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Object-Excavation-Intervention: Dialogues between Sculpture and Archaeology

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Dan Hicks <[log in to unmask]>

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Dan Hicks <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 16 Apr 2004 10:30:06 +0100

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Object-Excavation-Intervention
Dialogues between Sculpture and Archaeology

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
3, 4 and 5 June 2004
further information from: Liz Aston - [log in to unmask]

This three day international conference is dedicated to the intellectual,
historical and methodological crossovers between sculpture and
archaeology, from prehistory to the present. It looks at the myths and
metaphors of archaeology and their sculptural currency, the archaeological
and sculptural status of the fragment, at the philosophy of place and
questions of site-specificity, at the political appropriation of
archaeology by sculptors and writers, and at the notion of the artist as
archaeologist. It brings together archaeologists, art historians and
sculptors and is chaired by Dana Arnold (Southampton University), Barbara
Bender (UCL), Thomas Dowson (Manchester University), Anne Wagner
(Berkeley, USA) and Jon Wood (Henry Moore Institute).

£30 (£15 concessions) Contact Liz Aston, tel: 0113 246 7467. email
[log in to unmask]

Jonathan Black (UCL)
The Illusion of Permanence: Archaeology, Imperialism and British Public
Sculpture Between the World Wars

Fred Bohrer (Hood College, Washington)
Archaeology, Photography, Sculpture: Correspondence and Mediation

Stephanie Brown (Newcastle University)
G. F. Watts & Pheidias: Archaeology and Absence

Simon Callery (Artist)
Segsbury Project: Art from Excavation

Nicholas Cullinan (Courtauld Institute)
The Archaeology of Knowledge: Excavating Arte Povera

Lynne Cooke (Dia Center, New York)
Heizer and Smithson

Mark Dion (Artist)
Recent archaeological projects

Thomas Dowson (Manchester University)
Myths of Modernity: Caves, sculpture and the origins of art

Eugene Dwyer (Kenyon College, Gambier, USA)
Archaeology and Sculpture at Pompeii after 1850

Christopher Evans (Cambridge University)
Model Excavations/Tactile Communication

Margaret Garlake (Courtauld Institute)
Classical and pop in African sculpture

Talinn Grigor (MIT)
From Site to Museum: Politics of Digs, Displays of Race, & the Shape
of ‘Anxious’ Modernity in the 1930s Iran

Cornelius Holtorf (Swedish National Heritage Board, Stockholm)
Below the surface

Andrew Jones (Southampton University)
Biographies in Stone: place, memory and the prehistory of sculpture

Sian Jones (Manchester University)
Fragments from the margins: Hilton of Cadboll and the construction of
place and identity

Claudine Mitchell (Leeds University)
L’Antique and the modernity of Sculpture

Fred Orton (Leeds University)
The Bewcastle Monument: A Place Where Castles Stood and Grandeur Died
(Shepherd¹s Thoughts)

Sven Ouzman (UC Berkeley, USA and National Museum, South Africa)
Alchemical Surfaces: Excavation and sculpture as arts of revelation and
concealment

Will Rea (Leeds University)
Site specificity, fieldwork performances and post-processual metaphors:
sculpture as archaeology and archaeology as sculpture

Helen Rees-Leahy (Manchester University)
“Fix'd statue on the pedestal of Scorn”:  The politics and poetics of
displaying the Parthenon Marbles

Fay Stevens (University College, London)
Memory made visible: sculpture, archaeology and mentalities of landscape

Frances Stracey (University College, London)
Excavating the Present or the Artist as Anti-Modern Caveman

Julian Thomas (Manchester University)
Freud's Archaeological Metaphor and Archaeology's Self-Understanding

Flora Vilches (University of Maryland)
Mirrored Practices: Robert Smithson and Archaeological Fieldwork

Robert Wallis (American International University)
Shimmering Steel / Standing Stones: Reflections on the Intervention
of ‘Turning the World Inside Out’ (Anish Kapoor 1996CE) at the Rollright
Stones (Stone Circle c2500-2000 BCE)

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