Art and Attention: An Interdisciplinary Conference
We are pleased to announce that Art and Attention: An Interdisciplinary Conference will take place in person on April 8-9, 2022 at the University of Chicago.
The two-day conference brings together scholars across the humanistic disciplines to investigate the significance of attention in art and visual culture from historical and theoretical perspectives. The talks on Friday will be held in the Cochrane-Woods Art Center, Room 157 and the talks on Saturday at the Social Sciences Research Building, Room 122. Lunch will be provided on both days.
Lucy Alford (English, Wake Forest)
Lucia Allais (Architecture, Columbia)
Margareta Ingrid Christian (Germanic Studies, UChicago)
Michael Clune (English, Case Western)
James Conant (Philosophy, UChicago)
Whitney Davis (Art History, Berkeley)
Jaś Elsner (Classics, Oxford & Art History, UChicago)
Daniel Morgan (Cinema and Media Studies, UChicago)
Julia Mueller (Independent Scholar)
Richard Neer (Art History, UChicago)
Niall Atkinson, Pirachula Chulanon, Rory Hanlon, Katerina Korola, Sam Lee, Cooper Long, Andrei Pop, Sarah Pierce Taylor, Rosanna Warren, David Wellbery
Please see the attached poster for more information. Note that registration is REQUIRED and accessible on the conference website.