20, 21 AND 22 OCTOBER, FROM 7 TO 9 pm
Venue: Meier Auditorium.
Seating: 160 places available.
Admission: Free admission.
With simultaneous translation
1. Participants must attend all three sessions (100%) to be eligible for the course certificate.
2. Students who do not arrive at the start of the session will have their places allocated to those waiting in the Auditorium in strict order of arrival.
Georges Didi-Huberman is a philosopher, art historian and essayist, and has been a lecturer in at the École des Hautes Études en Sciencies Socials in Paris since 1990. He studied at the French Academy in Rome, Villa I Tatti in Florence and the Warburg Institute in London, and has taught at universities around the world. His works mainly take the form of essays, usually focusing on the history and theory of images from an aesthetic and philosophical perspective. His published works include Ce que nous voyons, ce qui nous regarde (1997), L'Image survivante. Histoire de l'art et temps des fantômes selon Aby Warburg (2002), Images malgré tout (2004), Gestes d'air et de pierre. Corps, parole, souffle, image (2005), Ouvrir Venus. Nudité, rêve, cruanté (2005), Devant le temps (2006) and Ex-voto. Image, organe, temps (2006).