contemporary artists, practicing psychoanalyst, author of plenty publications on ethics, aesthetics, psychoanalysis, schizoanalysis, initiator of the Matrixial Trans-subjectivity theory.
Christine Buci-Glucksmann – philosopher specializing in Aesthetics from the Baroque through M. Duchamp to contemporary art, Professor Emeritus of the University of Paris VIII.
Olesya Turkina – art historian, chief research associate of the Department of Contemporary Art of the Russian Museum (Russia), curator, art critic.
Ayten Yuran – philosopher, psychoanalyst, editor in chief of the Lacanalia Journal, instructor of the Eastern-Europe Institute of Psychoanalysis (St. Petersburg) and the International Institute of Depth Psychology (Kiev, Ukraine).
Victor Mazin – psychoanalyst, philosopher, editor in chief of the Kabinet Journal, founder of the Freud Dreams Museum, Professor Emeritus of the International Institute of Depth Psychology (Kiev, Ukraine).
To register for the Conference, please, call +7 812 233 0040, 233 0554.
The сonference is supported by the Consulate General of Israel in St Petersburg.
Activity Type :
Комитет по культуре Санкт-Петербурга
/ Michail Proxorov Fund
CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE TRADITIONAL MUSEUM