LECTURE – The fourth session of the season 20/21 of Hypotheses will take place on Wednesday January 13 at 5 p.m. on Zoom
Entitled “Enjeux institutionnels : Art and Climate Justice” this session will feature lectures by Anna Brunette (MA Art History, UQAM) “Vers une esthétique de l’urgence climatique : stratégies de mobilisation environnementale en art actuel” and Patricia Pérez Rabelo (MA Art History, Concordia) “(In)visible Networks: Wild Relatives and the Svalbard Global Seed Vault. The session is chaired by Geneviève Chevalier (Laval University)”.
Hypotheses is a bilingual lecture series by and for graduate students in the history of art, with the aim of stimulating and disseminating emerging research in the discipline. Each session provides a platform for two panelists for a conference of approximately 20 minutes each, followed by a period of questions and discussions mediated by a session chair.
Hypotheses hopes to spur debates beyond institutional markings, with the goal of providing a platform for discussion and reflection, while encouraging interactions between the academic world, the museum and the general public.
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