Past Events

IN THIS SECTION THE LIST OF PAST ART-EVENTS SUCH AS TALKS AND WORKSHOPS IS PUBLISHED

  1. R. Shusterman, Winckelman on Taste. 09.3.2018

  2. M. Carrasco, Aesthetics and the Language of Art Criticism. 17.4.2018

  3. Christoph Wulf, Mimesis and Imagination between Aesthetics and Anthropology. 15.5.2018

  4. A. Voltolini, L. Wiesing, R. Nino-Mion, F. Vercellone, Aesthetics and Phenomenology (LLC-ART Workshop). 07.6.2018

  5. Robert T. Valgenti, Improvisation and Interpretation, 02.7.2018

  6. Patrick Grüneberg, What makes a successful image? Considering a heterarchy of final purposes. 06.9.2018

  7. Dominique McIver Lopes, Being for Beauty. Workshop with G. Bertram, A. Voltolini, M. Benenti, P. Furia, G. Tenti, C. Barbero. 08.10.2018

  8. Elvira Di Bona, A Comparison between Musical and Ordinary Auditory Experience. 17.10.2018.

  9. Giovanni Matteucci, The aesthetic dimension: mind, world, or experience?. 14.11.2018

  10. Federico Ferraguto, Analogies. Art, language and Philosophy in Fichte and Schelling. 26.11.2018

  11. David Davies, Artistic value(s) and the value of art: a non-aestheticist account of artistic value. 03.12.2018

  12. ART/LLC Workshop: Belief and Imagination: Turin, 04.12.2018

  13. Pier Giuseppe Monateri, Il sublime Politico. 17.12.2018

  14. Double talk, 14.1.2019

    1. Giorgia Cecchinato: The duty to agree and the necessity to disagree. On Kant’s concept of sensus communis in the “Critique of Aesthetic Judgment”.

    2. Walter R. Menon Jr.: The artworld or the primacy of fiction.

  15. Nicola Perullo, From touch to haptic: the experience of authenticity. 19.2.2019

  16. Lisa Giombini, Too Good to be True. Music, plagiarism and the ‘Hatto Scandal’. 25.2.2019

  17. Emanuele Arielli, "Acting in" and the boundary between image and object. 18.3.2019

  18. Adam Andrzejewski, Aesthetic Eating and Authenticity. 25.3.2019

  19. Jürgen Trabant, Trasporto. La metafora come origine della conoscenza in Giambattista Vico. 2.4.2019.

  20. Jean Petitot, Il principio geometrico di non-genericità nella composizione pittorica. 29.4.2019.

  21. Richard Shusterman, Aesthetic Experience and the Powers of Possessions. 13.5.2019 22.

  22. Viviana Patti, ArsEmotica: Emotions Evoked by Art in Online Collections. 27.5.2019.

  23. Lydia Goehr, Painting in Waiting. Prelude to a Critical Philosophy of History and Art. 3.6.2019 (ART-Labont Seminar).

  24. Pedro Medina, Culture Project: Artistic Status, Authorship and Materialization. 19.6.2019.

  25. Francisca Perez Carreño (Universidad de Murcia): The aesthetic use of imagination in artistic interpretation. 16.9.2019

  26. Elisa Caldarola (Università di Padova): When The Museum Is The Artwork. 24.10.2019

  27. November, 20. 2019: Presentazione del libro di Salvatore Tedesco: Fuoco Pallido. W.G. Sebald: L'arte della trasformazione (Meltemi), con Elena Agazzi (Università di Bergamo) e Federico Vercellone (Università di Torino)

  28. December, 17.2019: Thiago Santoro (Universidade Federal de Goiàs): Aesthetic Phenomenology of Jazz as Audiotactile Music

  29. January, 8. 2020: Francesco Valagussa (Università San Raffaele, Milano): Hegel e il tramonto dell'idea di imitazione. Room 18, Palazzo Nuovo

  30. January, 10. 2020: Francesca Ferrando (New York University): Philosophical Post-Humanism. Circolo dei Lettori

  31. January, 13. 2020: Adam Andrzejewski (Uniwersytet Warszawski): Palazzo Venturi, Sala Lauree, Via Verdi 25: Improvisation and Everyday Aesthetics

  32. January, 14 2020: Adam Andrzejewski (Uniwersytet Warszawski): Room 6 Palazzo Nuovo: The Ontology of Atmospheres

  33. January, 15. 2020 h 16: Gianfranco Soldati (Université de Fribourg): room 18 Palazzo Nuovo: Apparenze e illusioni

  34. January, 17. 2020: PIC Students' Workshop on Aesthetic Authenticity: Leonardo Pietropaolo, Alessandra Lanivi, Francesco Roletti. Discussant: Adam Andrzejewski (Uniwersytet Warszawski), Aula Guzzo, Via po 18, h 10-16.

