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John Rajchman - What is a Creative Act? Shiraga Kazuo and Lygia Pape in a Global Context
John Rajchman - What is a Creative Act? Shiraga Kazuo and Lygia Pape in a Global Context
Fotocredits: Lygia Pape. Divisor (Divider). 1968-2013. Performance of a Street Performance, Central Hong Kong. Courtesy of The Lab.
 
John Rajchman, Professor, Department of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University, works in the areas of art history, architecture, and continental philosophy. Author of Michel Foucault: The Freedom of Philosophy (1985), Constructions (Writing Architecture) (1998), The Deleuze Connections (2000), Rendre la terre légère (2005), French Philosophy Since 1945: Problems, Concepts, Inventions (2011, editor with Etienne Balibar). He is a Contributing Editor for Artforum and is on the board of Critical Space.

Sponsored by the Kunsthistorisches Gesellschaft and Noit Banai, Professor of Contemporary Art, Universität Wien.

Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Universität Wien
Universitätscampus Hof 9 (AAKH), building 9.2, S.R. 1
Enter Hof: corner of Garnisongasse and Beethovengasse
 
 
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