Veranstaltungen

Conference: Sketching prohibited! Military Interdictions of Drawing and Artistic Practice in Europe from Early Modern Times to the Twentieth Century

Program (PDF)

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Venue: Freie Universität Berlin, Kunsthistorisches Institut, Koserstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Hörsaal B (ground floor)

17:30 Welcome and Introduction

Ulrike Boskamp/Sebastian Fitzner

 

18:00 Keynote Lecture

Ulrike Gehring (Trier), Sketched Knowledge: Epistemic Procedures of Mapping

Landscape around 1650

 

Friday, November 6, 2015

Venue: Freie Universität Berlin, Kunsthistorisches Institut, Koserstr. 20, 14195 Berlin, Room A 163 (1st floor)

 

9.15 Opening

Ulrike Boskamp/Sebastian Fitzner

 

9.30 Valeria Manfrè (Madrid), „Copy and Paste“. The Reuse of Visual Culture in Early Modern Urban Cartography

 

10.30 Amrei Buchholz (Hamburg/Berlin), Tracing El Dorado. Maps of Secret

Territories: Between Imagination and (Topographic) Projection

 

11.30 Coffee Break

 

12.00 Djoeke van Netten (Amsterdam), Publication Prohibited! Secret Drawings in the Dutch East India Company in the 17th Century

 

13.00–14.00 Lunch Break

 

14.00 Pedro Luengo Gutiérrez (Sevilla), Just War and Transcultural Dialogue. Dutch and Spanish Fortifications in Southeast Asia in the 18th Century

 

15.00 Simon Paulus (Stuttgart), A „Friendly Rivalry“? Some Notes on Studying the Art of Fortification in Practice around 1700

 

16.00 Coffee Break

 

16.30 Sean Willcock (London), Image-Making and Imperial Intervention in Nineteenth-Century South Asia

 

17.30 Ulrike Boskamp (Berlin), Mnemotechnics and the Trickery of Spies. Special Artists’ Strategies on the Frontlines of the Franco-Prussian War

 

18.30–19.00 Concluding Remarks and Final Discussion

 

The conference is generously supported by Fritz Thyssen Stiftung and Ernst-Reuter-Gesellschaft.

Registration is recommended but not required.

Concept and contact:

Ulrike Boskamp, DFG-Research Group 1703 „Transcultural Negotiations in the Ambits of Art“: ulrike.boskamp[at]fu-berlin.de

Sebastian Fitzner, Juniorprofessor für Architekturgeschichte und Architekturtheorie der Frühen Neuzeit in Europa und Amerika: sebastian.fitzner[at]fu-berlin.de

 

 

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