  35. January 22. 2020, h 16 Giovanni Matteucci (Università di Bologna), room 18 Palazzo Nuovo: La percezione estetica come prassi della mente estesa

  36. January 31. 2020 h 18 January 21. 2020 h 17, In the Making. Artisti e filosofi a confronto su scienza e tecnologia: Elio Franzini (Università di Milano) - Gilberto Zorio (artista di fama internazionale): Fondazione Luigi Firpo.

  37. February, 7. 2020: Tonino Griffero (Università di Roma Tor Vergata): Presentation of Places, Affordances, Atmospheres. A Pathic Aesthetics. With, Carlo Brosio (Centro Torinese di Psicanalisi), Claudio Arnetoli (Centro Torinese di Psicanalisi), Alessandro Bertinetto (Università di Torino), Federico Vercellone (Università di Torino).

  38. February, 14. 2020: Rossano Pecoraro (Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro): Identity and Revolt Aesthetics (and Politics) in Twentieth Century Latin American Philosophy

  39. May, 6. 2020: Emmanuel Alloa (Université de Fribourg, Switzerland): "Il tempo spazializzato. Sul concetto di Time Axis Manipulation": CLICK HERE FOR THE RECORDED TALK.

  40. May, 13.2020: Guido Zuliani (Cooper Union, NY): One Life. But we are not the same. Observations on the architectural oeuvre of John Hejduk: CLICK HERE FOR THE RECORDED TALK

  41. May, 20. 2020: Santiago Zabala (ICREA/Pompeu Fabra University): "Emergency Aesthetics: Art, Philosophy, and Hermeneutics". CLICK HERE FOR THE RECORDED TALK

  42. June, 3. 2020: Daniel Martin Feige (Stuttgart, Hochschule für Gestaltung): "Art and Design as Forms of the Aesthetic.". CLICK HERE FOR THE RECORDED TALK.

  43. June, 10. 2020: Vittorio Gallese (Università di Parma): "Habits, social practice and symbol-making. A just-so story." CLICK HERE FOR THE RECORDED TALK.

  44. June, 17. 2020: Jean-Jacques Wunenburger (Université Jean Moulin Lyon3): "Vers une esthétique post-artistique ?" CLICK HERE FOR THE RECORDED TALK.

  45. June, 30. 2020: Anglo German Picture Group Webinar 2020: Emmanuel ALLOA (Fribourg): Jasper’s Dilemma; John KULVICKI (Dartmouth): Depicting Properties’ Properties

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  1. October, 14. 2020: Serena Feloj (Università di Pavia): Aesthetic Normativity: a Regulative Model :--In cooperation with the Spanish research projects: Aesthetic experience of the arts and the complexity of perception (FFI2015-64271-P) & Normative Aspects of Aesthetic Appreciation (PID2019-106351GB-I00) -

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  1. October, 28. 2020: Tullio Viola (Max-Weber-Kolleg, Erfurt): Edgar Wind on Symbols and Memory. Pragmatist Variations on a Warburgian Theme

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  1. November, 11. 2020: Stefano Marino (Università di Bologna): Improvisation in Pop-Rock Music

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  1. November, 25. 2020, 4 Maria José Alcaraz Leon (Universidad de Murcia): Imagining in Fiction beyond Make-believe

  2. December, 9. 2020: Adam Andrzejewski / Marta Zaręba (University of Warsaw):

In cooperation with the Spanish research projects: Aesthetic experience of the arts and the complexity of perception (FFI2015-64271-P) & Normative Aspects of Aesthetic Appreciation (PID2019-106351GB-I00)

Aesthetic reasons: what they are not and what they might be

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  1. December, 16. 2020: Mario Kumekawa (Keio University,): Goethe’s Theory of Colors and Traditional Japanese Dye

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  1. January, 13. 2021: Jakub Stejskal (University of Basel), What Is an Image Format?

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  1. January, 27. 2021: Marta Benenti (University of Turin) Music, emotions, and secondary meaning

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  1. February, 10. 2021: Enrico Terrone (University of Genova - FINO) The Appreciation Game. A Monist Ontology of Works of Art

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  1. February, 24. 2021: Ludovic Duhem (École Supérieur d'Art et de Design d'Orléans, École Supérieure d'art et de Design de Valenciennes, ENSCI) Phytoculture. A philosophical fiction about techno-aesthetics in the plant world

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  1. March, 17. 2021, Mauro Carbone (Université “Jean Moulin” Lyon 3) We’ll Show You (Who We Are): Screens and us after one year of Pandemic (Discussant: Juan Carlos De Martin; Turin, Politecnico)

  2. March, 24. 2021: Georg Bertram (Freie Universität Berlin): Rethinking Hegel's Modern Conception of Art

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  1. March, 31. 2021: Andy Hamilton (University of Durham): The Canon and the Test of Time: defending subjective universality in aesthetics

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  1. April, 7. 2021: Pier Alberto Porceddu Cilione (University of Verona): The Musical Dynamic of Meaning

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