In 1977, Rosalind Krauss and Susan Sontag bring about a revolution by their writings on photography.
A day with searchers & artists to think together about this crucial moment, about theory of art and photography.
9am : Shuttle / Departure from Paris - Place de la Bastille
9.45 : Nathalie Giraudeau & Fabienne Dumont : Welcoming & general presentation of the day
10.10 : Fabienne Dumont, Year 1977 for french feminists, from Susan Sontag to artworks of feminine artists
10.45 : Katia Schneller, Photographic theories of Rosalind Krauss in late 70's & early 80's : creation & influence
11.30 : Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Two Women ; Two Critics : Two Views of Photography
12.15 : Debate
12.40 : Visit of the exhibition SoixanteDixSept Experiment with curators Audrey Illouz & Rémi Parcollet
1pm : Lunch time & departure to the Parc culturel de Rentilly - Michel Chartier
2.30pm : Gaëtan Thomas, Theoretical girls and vibrant activists
3pm : Marcelline Delbecq, About Susan Sontag (« A Writer, I think, is someone who pays attention to the world »)
3.30pm : Aurélie Pétrel & Marina Gadonneix debate with Audrey Illouz & Rémi Parcollet, Situation de l’image
4pm : Debate & conclusion
4.45pm : Visit of the exhibitions at the Parc culturel de Rentilly - Michel Chartier
6pm : Shuttle / Return to Paris - Place de la Bastille
10am to 6pm
Free entrance on registration - firstname.lastname@example.org
A free shuttle will circulate between the two places of the symposium, and will depart from & return to Paris - Place de la Bastille.