#CTB13: Conference Schedule

Crossing the Boundaries XXI: DIS/PLACE
April 26-27, 2013

Art History Graduate Student Union Annual Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference Binghamton University

Keynote Speakers:

Ariella Azoulay, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Modern Culture and Media, Brown University

Julia Walker, Assistant Professor, Art History, Binghamton University

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(All panels located in the University Art Museum)

11:00 – 12:00   Undergraduate Panel
Moderator: Katerina Acuna
The Naturally Lit Cube: Dia:Beacon’s Natural Light and Perceptual Experience
Alex Feim

Openings and Closures, Doorways to Expression in State Mediated China. Zhang Dali’s Dialogue
Eric Wuu

The Necessity of Thought: Thomas Hirschhorn’s Bataille Monument
Rachel Rapp

12:00 – 12:30   LUNCH   (Rosefsky Corridor)

12:30 – 1:45   Performance & Performative Spaces
Moderator: Josh Franco

Persepolis 2530: Viewing the Modern Ruins at Persepolis
Maria Salva, Binghamton University

Imagibility and Communicability in Archigram’s City Projects
Joo Yun Lee, Stony Brook University

Recontextualizing the Atomic Southwest
Deanna Sheward, New York University

The Aesthetics of Indifference: Andy Warhol’s 1967 Utah ‘Hoax’ as Performance and Self-Portraiture
Scotti Hill, University of Utah

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM Media/Text/Countermedia
Moderator: Yuri Chang

Indigenizing Photography: The Conceptions of Zhaoxiang and Sheying in the Late Qing China (1870-1911)
Dengyan Zhou, Binghamton University

Always There but Never Heard: Border People, Turkey-Syria Conflict and their Representations in Media
Sule Can, Binghamton University

Cadillac Ranch: Monument, Media, Mobility
Patrick Maguire, University of Utah

After the Flood: The Life and Archival Death of a 1960s Counter-Culture Organization
Wylie Schwartz, Binghamton University

3:30 – 5:15  A Conversation Between John Tagg and Ariella Azoulay

5:30 – 7:00 Faculty Keynote (Located FA 258)
Allegory/Archipelago: Crossing Berlin’s Boundaries
Dr. Julia Walker, Binghamton University

7:00 – 9:00   DINNER
Location: Thai Time @ 96 Front St., Binghamton, NY


(All panels located in Rm. 258)

8:00     Registration & Breakfast (Rosefsky Corridor)

9:00   Opening Remarks

9:15 – 10:30   Museological Practice
Moderator: Jasmine Burns

Designing Utility: Material Culture and the Museum
Andrea Osgood, Binghamton University

Museums of Innocence and Shame: Moralizing Politics Out of History in Contemporary Turkey
Hande Sarikuzu, Binghamton University

At Home in the Museum: The H. O. Havemeyer Collection from Mansion to Metropolitan
Christine Olson, NYU

Michael Asher and the Displacements of a Work in Movement
Ionit Behar, School of Art Institute, Chicago

10:45 – 12:00   The Fragmented Body
Moderator: Angelique Szymanek

Intimacy at Work: Nan Goldin and Rineke Dijkstra
Alison Dean, Simon Fraser University

Cannibal Aesthetics: Cultural Appropriation in the Work of Marta María Pérez Bravo
Rebecca Maksym, University of Utah

The Living Specimen and ‘The Museum of Horrors’: Amputation, American Civil War Medicine & the U.S. Army Medical Museum
Naomi Slipp, Boston University

Between Spectacle and Invisibility: Transport, Confinement and Massacre at the Hôspital de la Salpêtrière
Alena Veller, Stony Brook University

12:00 – 12:45   LUNCH   (Rosefsky Corridor)

12:45– 2:00   In Ruins
Moderator: Melissa Fitzmaurice
Modern Expressionism: Street Art in Exarcheia after the 2008 Riots
Jenna Febrizio, Binghamton University

Desire Lines: The Nomadic Maps of Fernand Deligny
Seyma Bayram, Binghamton University

The Corporeal In Between
Ryan Conrath, University of Rochester

On the Edge: The Spaces of Pixação
Debora Faccion, Binghamton University

2:15– 3:15   Interior/Exterior
Moderator: Christopher Balsiger

Graffiti in the Mediated Realm: Criticality and Complicity in Flavor Paper’s “Brooklyn Bridge Wall” Wallpaper
Amanda Beardsley, Binghamton University

Towards an Archaeology of Decolonization
Rui Gomes Coelho, Binghamton University

Relocating Power and Bodies in the Uffizi
James Shoemaker, Binghamton University

3:30– 4:45  Archival Apparatuses
Moderator: Debora Faccion

Cultural Memory: The Pile as Archival Residue
Sophie Quick, University of Western Ontario

The Institution as Archive: Constructing Categories of Mental Illness
Steven Warech, Binghamton University

Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana: Knowledge, Power and the Archive
Justin Norman, Binghamton University

“We must inundate the Jewish Public with Slogans and Pictures”: In and Through the Jewish National Fund Archive
Rotem Rozental, Binghamton University

5:00 – 6:45   Keynote Address
Revolution: A Language Learnt in the Body and written in Pictures
Dr. Ariella Azoulay, Brown University

Location: 33 Fayette St. Apt. 3S, Binghamton, NY

We would like to thank our sponsors whose generous contributions have allowed CTB XXI to exist:
Harper Visiting Speakers Fund, Binghamton University Art History Department, Binghamton University Art Museum
Convocations Committee, Binghamton University Graduate Student Organization


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